All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
For one CNET editor, the long road that led to LG's new and promising G3 dates back almost 10 years ago to the still-excellent LG EnV.
More than 3.2 million people watched the nail-biting descent of the Mars rover via live streaming on the Web, which is far more than those who tuned in on the top cable TV networks.
Along with other updates to support iCloud, Apple has updated Aperture to fix bugs and interface with the new online services.
The next iPad will reportedly look the same as the iPad 2, but for a 'truly amazing' screen. So will it be the iPad 3, or something else?
At CTIA 2012, Doro introduced its PhoneEasy 740 to the U.S. audience, as well as its app and management tool tailored for the elderly.
Here's how to stream music and video from your phone to your TV though your PlayStation 3, via the niftiness of DLNA.
On today's show, we're joined by Eric Franklin of the Crave podcast and Wilson Tang from the 404 for what turns out to be a much more reasonable and serious discussion than you might expect. Short version: what's going to happen to the Android tablets now that iPad 2 is out, and will there be an iPad 3? Also, Verizon ends iPhone unlimited data plan and security woes strike the Android platform. Plus: UFOs! --Molly
Sony will launch the Android-powered Tablet P in mid-February, alongside a 3G version of the Tablet S and a price drop of its original models.
The hotly anticipated Nokia Lumia 800 wasn't enough to prevent the Finnish phone-flinger losing a whopping €1bn at the end of last year.
Donald and Eric receive a record number of viewer emails, with tons of great suggestions. Stephen unveils his epic intro for Eric's Geek News segment. And of course, there's no shortage of Crave-worthy gadgets to talk about, including the Sony S tablet, a Sony head-mounted display, self-inflating tires, and a fan that might eat your cat.