RIM's design-out of Wi-Fi dooms the BlackBerry Storm in the same way that lacking essentials have buried the iPhone 3G and Wii -- not at all.
With its strong messaging and connectivity features, the Storm is unmistakably a BlackBerry. But it's carried to a new level of usability by a touchscreen display.
AMD's faster, cooler, less expensive Shanghai 45nm server CPU maximizes 2P rack server value when IT needs it most.
If the unibody MacBook Pro were a car, it would be an eight-cylinder, hybrid, luxury SUV with full body armor.
Microsoft's new OS is being shaped by data phoned home from users' PCs.
T-Mobile G1, though missing some key business features, is a phone that professionals, consumers, and developers will love.
Articles by Tom Yager