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If you spend your day staring at an LCD screen under harsh lighting, these specially designed glasses could help ease the strain on your eyes.
A new way to automate your Android has arrived, and it can tell when you’re walking, running, or driving. We give it a try.
With 17 configurable buttons the Naga is almost certainly more mouse than you need, but for serious gamers that may not be a bad thing.
If you're serious about portable gaming, the Sony PlayStation Vita is a top-notch device. Its 5-inch OLED touchscreen is gorgeous and gameplay is superb, but the use of proprietary memory cards is a blemish on an otherwise outstanding product.
If you want more from of your mobile gaming experience than your smartphone or tablet has to offer, the PlayStation Vita is what you want. But there are a few things you should know before you buy.
From $6000 full-frame DSLRs to Wi-Fi-enabled pocket camcorders, here are the most interesting digital-imaging devices announced at the show.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 goes toe-to-toe against Apple's iPod army.
From slim smartphones to massive TVs, here's the tech that didn't arrive by reindeer express this year.
Android has undergone a huge transformation with the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Here are a few of the biggest changes.
The first quad-core tablet, the Transformer Prime from Asus, is an Android tablet running Android Honeycomb and has some of the best looking graphics we’ve ever seen on a mobile device.
These 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 can help you save money and time on your post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.
B&N's Nook Tablet has beefier specs than Amazon's Kindle Fire, but it also has its share of limitations as a tablet.