This week, we clue you in on how we tested 4G phone speeds across all the major networks, multiple cities, and a dozen cites per city. Also, an early peek at the results of our testing of PC cleanup utilities, and a discussion about why Cisco killed the Flip.
It's time to put the "app" in "Ap(p)ril Fools' Day." Can you tell which of these mobile apps are real and which ones are imaginary? It might be harder than you think.
The opening sequence of the film "Limitless" is a mind-bending continuous zoom through New York, the human brain, and the skies over Manhattan. Here's how the film's crew created the magic.
Just in case you were going to buy a tablet for its camera, we put three of the main competitors through our image and video tests. Here's how they stack up.
We took the exact same photo with the iPad 2, the Motorola Xoom, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and three other devices. Can you tell which of these sample images was shot with which piece of technology?
Will the 3D footage from your Sony camcorder play on your Panasonic 3D TV? Should you wait for glasses-free 3D? We did some experimenting to find the answers to these and other 3D mysteries.
The interchangeable-lens Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 puts an innovative spin on touchscreen controls for advanced focusing tricks, and turns in the best video capabilities we've seen to date out of a still camera.
The vacation-friendly EX-H20G has a 10x optical zoom lens, outstanding GPS features, and in-camera mapping. It's flat-out fun to use, but it lacks manual controls and low-light chops.
Options abound if you’re looking for a new camera in 2011. Here are the new announcements we’re most excited about in the realms of ultracompact cameras, premium point-and-shoots, pocket megazooms, rugged cameras, DSLRs, and everything in between.
Nikon adds eight new cameras to its 2011 lineup, including the high-end Coolpix P300, the 38X-optical zoom Coolpix P500, and the 18X pocket megazoom S9100.