Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
With an amazing battery life, lots of raw computing power, and a supertough case, the Dell Latitude E6420 ATG will appeal to business users who can afford to pay top dollar for a high-performance laptop.
With its impressive battery life and tough construction, the Dell Latitude E5420 is ready for whatever rough-and-tumble situations a business traveler may put it in, but it isn't cheap or lightweight.
HP’s latest EliteBook 8460p won’t win any awards for looks, but it does come with a good display and keyboard for road warriors.
The sleek ThinkPad X1 isn’t really competition for the Macbook Air, it’s for business road warriors who like to travel light.
These laptops can do it all and are a great choice for most notebook users.
With a few software and hardware tweaks and an appealing price, Samsung’s Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Tab should appeal to anyone who wants a 7-inch Android tablet with no pesky service contracts attached.
Sony will take its first step into the tablet market later this year when it launches two devices. Prototypes of the two tablets were previewed at a Tokyo news...
These high-flying portables--none more than 4 pounds--leave their bulkier brethren behind.
A versatile size and 3D video capture add to this tablet's appeal, but poor speakers and a high no-contract price limit its reach.
Every once in a very long while, I get to review a product that strikes me as a stepping stone toward the future. Microsoft Lync 2010 puts your PC at the center of communication.
Get a peek at the fresh-looking interface of RIM's highly anticipated first tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook.
This cradle device and speakerphone holds your phone in the car, making it ideal for GPS duties. Too bad its audio quality isn’t up to snuff.
With the Jabra Cruiser2, you get above-average call quality. The controls are readily accessible while you're driving, too, and extra features add to the product’s usefulness.
Though this headset offers voice control and lets you choose between two wearing styles (hook or no hook), its call quality is mediocre.
The least-expensive monaural headset tested to date is impressive: The controls are easy to reach, the fit feels solid, and the call quality isn't too shabby.