The AR.Drone, a quadrocopter controlled by your iPhone or iPod touch, packs an impressive amount of technology into its styrofoam shell. While expensive, it's a lot of fun once you get the hang of its controls.
Amazon.com may be considering building prototypes of gadgets other than its Kindle e-reader, according to a New York Times report.
DXG hopes to be at the forefront of the 3D camcorder trend with its DXG-5D7V 3D Pocket Camcorder that will sell for $600.
Convenient Clear Spot travel router offers ease of setup and connects multiple devices via Wi-Fi.
A helicopter controlled by a iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch will go on sale in September for $299.
Don't settle on buying dad a tie this Father's Day. Get him a geeky gift he'll appreciate.
The Clear 4G USB Modem is great if you're in a 4G coverage area; but if you live or travel in 3G service areas, you might be better off getting a dual-mode 3G/4G modem.
With Netflix on nearly every device without an Apple logo, and Google introducing Google TV, Apple's "hobby" is facing tough new challenges for consumers's living rooms. Apple needs to make some significant changes if Apple TV is going to meet its new competition.
Google and Sony take shots at Apple, but at least Cupertino manages to escape one bizarre lawsuit and the company can remain secure in the knowledge that the iPad business is booming.
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology are researching ways to harvest energy from motions like walking or running to power consumer electronics.