Sanyo has started shipping four Dual Camera Xacti camcorders in the U.S. and Mexico, including a model that can operate for up to an hour ten feet underwater.
Mobile operators have been offering music to cell phone users for years...but Verizon Wireless is the first to roll out MP3s.
Texas has added a rider to its state budget requiring written authorization before buying Windows Vista.
On his visit to England for the G20 Summit, Obama brought gifts of DVDs and an iPod.
On the day a new Swedish anti-piracy law came into effect, Internet traffic in the country fell by one-third.
Picky netbook buyers can literally build the systems they want with this partially assembled shell.
One of the company's newest phones uses the same technology found in cutting-edge TVs to deliver incomparable color.
The mirror-like new Propel can't help but look grimy after you get your mitts on it.
Something's fishy about Palm's mysteriously uptight demo of the Pre.
A number of major fixes to the next-gen Touch Pro make it one of the most promising models in HTC's upcoming line.
We fiddle with the company's new budget-priced Windows Mobile handset.
The company's creative new take on the old task of holding a GPS unit in a window solves many of the problems of previous attempts.
The upcoming app allows you to see when your friends are busy, what they're doing, and be notified when they're free.
An Australian study has found that folks who use the Internet at work for personal reasons are nine percent more productive than folks who don't.
Media hype aside, April 1 seems to have come and gone with barely a murmur from the dreaded Conficker PC worm. Or maybe it's just lying in wait?