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Sony Vaio UX180P Micro PC Review

The Sony UX180P is the latest in the string of UMPC releases, or as Sony calls it, the Micro PC. Is the $1800 price tag justified though? Brian Beeler weighs[...]

Six Streaming Music Apps for the iPhone: Free Choice, But at What Price?

Streaming music apps let you get just the tunes that are really music to your ears. Apps are free, although the music might not be. Here are six top iPhone[...]

Asus R2H UMPC Review

Andrew Baxter from Brighthand's sister site NotebookReview.com brings us this review of the Asus R2H, one of the latest UMPC devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Is Bigger Really Better?

The Samsung Galaxy Note is an Android smartphone that's large enough to skirt the line of being a tablet. It supports AT&T's super-fast 4G LTE service, and even comes with[...]

HP 2133 Mini-Note Review

HP has just launched the HP 2133 Mini-Note, a mini-notebook that starts at $500. Jerry Jackson and Tiffany Boggs bring us this review.

Mobile Tech News — Opera for Windows Mobile, New UMPC Processor, Free Games

New Version of Opera for Windows Mobile Released as Beta Intel Expected to Announce New Processors for UMPCs Inscenic Releases Two Windows Mobile Games as[...]

MSI Wind U100 Review

The MSI Wind U100 is a new 10-inch subnotebook that offers outstanding performance for its price: just $500. Kevin O'Brien brings us this review.

Google Android OS 4.0 Review: Find Out What’s New and Different

The latest version of Google's mobile operating system is Android OS 4.0 (aka "Ice Cream Sandwich"). This debuted recently on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but will eventually be running on[...]

Samsung Galaxy Note II Review: Big, Powerful, Productive

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is huge with a 5.5-inch screen, and carries a ton of features. Is it just too much for a smartphone?

PdaNet Review

PdaNet from June Fabrics Technology is an application for the Palm OS and Windows Mobile that lets you use your smartphone's high-speed data connection with a Windows PC.

Square Credit Card Reader Review: Remarkably Easy

For iPhone and Android owners, Square Inc. offers a quick, simple, affordable way to take credit card payments. It's a handy solution if you're running a small business, or even[...]

Will Apple’s iOS and Mac OS X Remain Separate?

Does Apple really need to keep maintaining separate operating systems, one for iPhones and iPads and the other for notebook and desktop computers? Will Apple merge iOS with Mac OS[...]

Six Great Apps To Turn Your Apple iPhone into a TV

We all hate missing our favorite TV shows. Now, if you have to be away from your TV, you can always turn to your iPhone. With the right software (and[...]

iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard Review

For many, a smartphone or handheld is he center of a mobile office. Ed Hardy says a lot of these people could benefit from an iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard.

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Coming to BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Symbian, MeeGo

Adobe said today that versions of its Flash player are headed for all of the major smartphone operating systems. When available, these will allow a wide range of mobile devices[...]

Can the Samsung Galaxy Note Replace Your Tablet?

We take a look at the Galaxy Note "phablet" as a potential replacement for your tablet. Can you do everything you need to do on the go with something that[...]

Asus Eee PC First Thoughts

The Asus Eee PC 701 notebook was officially announced at the beginning of June. Andrew Baxter recently met with Asus to get a close-up look at this upcoming low cost[...]

Asus Eee PC 701 4G Review

Many of those who were interested in the Palm Foleo before it was canceled have turned their attention to the Asus Eee PC, a similarly inexpensive Linux-based laptop. Jerry[...]

Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power Outlet Review

Energizer has a solution for people who can never seem to find a power outlet when they need one. Kevin O'Brien has a review of this company's portable battery[...]

Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Review

Antoine Wright brings us this review of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet, a device that's about the size of a smartphone or handheld but offers a lot more functionality.