So-called Internet safety software ComputerCop, often given to families for free by their local police departments, puts children and personal data at risk, a new report alleges.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the airline's use of Apple's tablet by pilots as a way of replacing unwieldy and hard-to update paper manuals. American will start using iPads in all phases of flights operations this Friday, according to ZDNet.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 50 has been spied on YouTube, an Android music player that we're thinking of as Big Sam's version of the iPod touch.
The Intel Reader is a new mobile device designed to read printed text aloud for the blind or those who have a difficult time seeing or reading.
A CNET reader spots the new Sony Walkman for sale in France and alerts editors.
But you can point North if you wear a belt of a dozen or so magnets all the time. We'll explain. Also Palm Pre is coming for $200 and we have some rumored Next-gen specs. Oh and about 300 car stories, 'cause you know. Cooley is on the show.
The tablet-format Classmate will let manufacturers build Classmate PCs that can be used either as a standard clamshell laptop or--with a 180-degree swivel of the display--as a touch-screen tablet.
The low-cost laptop, set to be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show next month, has a new look as a convertible tablet.
Intel dominates headlines this week, thanks to IDF.
Intel reveals designs for its Netbook, one of several updates to the Classmate PC that have been floating around online for weeks.