CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell rounds up some portable video players that work with rented movie downloads.
In spite of the boom in smartphone sales, there still seems to be a market for dedicated portable media players. Apple's iPod Touch is the leader, but what about some alternatives for the Android fans? CNET surveys the options.
CNET's Donald Bell wraps up his review of the Sony Walkman Z, a portable media player with an emphasis on audio quality.
Korean manufacturer Cowon has announced three new portable media players at the IFA 2008 convention in Berlin.
CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley checks out the latest portable video players and explains how these pocket-size devices could do for video what the MP3 player did for audio.
Scattered details surface about Archos' 2007 line of DAPs.
With the Android-based "LePad," the Chinese company becomes just the latest vendor readying a pure tablet device.
Velocity Micro announces plans to deliver three Android-based tablet computers between August and September including two Cruz e-readers and a Cruz multimedia tablet.
CES 2010 had us rolling in tablets. So far, the iPad pretty much stands alone. So, what happened to all those shiny slates, and by the time they get here, will it already be too late?
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell give his first impressions on the Archos 7 Home Tablet, an inexpensive, Android-based competitor of the Apple iPad.