The HTC Touch Pro has some great features like the QWERTY keyboard and sharp display, but does the Windows Mobile OS hold it back?
The Mio Moov 310 GPS unit has a great price and features, although the interface can be slow at times.
The HTC Diamond Touch has a great design, but can't compete with the software.
By sitting lower to the desk, the new monitors more closely match the stature of a notebook display for a better extended desktop.
The new beta of Google Sync can put Gmail contacts and Google Calendar events on iPhones and Windows Mobile devices...and replaces anything already there.
THQ's Deadly Creatures brings immersive third-person creature combat to the Wii, enabling players to control a scorpion and a tarantula as they fight for survival.
Music service Ruckus once tried to cater to students by offering all the music they could handle while they were enrolled...but now it's quietly said goodbye.
Dell has partnered with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to offer Promise Pink notebook designs that raise money for breast cancer research, education, and screening.
The Arena will come equipped with LG's own new 3D interface, with multiple home screens based around a cube.
Looking to succeed where Psystar has drawn massive litigation, Germany's PearC is now offering Macintosh clones for sale...at least for a while.
The company's cloud-based service will offer users a way to backup their phones and keep information synchronized.
Amazon has unveiled the Kindle 2, a new version of its ebook reader with more storage, a sharper screen, slimmer profile...and a "read to me" feature.
Microsoft has just four fixes, two deemed critical and two called important, set for its monthly Patch Tuesday.
A flash mob organized on Facebook closed a main London rail station for 90 minutes on Friday evening.
A nine-year-old boy from Singapore has created a finger-painting program for the iPhone, and it's been downloaded over 4,000 times in two weeks.