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The Marketnews office recently became an airfield with the arrival of the Crimson Eye remote controlled helicopter by Swann. What makes this tiny chopper extra intriguing is its ability to shoot videos and snap photos while in-flight.
Harmony is known for developing intuitive universal remotes that are easy as pie for even techno-phobes to program. And there's no exception with the new Harmony Touch, which kicks the top-selling Harmony One up a notch with a sleeker design, more touch-based controls, gesture controls, and a redesigned online setup process.
Microsoft's new Windows 8 isn't sure if it's a tablet OS or a computer OS. But the Samsung ATIV Smart PC 500T (about $700) has no such doubts: it comes with no keyboard. For better or worse, it's a true Windows tablet. And, as it turns out, a very good one.
Razer is a company with a long reputation for building finely crafted gaming peripherals. Its new Taipan mouse ($80) is the company's slickest piece of hardware yet, showing just how elegant the humble mouse can be.
When a woman comes across a poorly designed product for the fairer sex, it's often heard with a heavy sigh that it must have been designed by a man. The thinking, of course, is that when it comes to products for women, who better to create them than women ourselves?
There are plenty of high-tech baby monitor systems on the market today. But for the price and ease of setup, the Motorola MPB36 will suffice for most parents.
Simply called "iPad," Apple's third-generation tablet improves on many of the features that helped its predecessors dominate the market.
Released during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain; Microsoft's Windows 8 Consumer Preview gives us a taste of the unified future of the world's dominant operating system. Windows 8 is the biggest departure from the look, feel, and functionality that has defined Microsoft's desktop OS for the past 27 years.
Research In Motion released the much-anticipated PlayBook OS 2.0 this week. The update infuses the BlackBerry tablet with additional functionality, including e-mail, calendar and contacts functions, and the ability to run some Google Android apps.
Priced at $99.95, the Fitbit personal fitness tracker consists of a digital pedometer that measures activity, iPhone app that tracks calorie intake, and Web tools to monitor your fitness on a granular level.