Carputers still aren’t up to speed with smartphones, but a number of solid aftermarket options exist for techies who want to ride in style.
Intel made a big bet on a changing PC market that hasn't paid off - although there are options for salvaging their investment.
When it comes to portable devices, size matters. And Apple’s iPad and iPhone are finding themselves outclassed by both smaller and larger competitors, respectively. Is it finally time to change?
The 2012 holiday season will see tech’s superpowers wheel out the big guns for a battle that could decide the fate of the tablet market for years to come.
Microsoft’s new Surface tablet has one hardware secret the company has been playing close to the vest: a unique optical glass screen that can actually “see” what you put on it.
Goliath 18-inch tablets might seem laughably awkward beside the 9.7-inch iPad, but the right user interface could make devices this size work both at home and away.
The cutthroat market for TVs is unlike any Apple has ever succeeded in. Can Tim Cook and company turn the challenges into potential opportunities and walk away with another win?
Despite the popularity of smartphones, tablets, and other compact mobile devices, the perfect car computer remains more of a dream than a reality.
Tremendously powerful new processors toiling away in the cloud could make it irrelevant what kind of screen you connect with, ushering in a new age of computing.
Visual search startup Serge promises to deliver camera-based searches from smartphones, while Isis provides a novel way to try on clothing in stores using Microsoft Kinect.
Mobile gaming has cut Nintendo deep, and now the company is struggling to compete against tablets and smartphones where it used to compete with Sony and Microsoft. Can it survive?
Until charging stations dot the country, electric scooters make more sense than electric cars. Here’s why – and a look at what might be one of the most unique and practical models yet.
Opinion: Private jets may not be “cheap” just yet, but JetSuite makes what was once the domain of only the super wealthy within reach for a special trip or the date of a lifetime.
Performance benchmarks tell us little we need to make an informed buying decision, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s how benchmarks could be reformed to save us time, money, and aggravation as we shop.