Near-field Communication, or NFC, will be used for more than just paying the restaurant bill by touching your phone to a sensor.
We all want to rely on "the cloud." Most of us who've given it a try (using SkyDrive, Google Drive, or Dropbox) have found we don't always get it right on the first try. Here are some efficiency tips.
You can try out Office 2013 for free during the Customer Preview. There are more than 15 good reasons why you’ll want to but here are our favorites, like the way you can open PDF files – and edit them. Not only does the PDF conversion do a mostly excellen
We examine all the of the hardware and software-based portable scanning options we could get our hands on.
Out on the fringes of tech culture lies Maker Faire: an experimental extravaganza where everyday tinkerers and inventors show off their quirky homemade projects.
Our experience with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview gave us a feel for the operating system's speed improvements. We confirmed our hunch with a few tests. Take a look.
The story of computers and people talking is a complicated one filled with dead ends and false starts. How'd we get from the Bell Labs-inspired HAL 9000 in "2001: A Space Odyssey" to Siri?
The Nokia Lumia 800 isn't yet available in the US, but what does the phone mean for the future of Windows Phone 7?
Ford is leading the way with self-driving, self-parking, self-charging, accident-avoiding, health-monitoring, voice-controlled, Wi-Fi-connected, ecologically-friendly cars that know where you're going.
We put a plethora of tablet drawing and writing tools to the test: styluses, pens, brushes, stands and even "paper."
Sleep better, exercise more, relax, and lose weight. Tracking what you’re doing with health- and fitness-oriented gadgets can help you reach your goals, and make it more fun!
Which tablet art software is best for each tablet operating system? We review applications for iPad, Android and Windows tablets.
How close are we to permanently cutting the cord? Several companies are focusing on different ways to wirelessly power your gadgets, cars and appliances.
What we want to see in Windows 8: Sync, speed, security, simplicity, search and super battery life. What’s on your wish list?
Going with Windows 7 over iOS or Android for your big tablet purchase? Then check out these 20 tips and tricks to make the experience a smooth one.
It’s thin, light and responsive. We tried out an early version of RIM’s new tablet and it’s a delight to use.
Think HTML 5 is killing Flash? Actually, Flash is showing up in more and more places – phones, tablets and Blu-Ray players
At the CTIA Enterprise and Applications show in San Francisco this week, we saw more than just phones. Here are mobile products worthy of your attention.
Fast, simple, colorful, powerful: this is a brand new Internet Explorer and before you dismiss it, we think you should at least give it a try.
Can the BlackBerry Torch 9800 light RIM’s way to success? A touchscreen QWERTY slider with BlackBerry 6 software goes for search and social skills.
Microsoft makes big updates to photo editing, email, backup , remote control and social networking, but will Live Essentials Wave 4 be essential?
Is Hotmail back and better than ever? It does have twice as many users than Gmail does and an uncluttered inbox, while making photos/videos easy.
We get our hands on Toshiba's two touch-screened Libretto W100 tablet, take a lot of pictures, and decide whether chunky power can compete with iPad style.