Whether you fancy trendy city cars or crazy customs ripped from a comic book, there are plenty to go
CNET editors round up their favorite tablets, including products from Apple, Samsung, and Google.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a stunning tablet with a truly useful stylus, but it's not worth $400 unless you're an artist or prefer pen input.
If $100 is the most you can spend, the Motorola Droid Mini will fit the bill, but splurging on the handsome Moto X pays dividends later.
It's great to see more touch-screen Windows 8 laptops under $600, but note that the Asus X202E requires some compromises in performance and battery life.
Amazon is selling refurbished second-generation Kindles starting at $159.99. But are they a deal?
The consumer-electronics industry is expected to make steep price cuts for the holidays to help drive sales, according to IHS iSuppli. That means a 42-inch HD TV could cost less than $200.
Amazon will price everyone else out of the business, indie publishers warn. Then again, lowering prices and grabbing market share worked well for Apple's iTunes -- and aren't consumers better off as a result?
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Maggie Reardon helps a reader find the best deal on a Razr Maxx and advises another on buying a "social smartphone."
Twitter creates an account that brings bargains to you, an MIT project lets you mouse around sans a mouse, and Borders opens a digital-book store.
Over at BlueBeat.com, the best MP3-selling Website you've never heard of, has got it all for your listening pleasure, the entire Beatles catalog in MP3 form for just 25 cents each! Get them while you can (which won't be long). In other news, file sharers
Interead's Cool-er e-reader just launched. It's chief selling point: the Cool-er costs $110 less than the Kindle 2. But does that make it a deal?