Sezmi's broadcast and Web TV service, now available in 11 U.S. cities, shows promise as an inexpensive alternative to cable or satellite, but some rough edges still need smoothing.
Google has partnered with Intel and Sony to create Google TV, an ambitious attempt to bake its Android software into TVs, Blu-ray players, and a Google set-top box.
With the pending closure of Google's Nexus One online store, the Nexus One's online-only business model, meant to disrupt the way phones are typically sold, is a failure, says PCWorld's Jared Newman.
Google is launching an e-book store this summer, but details are sparse. Here's a wishlist.
Don't count on bringing the iPad on any trips to the Holy Land, as Israel has blocked Apple's tablet from entering the country.
The Federal Communications Commission's national broadband plan is meant to benefit all Americans, but not everyone will be happy with the proposal.
This is the year that Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, and other television makers throw serious weight behind 3D TV, but their sales projections seem rather generous.
Casio's new 10.2-inch Digital Arts Frame lets users apply the kinds of graphic filters found in Photoshop.
When the Chevy Volt electric car rolls off production lines later this year, owners will be able to obsess over them even when they're not behind the wheel thanks to a new mobile application.
The DeLorme Earthmate PN-60w with SPOT Satellite Communicator is a GPS device that works with a satellite communicator, sending custom text messages from beyond the reach of cell phones.
Microsoft has released a handful of free games for its new Zune HD, but users will have to watch either a static or video advertisement while the game starts up.
Rumor has it that Google is working on a possible deal with Hollywood studios that would give YouTube a streaming rental store. Here are five ways YouTube could make such a deal work.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will be washing its hands of the Zune media player, discontinuing it once the touchscreen Zune HD launches.
While it seems like everyone's trying to duplicate the iPhone's smooth and fun user experience, PC World's Jared Newman gives Microsoft credit for hyping Windows Mobile 6.5 as a workhouse -- and a fairly unexciting one at that.
Sony has been all about the e-reader lately, announcing the Digital Reader Pocket Edition and Touch Edition earlier this month, then following up yesterday with...