If you’re not already married to an iPhone 3G S, or happen to be a Verizon Wireless customer desperately seeking a fresh relationship with the cellie of your dreams, Motorola’s Droid is the smartphone world’s hottest new date. The Droid is the first Android 2.0 device, features a gorgeous WVGA 3.7-inch display and is equipped with a quality 5 mega pixel camera. For more information, read Digital T
Lenovo’s IdeaPad U150 attempts to bridge the gap between notebooks and netbooks. It offers a high-resolution 11.6-inch LCD display, multi-touch touchpad, and five-hours of battery life all for a reasonable starting price of $649. For more information, read Digital Trends' Lenovo IdeaPad U150 Review.
Palm has added some needed upgrades to its Pre smartphone for its migration to Verizon from Sprint. The Pre Plus features more memory, double the storage, better build quality than the original Pre and comes in at a reasonable $150 with a service plan through Verizon. For more information, read Digital Trends'
The Pixi Plus which is available for Verizon customers features minor changes from the original Pixi. The biggest addition has to be the built-in Wi-Fi, something the original lacked and was heavily criticized for. At $80 the Pixi Plus is one of the more affordable smartphones out there, but it does lack the processing power of the Pre Plus which comes in at a reasonable price of $150. For more in
Retail bookselling giant Barnes & Noble finally throws it hat in the ring with the Nook eReader, a direct competitor to Amazon’s bestselling Kindle. The Nook will have a hard time besting the Kindle, but it does offer some features that the Kindle lacks such as a color LCD touchscreen and compatibility with the ePub format. For more information, read Digital Trends'
At $300 the Edifier Luna 5 Encore iF500 comes at a premium price for an iPod dock, but its performance may justify its price. Its design on the other hand will likely be hit or miss based on your personal tastes. In the end we think the Edifier Luna 5 Encore iF500 handily outperforms most of the competition in its price bracket. For more information, read Digital Trends' Edifier Luna 5 Encore iF50
At only a half inch thick and weighing in at only 1.5 pounds Sony’s Vaio X Series really sets itself apart from the crowd. But the real question is whether its performance can match its style? We go hands-on with this sexy laptop to find out. For more information, read Digital Trends'.
Asus announced their advanced project for this year called Waveface. The Waveface project focuses on mobility and cloud computing. There are three Waveface concept products the Casa, Light, and Ultra. The Waveface Casa is an entertainment center and Internet portal. The Casa features a large widescreen display that is covered up when not in use exposing only small areas that display contextually-r
Creative’s third-generation Vado HD can’t necessarily compete with the picture quality of rivals, but an affordable $180 price tag and small size definitely work in its favor. Aliph’s Jawbone Icon Bluetooth headset offers onboard apps, excellent noise reduction, and a tiny, stylish form factor.
Apple and Google must have "hugged it out" when we weren't looking because Google Voice has slipped onto the iPhone. Apparently, Google has remedied the situation by adding a dash of HTML5 into Voice's Web interface. It looks like Google and Apple got over their spat [not really] with or without the FCC. The new Google Voice mobile Web app is for iPhone OS 3.0 and higher and Palm Web OS devices.
You could be forgiven for passing over the extra RAM in Palm’s recently announced Pre Plus as pretty dry news, but apparently a few extra megabytes here and there can make a pretty huge real-world difference. More specifically, the Verizon-bound Palm Pre Plus can run 50 applications simultaneously. While the original 256MB Pre could run up to 13 applications simultaneously via the card-based W
Plastic Logic’s Que proReader is a sleek 8.5 by 11-inch electronic reader geared towards business professionals and featuring on-demand content access. The device is now considered the largest eReader on market even though it measures only about one-third of an inch thick, but features a 10.7-inch shatterproof plastic display. This device is shipping in mid-April in two versions: The $649, 4GB mod
Think you’ll need to shell out for a luxury sedan to get high-end features like an in-dash computer that pairs with Bluetooth cell phones, plays MP3s, and responds to voice commands? Not anymore. Kia’s latest Sorrento, shown here are CES 2010, features the company’s new Uvo system for accomplishing all of those tasks and more.
Using a combination of 64 rotating lasers, panoramic and high-resolution cameras, and GPS and IMU positioning, Navteq’s newest mapping trucks are able to create ultra-detailed street-level representations at highway speeds.