Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
HP's solid ultraportable laptop offers exceptional toughness and some nice design flourishes.
The Bold gains a touchscreen, loses a few millimeters, and rocks an HD camcorder, but these features aren't enough to sway Android and iPhone owners--especially at such a high price.
The pricey BlackBerry Bold 9900 has a high quality feel and NFC support.
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 improves on where the original Torch left off, but in specs it remains far behind the competition.
BlackBerry 7 OS adds much-needed performance boosts and cool features such as NFC and augmented reality, but RIM is mostly playing catch-up with this release.
New voice commands and the ability to turn an iPhone into a dictation tool highlight the latest version of Nuance's speech-recognition software.
The Photon impresses with a cool design and some nifty accessories, but photographers will dislike its camera.
The ThinkPad Edge E420 won't win any performance awards, but it's a pleasure to use, reasonably portable, and affordably priced.
The Lenovo Essential line is supposed to be a budget line, and the G570 performs that way, but the price point is much too high.
The XPRT has the features and keyboard to please any business or IT professional, but the small display will turn off multimedia junkies.
The Thrive from Toshiba is the first tablet to fully harness the interoperable power of Android, but it falls short in some key design points.
Cisco aims to transform how you work and collaborate with its new tablet, the Cius.
HP promised easy printing with the HP TouchPad. We put the tablet through our tests to see how it handles output.