Home networking giant Netgear plans to introduce a 500 megabit-per-second line of HomePlug AV powerline products this fall.
Asus may be coming late to the e-reader party, but it's definitely thinking big.
If you've been waiting for a no-frills e-book reader that's scarcely heavier than an iPhone, check out the Cybook Opus from Bookeen.
Sony's first wireless e-book reader, though pricey, offers first-rate newspaper support--but only if AT&T's service cooperates.
Vizio made a big splash at CES with a huge lineup of HDTVs and home entertainment components.
Gefen is introducing what it bills as a remedy to the extremely annoying problem of volume swings.
LG's connected HDTVs are getting more connections, including support for Skype video calls.
Does the world need yet another e-book platform? Blio is another e-bok platform based on Microsoft technology.
iRiver is hopping on to the increasingly crowded e-book reader bandwagon.
The 42-inch AOC Envision L42H961 LCD struggles with fast-motion content, but is otherwise a decent no-frills TV at a rock-bottom price.
The number of high-quality e-readers available is mushrooming. We tested seven and gave our highest marks to one that might surprise you.
With the addition of ePub support, the Sony Reader Touch Edition shapes up as a formidable competitor to Amazon's Kindles.
The Sony Reader Pocket Edition delivers mainstream e-book features in a highly portable package at a great price.
From its aspirational brand name to its hip tinted metallic case, Interead's Cool-ER e-book reader clearly strives to distinguish itself from the black-and-gray competition
The Astak EZReader PocketPro has lots of great features for its price, but they don't make up for poor font options and subpar usability.
Articles by Yardena Arar