Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
If you've ever dreamed of marrying a video-game character, having your ashes put in a computer, or holding your wedding on the deck of Star Trek's USS Enterprise, you're not alone. Geeks before you have had the same ideas--and some have even implemented them.
If you want to add a PC that can stream video from Hulu or Netflix to your HDTV, look no further than Acer's small Aspire Revo AR3610.
Ahead of next month's 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, we explore tech innovations--from the telephone to touchscreens--that premiered during the Fair's sprawling 159-year history.
We compared five best-of-breed navigation systems--in your phone, on your dash, or built right into your car--to see which ones do the best job of pointing you in the right direction.
The star features in the latest cameras of 2010 include the in-camera instructions, miniaturization settings, panoramic features, and low-light HDR functions.
Many of these concepts may never leave the drawing board or lab, but we can always dream…and in some cases, be thankful.
With Alienware's M11x, gamers finally have a fully capable laptop that's easily portable and offers great battery life.
Microsoft's newest social networking phones, the Kin One and Kin Two, have a slick and intuitive user interface that's targeted at the Facebook crowd.
For the last couple of weeks, I've been running with a new gadget: Adidas' miCoach Pacer, a set of three small devices that combine audio coaching with a stride...
Staff Editor Nate Ralph takes a look at Worms HD, Fieldrunners, Scrabble, Plants vs. Zombies HD, and Need for Speed Shift.