A roundup of gear our editorial director has gotten his hands on recently: HTC Incredible, Samsung XL2370 monitor, satellite TV killer Sezmi, and more.
One man's iPad perspective: Barry Gerber gets his hands on the Apple iPad 3G and, for the most part, couldn't be happier. Here's why.
How does the ASUS 1008HA $429 netbook stack up against HP’s designed-for-business $1,599 EliteBook 2530p notebook?
Is there a place for those tiny netbooks in the office? Barry Gerber thinks the new ASUS Eee PC 1000HE is ready for business prime time.
Executives, road warriors and gadget geeks all lust after ultraportable notebooks. Five of these amazing machines battle it out in this roundup.
Western Digital's new ShareSpace NAS comes equipped with 4TB and three flavors of RAID, but is it too complicated for a home or tiny office?
Finally owning the iPhone 3G should feel like a breathtaking new lease on mobile life. It does, sort of: A pricey, anti-climactic lease.
In this edition of “Who Designed This Crap?” Barry Gerber talks about how difficult it is to upgrade to a new laptop and who should be responsible for fixing the problem.
A study published by eMarketer.com shows that use of mobile Internet services in the US is very low compared to other countries. Why and so what?
Sony is introducing a line of colorful W-series Cyber-shot® digital cameras with new imaging technologies for easier photo capture.
Free software and Web-service turns Maxtor Shared Storage II network attached drive into remote shared drive.
Canon introduced two new digital SLRs this week. One is a meaty update to its lower priced 30D. The other pushes the bounds of DSLR technology to new limits. And then there's Nikon's cool newly announced D3.
Compelling kits, notebook bags from recycled inner tubes, extremely expensive audio components, knickknacks for the rich and famous
A little over a week after his initial review of the iPhone Barry Gerber is back with much new information and some strong likes and dislikes about Apple's innovative smartphone.
Hype or no, Apple's iPhone is an elegant, highly functional, soon to be very influential communications and entertainment device.
In line, Apple press release; it's grrr time, availability rumors, where and when to wait, first iPhone reviews in, why we have to wait in line just like everyone else
Lists, describes, explains and evaluates the features of 26 Digital Single Lens Reflexes from entry level to professional
FujiFilm is an innovator. Its FinePix F30 point-and-shoot digital camera has professional features and sells for under $300. The F30 may just well be the best digital point-and-shoot ever.
Not too many reviewers have seen Sony's PRS-500 eBook Reader. Among those who have the consensus isn't all that positive. Our Barry Gerber disagrees with the naysayers.
Tired of the gaggle of remotes cluttering your living room or den? Sick of crummy "universal" remotes? Logitech's Harmony 890 computer programmable remote control may be just the thing to cure your remote blues.
Most optical lens and filter cleaners have trouble getting rid of serious dirt and grime; even worse, they can remove the coatings on costly lenses or even scratch them. Read on to find out about a cleaner that cleans in a snap, and without harming your expensive gear.