While a tad pricey at $200, BlueAnt's Embrace wired stereo headphones are comfortable and offer very good, natural sound along with an integrated mic and volume control for cell phone use.
Intel's high-speed port has been costly and immature, Dell argues, but that's changing. Expect Thunderbolt to arrive as Dell angles for growth in a market that's evaded PC sales declines.
An overwhelming number of shareholders vote in favor of selling Nokia's Devices business.
Nintendo's president has said the firm is looking into a new business structure that could include smart phones and tablets.
The chipmaker is still trying to make its mark in the Android mobile market. Not surprisingly, it intends to get more aggressive in the coming year.
At the forefront of the connected-car revolution are online music apps, enabling drivers to listen to the music services they have become accustomed to on the Web or their phones, all using a safe dashboard interface.
The company says that it wants its brand to "be more bold" and appeal to people around the world.
Believe it or not, some people haven't seen "Star Wars." At a screening Saturday night, more than a dozen finally joined one of the world's biggest clubs.
Android apps are getting bigger in file size, Square's mobile payment device takes off, and the iPad 3 may not be called the iPad 3.
Privacy advocates say consumers are expecting more from a Do Not Track policy than marketers are willing to give.