iKeyboard is a $35 device that attaches to your iPad's screen to provide a touch keyboard feel without needing a Bluetooth connection.
What's drawing Eye-Fi's ire is the fact that the SDA has announced a spec called iSDIO that seems mighty similar to the wireless technology synonymous with the Eye-Fi brand name.
The Eastman Kodak Company bankruptcy filing highlights a struggle to keep up with a world where smartphones are more handy than point-and-shoot cameras.
Your new PC most likely came with a whole bunch of preinstalled apps and utilities you'll never use. Here's how to get rid of them.
The Lumia 900 beautifully showcases the Windows Phone 7 OS with its 4.3" OLED screen. It features a 1-megapixel front-facing camera and a 8-megapixel rear camera, and will be available on AT&T’s growing LTE network.
Here is a collection of the the best of CES: The products, the themes, and some quirky meditations.
We didn't let massive monorail lines, overly slick PR pitches, gigantic crowds, and lack of sleep prevent us from pinpointing some the worst of CES 2012. In fact, it was pretty easy. Here's what we hated about this year's tech Lollapalooza.
Sony's 55-Inch Crystal LED HDTV has a picture that amazed us. Unlike standard LCD televisions that use LEDs as backlighting, the Crystal LED display uses tiny LED lights and was one of our favorite TVs at CES 2012. Unfortunately, it currently is a prototype.
With a 10-finger capacitive touchscreen, built-in Blu-ray player, and innovative flexible base, Lenovo's IdeaCentre A720 was the best all-in-one desktop we saw at CES 2012.
Our favorite laptop at CES 2012: Vizio's 14-Inch Ultralight Prototype. It's not due out till May, so some of the specs are TBD, but its unibody aluminum design, 1600x900 screen and light weight have impressed us.
CES 2012 was full of fantastic hardware, but don't forget about the software; check out our sneak peek at the Xbox 360 version of the post-apocalyptic downloadable game I Am Alive. It's one of the best games we saw at CES 2012.
PCWorld's Tim Moynihan took a look at smart irrigation systems from Toro that can save money and water. Then he checked out Blu Homes, an innovative web-based 3D service that lets you design your home in 3D, see a virtual walkthrough, and then have it delivered and assembled on your plot of land.