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The IronKey Personal S200 secure flash drive uses hardware encryption, eliminating the need to run software on a PC and put your data at potential risk.
The Imation Defender F200 Biometric Flash Drive uses government security standards to keep your data secure in a pocket-size package.
Looking to transform your home into an entertainment multiplex? Get to know some of the best HDTVs, games, media streamers, home-networking products, and entertainment gear that earned high honors in the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.
The 'world's first global hotspot' works fine, but the cost of using it overseas on Verizon's roaming network may make the Fivespot an expensive novelty for most travelers.
The keyboard and trackpad on Acer's latest ultraportable laptop aren't perfect, but the sacrifices involved are acceptable when the result is such a sleek machine.
The 8x8 Virtual Office Pro, a browser-based software tool, handles fundamental office communication, but it lacks innovative extras.
Pogoplug Biz lets small groups of users easily share and back up to USB storage, both locally and online.
T-Mobile's new Android phone is a large leap forward from its predecessor, the landmark G1 (or 'Google Phone'), but it still underwhelms in a few key areas.
This capable disc-burning suite covers a variety of disc creation options, but it lacks the polish of more-expensive competitors.
The popular mobile hotspot from Novatel Wireless comes with a prepaid, no-contract data plan--perfect for accidental tourists everywhere.
For anyone not deterred by the product's awkward Gen Y-focused marketing, Clearwire's Puck is a sturdy and reliable 4G hotspot with no contract required.
The Sony Dash reinvents the tabletop gadget, delivering lots of Internet content as well as traditional radio alarm-clock features, but its price and its lack of a full browser might put off potential buyers.