Apple announced on Tuesday that it has updated its iWork productivity suite for iOS with universal versions compatible with both the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Intel announced plans on Monday for a new series of slim laptops powered by the company's next generation of processors, set to debut at the end of 2011.
Mothers, lock up your gamers. The PlayStation phone has arrived. And while it's a bit on the chubby side, we think that, for Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play, big is beautiful.
If you've always dreamed of colorful, glowing accoutrements, or just have some ideas for an upcoming Halloween costume, grab your soldering iron and a sewing needle: Here are a couple of products you can use to get a real 21st-century look.
For many Android enthusiasts, "openness" is almost an 11th commandment. So when manufacturers began restricting full access to Android smartphones a couple years ago, many saw it as a cardinal sin. Good news, smartphone modders: Some manufacturers are beginning to see the light.
One year after the iPad's release, third-party apps have improved dramatically in usability, according to user interface expert Jakob Nielsen.
ViewSonic's 10-inch, dual-booting Windows/Android tablet has a lot of heart and lofty goals, and is an utter failure on nearly every front.
I scoffed when HTC first released the "Incredible 2." Not necessarily at its hardware or features , but rather for its presumptuous name.
Winner of a Maker Faire Editor's Choice ribbon, Harvey Moon's Drawing Machine takes any black-and-white JPEG image and transforms it into a robot-drawn work of art.