Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Microsoft's vaunted Xbox 360 motion-sensor gives you body and voice command over the console, but has Kinect lost something important in translation?
A question Senior Editor Jason Cross is frequently asked is "Which laptop would you buy?" Well, as he explains in this video, he'd pick HP's Envy 14, Beats edition.
We've an the opportunity to take a look at the first two handsets running Windows Phone 7 OS, the Samsung Focus and HTC Surround, and found a lot to like.
The $300 Cyber-shot WX5 digital camera is small and light enough to fit in a shirt pocket, but its variety of shooting modes, including 3D, provide big-time entertainment.
It hasn't even been a year since 3D televisions and their accompanying 3D glasses began hitting store shelves, but a development by Toshiba is already...
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.
Positioned as a point-and-shoot camera for serious photographers, the Lumix DMC-LX5 tacks on significant enhancements to the performance-oriented LX3.
Canon's PowerShot S90 is the best shirt-pocket compact we've ever used. The less expensive PowerShot SD4000 IS is an everyday point-and-shoot camera with great picture quality.
The AR.Drone from France-based Parrot is an exciting, fun-to-fly, four-rotor helicopter that can be piloted over Wi-Fi by an iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone. But...
While the Motorola Droid 2 ships with latest version of Android and has an improved design, the phone's proprietary Motoblur interface gets in the way of a few native Android apps. Also, the camera is mediocre.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800, running the new BlackBerry 6 OS, may have a revamped user interface, but is it good enough in a competitive smartphone market?