Microsoft is buying Nokia's phone business for $7.2 billion. For that cash, Microsoft is getting a lot of cell phone history.
The company rolls out a series of "compact" cameras targeting professional TV and filmmakers, dubbed the Cinema EOS series.
The new pro dual-grip body consolidates the EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS-1Ds Mark III into a single full-frame, fast-shooting model.
Some recent encounters by a CNET executive editor suggest that the BlackBerry's dwindling fortunes may be hanging by a keyboard. Is there anything BlackBerry can do to stem the fall?
Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba are the latest in a growing list of first-tier PC makers signing up for AMD's power-efficient Fusion chips. Watch your back, Intel.
Chipmaker officially launches its newest line of GPUs for game enthusiasts, the Radeon HD 6900 series.
Ahead of new AMD GPUs, AMD and Nvidia fight over pricing in e-mails.
In the past, Mac gamers have had to deal both with delayed releases and poorly ported games on the Mac platform. With game developers using Windows-optimized code and not putting much effort into the Mac ports (at times contracting with other companies to do the Mac version), game titles either have not made it to the Mac, or have shown poor performance when running on the Mac.
The Nokia Fun Camera served a purpose in the days before camera phones.
With lots of useful features (some cleverly hidden), Gateway's FX6800-01e stands out from the boring mainstream pack. It also uses Intel's new CPU and motherboard combination to provide speed and upgradeability. You can find faster PCs for a similar price, but few with this much promise.