This $249 wide-angle wireless Webcam lets you make big-screen video calls from the comfort of your living room.
The laptop kingpin’s second tablet has a nifty screen and a convenient size, but the overall package falls far short of iPad-level excellence.
Constructive advice for HP, Google, Netflix and RIM–because hey, nobody’s perfect.
A few best- and worst-case scenarios for the year ahead, on Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and more.
Know any serious PC gamers? The odds are sky-high that they’re also serious experts on PC hardware.
That’s because 3D gaming requires more sheer computing horsepower than any other home-computing task. Ardent game players, …
So help me, I like Mark Zuckerberg. I’m glad he invented Facebook in his Harvard dorm back in early 2004 and has devoted himself to it ever since. The world, and my life, are richer for it.
The new update to this inventive mobile operating system is a real alternative to the iPhone and Android.
For all the attractions of Google’s Android mobile operating system, many smartphones based on it have a quality to which no gadget aspires: They’re less than the sum of their parts. The hardware can be clunky. Device makers …
The next version of Google’s mobile operating system looks impressive. But it may not be coming to an Android phone near you any time soon.
My TIME.com column this week is about the tenth anniversary of Windows XP—and how it’s managed, against all odds, to remain the world’s most popular operating system, and why that makes some people unhappy.
It’s true, of course, that XP’s dominance is degrading. Some numbers are starting to show Windows 7 overtaking it, although …
Forget about your friends for a second, and start getting more community-minded; a new social network is much more interested in where you live, and who your neighbors are.
My latest Technologizer column on TIME.com is about OnStar FMV, the first version of the car safety-and-information service available as an aftermarket add-in for most cars, cleverly built into a rear-view mirror. When I shared the story on Twitter, Facebook and Google+, I heard from some folks who said FMV sounded neat. But a few said …