Two more consumer-electronics firms pony up to get rights to Microsoft's patents covering devices running Chrome and Android.
The two companies will share intellectual property on a "broad range of products and services," including those for certain digital imaging and mobile consumer products.
It's not quite a Nook Color, but it does let you read e-books (in color), listen to music, watch videos, and more--all for a fraction of the price.
Portable Bump speaker wirelessly streams your music from iTunes or plays songs downloaded onto an SD card.
Connecting to your HDTV via HDMI, the company's new Linux-based box can transform your TV into a full-fledged computer able to surf any Web site.
Borders responds to the new Amazon Kindle models by cutting the prices on its own e-book readers.
The Aluratek Tornado external hard drive is a RFID-secured hard-drive enclosure that doesn't have the performance or the innovation to warrant its expensive price tag. We don't recommend the poorly designed Tornado since the competition offers more storage space and a higher level of security at less cost.
The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built-in WiFi won't wow you with its sound, but it won us over with its versatile feature set and solid streaming performance.
The bookseller is offering about a million and a half titles, which can be read on devices ranging from PCs to iPads to Android phones.
CNET review the Acoustic Research ARIR200 Wi-Fi radio, finding that it offers lots of unique features with an alarm-clock-friendly design, but it has a few quirks and shortcomings that keep us from wholeheartedly recommending it.