Years ago, I mastered the art of playing Nintendo 3DS—finding and holding my head in the perfect position to peer through the console's 3D parallax barrier display and drink in its stereoscopic worlds. I'm so proud of this skill that I even use it to inflate my ego: yes, I am the best at looking at screens.…
Californians can finally breathe easy for having regained their privacy rights. A new law passed by the state Assembly bans the warrantless search of not just cell phones, but all portables that could conceivably send a message. Count your iPads safe, too.
Zoom's recorders have always been pretty solid, but their latest seems like it was made for action. With its five onboard "studio quality" microphones, the Zoom H2n can hone in on the timidest of interviewees even under heavy fire.
These days, GameCube and PlayStation portable mods are a dime a dozen, it seems, so it's rather quite refreshing to see the craft applied to their "grandfather," the Atari 2600.
A leaked slide from Nvidia's Mobile World Congress presentation has revealed that the 1.2Ghz Tegra 2 3D processor, meant for mobiles featuring 3D screens, wil launch sometime this quarter. Mobile 3D computing for everyone!
Whatever your thoughts on Sony, admit they know what they want: Powerful consoles with plenty of bells and whistles. The PSP2 is rumored to be PS3-powerful, and now we think it will have an OLED screen and 3G connectivity too.
Another day, another "portable" GameCube mod. This one, however, boasts an exposed, finger-slicing mini-DVD drive on the back.
The Nintendo 3DS. Is it a DS, just in 3D? Is it an entirely new thing? What's the deal?
There's no shortage of cutesy portable speakers for listening to music when you're out and about. But if you want something that doesn't feel like it's going to snap in two, the Audio-Technica BoogieBox will do you a solid.
With all the Apple tablet talk these days, it'd be OK to lose sight of the fact that the company's been there before (sort of) with the Newton. Seen here is a rare "Batmobile" prototype of that defunct PDA.
With their innovative furniture design, Charles and Ray Eames showed the world that plywood could be both beautiful and functional. Brian Kelly's plywood laptop case is at least one of those two things.
When crazy stuff happens on airplanes, as it did on Christmas, you can rest assured security will tighten and terrifying electronics restrictions will fall into place. But in this latest case, our electronics? They may still be "safe."
As this leaked Best Buy Black Friday ad reveals, one of the many deals coming our way the day after Thanksgiving is a Nintendo DSi, preloaded with a number of free DSiWare titles.
From the front this threesome looks pretty hot. Clear case with bright LEDs, original SNES buttons, and the ability to play three great systems on to go. All great. But what's going on in the back?
Cupertino status symbol it most certainly is not, but the Gemei HD8800 does offer 1080p support and has it where it counts. It being price.
Real's new RealPlayer SP software, currently in beta, adds functionality to rip YouTube and other streaming videos from the Internet and get them onto whatever handheld you choose. It works well enough, but it's also crammed full of unnecessary features.
Live images have leaked of Sony's PSP Go, set to launch at next week's E3. Looks like those rumors were true: It's a UMD-less slider with 16GB of memory, and it'll ship this fall. No price yet, but that should come with the official announcement next week. Update with video: