While these creative visions of future technology may have missed the mark, they've become an art form of their own.
Business doesn't have to be boring. These simple tricks can turn plain-vanilla content into alluring, evocative communication.
External box bridges gap between network-connected devices and hard drives.
The Jabra Cruiser delivers hands-free calls and music over your car's stereo with minimal hassle.
Several free Web services allow you to compile and manage your medical records, but it will be a while before they catch on in doctor’s offices.
Web-based apps and robust collaboration tools in Microsoft's new Office suite give users good reasons to upgrade.
When you're on the road, the last thing you want is to be offline and out of juice. Here's how to keep your laptop and smartphone charged and connected from wherever you are.
AT&T's new femtocell uses your broadband service to turn cell phone calls into VoIP calls. However, it wasn't quite as reliable as we had hoped.
New office suite bolsters features, but offers little incentive for users of competing suites to switch.
Knowing how, when, and when not to deduct your technology expenses is key to minimizing your taxes while avoiding inquisitive IRS auditors.
Next-generation e-book readers will be able to handle types of content that today’s models just can’t. Look for the first ones later this year.
Intuit TurboTax, H&R Block at Home (formerly TaxCut), and Second Story Software's TaxAct all offer solid Web-based tax-prep services, with the pricing and the hand-holding options being the main differentiators.
Nero says the improved data-protection technology should increase the chances of recovering content from damaged CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.
The announcements made at CeBIT include next-generation powerline and advanced multimedia-optimized Wi-Fi products.