Sony eyes spring launch date for PlayStation Phone

Are you hoping that Sony will officially launch its enigmatic PlayStation Phone for the masses at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show next month or the Mobile World Congress in February?

Cowon touts Android-powered media player

Cowon has debuted an Android-powered media player with some pretty sweet specs.

Logitech insists Revue production remains on track

Logitech has denied reports that Google asked it to halt production of the Revue box until pending software "issues" were addressed.

Samsung's Galaxy Player targets Apple's iPod

Samsung is reportedly preparing to take on Apple's popular iPod with a tricked-out Android MP3 player.

Sony remains delusional about 3D

Sony has invested quite a lot of cash in pushing the 3D standard forward. So it comes as little surprise that the electronics giant remains slightly, er, delusional about a realistic timeline for mainstream adoption.

Water drop inspires kinetic charger idea

This aerodynamic turning power charger is shaped like a softly falling drop of water.

SyFy Channel blocks Google TV

The SyFy Channel seems determined to snub geeks, nerds and technophiles by blocking access to its programming on Google TV-powered devices.

Turn it up...With the Jambox!

Are you tired of putting on headphones every time you listen to your iPod or stream music on your laptop?

Ten ways to read without a book

Nicholas Negroponte, the founder of MIT's Media Lab and the One Laptop Per Child initiative, recently proclaimed that the printed book will be dead by 2015. 

10 most wanted Christmas gadgets for college students

The hardest part about being in college is the struggle to make ends meet while living on a student budget.

Barnes & Noble Nook gets color makeover

Barnes & Noble has debuted a color, 7-inch e-reader powered by Google’s Android OS. Dubbed NOOKcolor, the latest iteration of the popular device is priced at a very reasonable $250.

Amazon to let Kindle users lend e-books

Amazon's moved to improve the competitiveness of its Kindle e-reader by allowing users to lend their books to friends.

Is that an Intel chip inside your connected TV?

Smart TV is set to couple the Internet and Television entertainment into a seamless package. It is quite unlike WebTV, which turns your television into something of a underpowered personal computer.

Google TV is here, it’s here!

Google recently introduced its long-awaited, long speculated about TV. Unlike the little devices like the Orb, Roku, or AppleTV, GoogleTV returns to the set-top box model and it’s based on Chrome as an interface.

Logitech debuts Google TV set-top box

W00t! Get ready to place your pre-orders, because Logitech is offering a sleek Google TV set-top box dubbed the "Revue."

Would you spend $2,750 on a pair of gilded headphones?

Ultrasone is touting a $2,750 pair of gilded headphones that features Zebrano wood ear cup inlays, Ethiopian sheepskin leather ear cup pads, Titanium plated drivers and Kevlar coated cables.

Samsung hints at Android TV as Lava's hits the streets

Samsung may be working on an Android-powered TV, if hints from the company's TV boss are to be believed.

Can Apple conquer the American living room?

Apple currently dominates the MP3 market and has successfully wooed the masses with its shiny lineup of iPhones. But is Steve Jobs ready to conquer American living rooms with his next-gen Apple TV?

Samsung touts portable 3D Blu-ray player

Sasmung has introduced a portable Blu-ray player capable of rendering 1080p HD video and smooth 3D playback.

Report: the top brands in home theaters and beyond

This ain't your grandmas home theater set-up. The CE Pro 100 tells you how the other half makes like a pomme de terre de le divan.