Simply put, the Palm Pre is the most hyped phone since the original iPhone. It's coming out in two weeks, on June 6. Here's everything we know—we'll update this as more info comes in.
A battery that provides 32 hours of continuous MacBook use? Now we're talkin'. Sound's great until you find out that the 222Wh Hypermac external charger costs a whopping $500.
Apple took top prize in JD Power and Associates customer satisfaction survey in the smartphone category, while LG ranked first among dumbphones. But one nagging complaint kept the iPhone's scores closer to the competition.
The Gadget: Samsung's startlingly thin BD-P4600 "Touch of Color" connected Blu-ray player—geared to a style-conscious buyer who likes hanging electronics on walls.
AMD, the other chip company, is 40 years old today. It's the scrappy underdog to the Intel juggernaut. Today, it's not in great shape, but at one point, it was actually beating Intel on innovation.
Would you like to get a free Palm Pre or any future Web OS phone plus a six month data plan? Then apply for the "Real Reviewer" program, as Palm's John Zilber tells you:
Nikon and Canon—eternally locked in battle—do each other good by keeping product quality neck and neck. But in the newest entry-level DSLR shootout, if there has to be a winner, it's Canon's Rebel T1i.
If you're a fan of the PSP look and form factor but eschew the 3D graphics for NES/SNES and Gameboy-level sprites, the PSP-900 is $90 worth spending.
Okay, aliens would probably use some kind of holographic 3D recording device, but if they were stuck on earth, they'd be drawn to Samsung's SMX-C14 and C10.
You saw the pictures, you read the spec sheet, and you heard the pitch. But how does Samsung's first Android phone look in motion, while interacting with a Real Live Human?
HP today revealed its new business laptops, the ProBook s-series. The 14.1", 15.6", and 17.3" ProBooks are all about pragmatic performance, affordability, and inoffensive design. They're the Toyota Camry of laptops.