PC World's Melissa J. Perenson looks at a pre-release version of the HTC Magic, the next phone to ship with Google's Android OS.
Amazon's e-reader gets bigger and better with the debut of the Kindle DX. We like its lean and elegant style, but we still found plenty of DX features to criticize.
PC World's Melissa J. Perenson doesn't think the newly released Kindle DX will help reinvent newspapers for a modern age.
Hewlett-Packard Wednesday unveiled its latest Windows Home Server device, the MediaSmart LX195.
Apple says that the iPhone 3.0 update will feature support for accessories that attach to the iPhone’s dock connector. Melissa J. Perenson has a wishlist of accessories that she hopes will appear.
PC World’s Melissa J. Perenson looks for deeper meaning in the timing of next week’s iPhone 3.0 event being held by Apple.
From a manufacturing standpoint, one of the banes of Blu-ray Disc's existence has long been the muddled licensing process.
We break down the key differences between the Amazon Kindle 2 and the company’s original e-book reader.
PC World’s Melissa J. Perenson spent some quality time with the Kindle 2, and found lots to like—and some things that still need improvement.
Amazon is expected to unveil the second version of its Kindle ebook reader Monday. PC World’s Melissa J. Perenson has a wishlist of features and improvements she’d like to see in Kindle 2.
Circuit City, the second-largest retailer of consumer electronics, has announced it will close all of its remaining U.S. stores.
Faster refresh rates, built-in Blu-ray, and lower prices are some of trends around HDTVs PC World's Melissa J. Perenson saw at CES.
The Walkman X and W Series make up latest attempt to take on Apple’s popular iPod.
Verbatim announced the ExpressCard SSD, available in capacities ranging from 16 to 64GB.
The booming resurgence of casual games—games that don’t a huge time commitment—was the focus of some speakers at the E For All Expo this past weekend.