Now you can carry your iPad and your paper notes in one binder.
A developer discovered that the Nexus 7 has a magnetic sensor similar to the one used on the iPad 2.
We examine all the of the hardware and software-based portable scanning options we could get our hands on.
Just hours after its launch, China blocked locals from accessing Google Drive. Maybe it was over the terms of service?
Dropbox users can now share videos, picures and documents to friends and family who don't need a Dropbox account.
Sony is looking to dish out the next PlayStation console before Microsoft's next-gen product arrives in 4Q13.
Here's a way to add NFC technology to your current Android device or iPhone if it doesn't already sport an NFC chip.
Patriot Memory has introduced a new media player, and a portable cloud solution for tablets, smartphones and other devices.
This optical drives serves as a wireless access point, cloud storage, and a means for streaming your favorite DVDs and CDs directly to a smartphone or tablet.
Here's a good way to play your SNES and Genesis games on the PC without downloading ROMs from the internet.
Google is apparently working on wearable technology, which some circles say is actually a pair of glasses.
Five companies have banded together to develop content protection technology for downloading and streaming HD media.
A Newegg pre-order listing shows a release date of December 8 for the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet.
WD has released Android and iOS apps for accessing files remotely from its My Book Live external drives.
Wacom's new Inkling digitally traces your quick sketches in real time so that the drawings can be altered later in Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketchbook Pro.
This "premium" router will share a USB printer across the network, or share files across the Internet thanks to its private "cloud" capabilities.
Toshiba's write-once SD cards could be a good way to share documents without gaining additional malware along the way.
We took 5 smartphone cases and showed them a rough time: sand, water, dropping onto concrete, and crunching with an iron weight. Which one wins?
Millions of drives crash every year. Family photos, personal diaries, and home videos are lost forever—or are they? Here’s what you can do before and after disks go bad.