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Simply called "iPad," Apple's third-generation tablet improves on many of the features that helped its predecessors dominate the market.
Downright tiny compared to other Compact System Cameras, the Pentax Q was intended for maximum portability. It's even smaller than high-end cameras with a built-in lens; and the Q lenses are also tiny.
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.
Samsung says that the Galaxy Note is neither a smartphone nor a tablet, but rather a bit of both. It's designed for users who'd rather not want to carry a smartphone and a tablet simultaneously, but who'd like the functionality of both devices.
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.
Android version 4.0, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), is by far the most important update to Google's mobile operating systems. I have been testing the software for the past few days.
Benefitting from some of the technology developed for Nikon's high-end D7000, this more affordable camera employs a similar 16.2MP sensor and EXPEED 2 processor, but gains a new articulated LCD screen.
Samsung's new Galaxy Nexus smartphone is the first device to operate on the latest Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" OS. We got our hands on one to get a good look at its features and specs.
This curvy 20.3-megapixel Compact System Camera (CSC) has a partially metal body with retro-modern styling. It employs a large sensor, the same size used in consumer DSLRs.