Today we'll reveal the mystery of Sony's PlayStation 4. With help from Scott Stein and Polygon's Russ Frushtick, we'll go over the details we know... for now. Like what's a teraflop? Where's the box? Will it play Blu-rays?
That's right, folks, Mobile World Congress is now in full swing. Join Lynn, Brian, and special guest Bonnie Cha as we chat about all the enticing new phones rolling out of the show.
Mobile World Congress kicks off this week with big phone news. Get all the info served up fresh from Barcelona.
With a chassis made from recycled materials, the Sony Vaio W Eco Series Netbook offers a great example to manufacturers looking to make their laptops greener--as a Netbook, however, its features are pretty much industry standard with the exception of a high-res 10-inch screen.
Our favorites from the New York auto show; BMW, Google, and the U.S. make electric car moves this week; Chevy recalls the Cruze after one very high-profile screwup; and we take a spin the electric Smart car.
Our favorites from the New York auto show, BMW Google and the U.S. make electric car moves this week, Chevy recalls the Cruze after one very high profile screwup...and we take a spin the electric Smart car.
Company demands SAP pay it interest on top of the $1.3 billion in damages it was awarded in the TomorrowNow lawsuit.
For a price below that of ultra hard-core machines, the MSI GT725-212us provides considerable gaming power, a 1080p 17-inch screen, and Blu-ray in a package that's relatively portable.
As well as interviewing Brian Blessed, we discuss the week's news, including the latest person to fall foul of making a joke on Twitter, a man who's been selling white iPhones, and the potential death of Net neutrality.
The AOC 212Va-1 LCD monitor sticks to the basics and does it well, delivering a better-than-average but not terribly bright image at a low price, but sacrificing extras that you may not need anyway along the way.