Introducing affordable electronics to America, including computers, stereo receivers, and cellular phones, Radio Shack arguably did more for the culture of digital consumerism in the United States than any other company.
Grab your rose-tinted glasses and get your data cassettes ready as CNET Australia's Seamus Byrne unboxes the not-so-classic 1980s home computer, the Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer 2.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is a smooth-performing midrange slate, but it's overpriced compared to similar tablets.
Archos is standing out in the small tablet game by unveiling an 8-inch slate with 4G cellular service at Mobile World Congress 2014.
With a stainless steel finish, a vanishing LED display, and the new "WaterWall" cleaning mechanism, this is one of the fanciest dishwashers we've seen.
Despite its notable drawbacks, the Huawei Valiant is one of the better ultrabudget, off-contract Android smartphones.
The 2014 Infiniti QX80 boasts great safety tech, but it's almost too much vehicle for daily driving. Consider instead the more efficient, slightly smaller JX35/QX60.
Antique computers called "portable" are a tiny bit thicker and heavier than the MacBook Air.
TechRepublic opens up another famous vintage computer. Get out your handkerchiefs, computer scientists of a certain age--this one's a tearjerker!
Amazon Studios rounds out its pilot season, which lets customers vote on which shows get made, with a '80s suburban tennis comedy starring some favorite (maybe) stars of the time.