CNET editor Dong Ngo reveals how we'd get a review out of him with the new Plextor M6S solid-state drive.
Samsung's fourth Galaxy S phone may be selling at a slower pace than its predecessor.
The big smartphone went on sale in April and zoomed to 10 million units sold about four weeks later. But it's not so easy to keep up that kind of pace.
These showers are so stunning that Google even dedicated an animated Doodle to the celestial show.
It's the mobile phone's 40th birthday, so we're lauding classic blowers from the mighty Nokia 3210 to the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The company says there was a general "lack of demand" for the smaller battery pack, thus deeming it unnecessary.
The Galaxy S3 continues to generate piles of cash for Samsung, tipping the S series trilogy over 100 million phones sold.
Find out what hot new tech caught on or fizzled in this year's smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 may be in stores, but thanks to AT&T's Android 4.0 update, its older brother can also enjoy the taste of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Nokia reckons its budget Asha phones can defeat the cheap Android phones, committing to Windows Phone over Android.