HTC's newly-revamped One is a flagship phone with some nice updates to its already sleek design. It's also a brainy barnstormer with some crazy cool camera tech that could be the future of mobile photography. It's available now for $200 on-contract from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon (sorry T-Mobile, yours won't arrive til…
More goodies hit the market that you can now grab! Or at least, get in line to grab.
Two cool new things you can spend your hard-earned dollars on showed up this week, and they're both (potentially) very neon green.
The Oppo N1, a funky swivel-camera smartphone from China, hit U.S. shores this week. If you want to basically guarantee you'll never see another person carrying your phone's twin, this is probably the phone you want.
While you were busy imitating a real-life GIF of someone continuously stuffing their face with Thanksgiving feast food, Steelcase and Fujifilm were rolling out a few smart new products. Check them out while you languish in the throes of food coma.
A few new gadgets hit the shelves this week. Two of them are glossy and colorful, and one of them is black and came with tons of hype. You know which one we're talking about.
Holy cow, it's already dark out. And depending where you are, probably cold. Everything we've got for you this week has a glowing screen. Which might not physically warm you, but you could at least pretend you're getting some Vitamin D out of the deal.
Why be normal? That's the question seemingly posed by this week's latest offerings. We've got two phones that buck size trends, an e-reader that flouts normal dimensions, and a phone speaker dock thing that just ... well, you'll see.
Another week done, another bunch of gadgets to ogle. Today's big news was the iPad Air, but that's not the only gizmo game in town. Here's what you can get your grubby, sticky-from-Halloween-candy hands on.
Another week is in the books. Whether you were hard at work, or busy finding YouTube videos to distract you 'til the weekend, the fine folks of the gizmo and gadget industry were hard at work making sure you've got lots of creative ways to blow all that money you earned. Here's the best of what hit the markets this…
Like some kind of six-months-delayed springtime thaw, or an ominous but perplexing metaphor for global warming, summer's trickle of new gadgets has turned into a gushing waterfall. But don't tread those swift waters alone. Let us be your earthy, outdoorsy guide.
Despite the government being shut down, this week brought us a bevy of new gizmos to play with. I'll leave it up to you to determine whether that's some kind of evidence that the mere existence of government hinders the rollout of electronic devices — for now, we talk about gadgets!
Hear that? It's the weekend, barreling down the tracks of time. Let's stop that metaphor right there before we all start reflecting on the meaning of existence, and instead focus on the gadgets that went on sale this week! From the new to the newly-revamped to the somewhat puzzling, this week brought plenty of gizmos…
It's hard keeping track of all the new goodness that goes on sale every week. That's why we're doing it for you. Here are all toys you can finally spend your hard-earned money on—or maybe just put on your wish list.
Just in time! On the weekend before Google Reader is set to mercilessly kill itself off, Digg Reader has opened its arms to everyone. After being in beta, Digg Reader is ready for public release. It's a simple process. Just head here. Link up your Google account and Digg Reader will show everything you had in Google…
More than a year after its inception, AMD's eight-core FX CPU (codename: Bulldozer) is finally available for purchase. The $245 chip is geared towards resource heavy applications, such as HD video editing and multi-display gaming.
It only took few years and a few fascinating if controversial breakthroughs in solar power. Now, thanks to designer Vivien Muller, you can finally have a decorative-houseplant-cum-solar charger for your iPhone right on your desk. Just give it plenty of light.
3D glasses are lame. Glassessless-3D phones can be abominations. But a pair of glasses that simulate strapping a 75-inch 3D-capable screen to your face? Mmmmmmmaybe.