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Review: Asus VivoTab Smart offers full Windows 8 OS in hybrid tablet form

This slim tablet has slim accessories to match. Its full Windows OS is nice, but it is a tablet, so don't expect PC-level performance.

How to become a LinkedIn power user in five easy steps

Use our guide to squeeze maximum value from the career networking service.

Review: HP Spectre XT TouchSmart is a sweet-looking, underpowered laptop in an Ultrabook’s clothing

The brushed-aluminum look screams Ultrabook, and the bigger display is a nice bonus. But the weight, performance, and battery life make it better suited for living-room laptop duty.

Getting Started with SkyDrive and Windows Phone 8

How to get the most from Microsoft's cloud storage service

Review: Girls Like Robots is a charming, challenging puzzler with a quirky storyline

Girls Like Robots is just about everything you want in a puzzle game: it’s refreshing, quirky, cheerful, and challenging.

Review: Moshi’s VersaCover Origami for iPad mini is versatile and elegant

This ultra-slim case is great for people who want protection without the bulk.

Review: Xhibt Inspiria book-style iPad mini case is pretty, yet flawed

Why does an $80 case not have a camera hole?

Samsung Chromebook 3: Cheaper, more productive alternative to a tablet

This Chromebook is perfect for someone who wants a lightweight, portable tablet-like machine that has a keyboard.

Digital Storm x17: It's a more portable gaming option

Digital Storm's x17 is a good gaming machine, that's lighter than most desktop replacements, but it delivers less performance as well as fewer ounces. If you can plump your budget by $200, you can grab something like an Alienware M17x R4, which is more powerful, but costs $1974.

A brief history of pi

In honor of Pi Day, we bring you a brief history of everyone's favorite irrational constant.

Automatic parking and other cool tech on the Ford Escape Titanium

The Ford Escape Titanium is a new compact SUV that carries a lot of tech along with your cargo, including automated parallel parking.

Are autos the new smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2013?

Mobile developers and automakers alike are interested in creating some sort of smartphone/car union that doesn't get people killed.

Voyager car smartphone looks to make driving and dialing safe

Built by Accel, the Voyager is more like a small, mounted GPS device that also runs apps and makes phone calls.