The 2012 revamp of the Apple TV brings better performance and a new interface, but still leaves users high and dry for much content outside iTunes.
A bike computer is both a strange departure for Pioneer and an odd device to find at a cell phone show, but makes an important point about the limitations of phones, even in the company of the best of them.
Skeptical about a 41-megapixel smartphone? So were we, until we saw the technical data, spoke with Nokia, and tried it for ourselves. Here’s why Nokia’s latest announcement might be worth another look.
Sony’s WhiteMagic display on the Xperia P improves screen visibility dramatically under sunlight using a fourth white pixel in the LCD screen.
Ford's new B-Max will serve as the seed for Sync in Europe, where Ford will begin aggressively rolling out its in-car connectivity features in 2012.
Nokia’s new PureView 808 leapfrogs competitors with a mind-blowing 41-megapixel camera, but the “how” behind this exponential gain remains blurry.
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity tablet will offer incredible 1920 x 1200 resolution in a portable form factor, bringing new meaning to the term “sharp.”