Robert S. AnthonyContributor, PCWorld

Robert S. Anthony is a New York-based technology journalist. He writes a tech blog called The Paper PC.

Sensia: Internet Radio Gets Colorful New Face

PURE's Sensia Internet radio uses a large color touchscreen to improve ease of use and access sites like Facebook and Twitter.


Casio G’zOne Rock: Rugged and Competent

The sturdy Casio G'zOne Rock phone will appeal to outdoors types, but anyone looking for advanced multimedia capabilities might be disappointed.


Need Fast Web Access? Try Chromium OS on a Stick

Keep a USB key with Chromium OS with you for near-instant access to the Internet from anywhere.

Seagate Goes Solid State with Pulsar Drive

New drive, Seagate's first SSD, is designed for enterprise-level server applications.

SportsTap Hits the Mark

This easy-to-use sports information portal has a great user interface, but it could stand to have a few more additional features.


CES 2010 Preview: Gloom, But Not Doom

The new frugality takes hold, but consumers still want electronics.

Motorola Droid: A Visual Tour

At long last, the much-anticipated Motorola Droid is storming Verizon stores across the nation. Before you go out and buy one, check out the good and the bad about this exciting smartphone.

HTC Droid Eris (Verizon)

If you can live without a hardware keyboard, the HTC Droid Eris is an affordable and feature-packed alternative to the Motorola Droid.


Google Maps Navigation: Free and Easy

Analysis: Google's new turn-by-turn GPS for Droid holds its own on the maps, and beats the price of the iPhone's offerings.


Motorola Droid: Impressive Features, Gorgeous Hardware

The first Android 2.0 phone impresses with a strong suite of Web features and a stunning 3.7-inch display, but some users might have trouble with the shallow keyboard.


First Look: Verizon Droid with Google Maps GPS

Motorola and Verizon take the wraps of the Droid -- an Android 2.0 phone that packs impressive features including Google's turn-by-turn GPS service.


Jitterbug J (GreatCall)

The Jitterbug J keeps it simple for seniors with large buttons, easy-to-read text, and some helpful services.


Volkswagen Revs Up a New Sales Engine: Your iPhone

The road to your next car runs right through the nearest iPhone--at least Volkswagen is banking that it does.


RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 (T-Mobile) Smartphone

Though it lacks high speed 3G support, the Curve 8520 is a solid messaging and multimedia device.


Snow Leopard Purring on a PC? New Application Promises Cross-Platform Breakthrough

Hackintoshes for everyone? Psystar's Rebel EFI lets you easily install Mac OS X onto any PC.