Is the PC still relevant? It sure is. And with the 30th anniversary of the PC, PCMag is taking a look at the past (and into the future).
To be sure, “doesn’t disappoint” isn’t exactly a ringing endorsement. The Toshiba Thrive tablet enters a market with lots of players, with more appearing all the time.
Plenty of people are now using their phones as their primary cameras, too, which means buying a phone isn’t just about the communications plan, the voice quality, and whatnot. It’s also about how well it performs as a camera—and maybe as a videorecorder, too.
The iPhone is an artist’s dream, and now the Huffington Post has a useful list of what it considers the best iPhone art apps.
Some devices everyone wants, or so it seems, and eWEEK has a report on some of the latest (and hottest) mobile products.
When it comes to tablets and e-readers, many people think there’s just Apple’s iPad and Amazon’s Kindle. Is that the case? Not any longer.
Google made a big splash with its social network, Google+, and ever since, the tech world has been calling it a Facebook killer. But for all the similarities, Facebook and Google+ are actually very different creatures, and Google+ instead seems poised to threaten the popularity of trendier social networks like Twitter and Tumblr. Here are […]
Looking for an e-reader or a tablet, like the iPad, the Kindle, or the Galaxy Tab? Here’s some expert advice.
Consumer Reports has an excellent report with information on the top digital cameras for kids.
Another day, another tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad. Is it worthy? That depends on your perspective, of course. As many companies are realizing, it’s quite difficult to compete with the iPad, and that’s just what the HP TouchPad is trying to do.