HTC's Evo 4G phone is fast, powerful and fun to use — as long as your heart isn't set on tapping into the speedier new network it was designed for.
When Google released its free turn by turn navigation service on the Droid, companies that manufacture stand alone GPS units saw their shares plummet. While Wall Street’s anxiety might have been at least partially warranted, after testing Navigon’s navigation app
Probably the most significant aspect of the Opera Mini browser for the iPhone is that it was approved by Apple. While the browser itself may load pages faster than the iPhone’s native Safari browser, Opera Mini’s full page browsing experience
I'm kind of picky about how I protect my iPhone. There's a fine line between too much and too little when it comes to protective cases, skins, sleeves and the like.
There are definitely times when you're on the road and need that one file you left on your desktop back at work. Unfortunately, you're doing 85 mph in a New York City taxi and all you've got is your smartphone. Solution? Enter a bevy of new remote desktop apps for your phone.
I have plenty of gadgets, so the thought of buying and carrying a separate GPS navigational device never appealed to me. Yet the thought of getting lost appealed to me even less.
Review of the Sprint Overdrive 3G/4G personal hot spot.
The e-book reading device is the gadget gift of the season. Both Sony and Barnes & Noble have sold out of their new models. So why are e-book readers still such clumsy, annoying devices?
Palm is fighting harder than ever to snag a chunk of the smartphone market, and just six months after releasing the stylish Pre, it's back with a lighter, more petite and affordable version called the Pixi.
After a few days of playing around with the Vizit digital picture frame from Isabella Products, I'm admittedly impressed.
Do not touch my Droid. That is the first order of business. And it’s not even really mine to begin with. It’s a loaner unit for demo and review purposes. I had been waiting for its arrival like a kid
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Google gives away a lot of good stuff for free.
Pretty much any cell phone you'd buy today comes with a digital camera, but only a few are good enough to take the place of even a cheap point-and-shoot.
T-Mobile and HTC are back with a sleeker device that takes advantage of recent software updates.
The Financial Times yesterday reported on the upcoming release of the Apple tablet, essentially a 10-inch iPod touch
Now there's a touch-screen phone with better software: the Palm Pre.
Bluetooth wireless headsets have become a lot better in the last few years at picking out the user's voice from noisy surroundings.
Nintendo has owned the portable video-game market — first with the Game Boy, now with the DS
I didn't see it coming. I bought the iPhone because it is the Swiss Army knife of gadgets – a video iPod, phone and Web browser and more.
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