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Twitterrific 2 for IPhone
Being first out the door can be good. Twitterrific was probably the first Twitter client on the Mac, a version of it appeared on the iPhone early on in the...

Two Useful IChat 4.0 Features
Here are a couple of basic little iChat features you may not have discovered just yet. I believe both of these features require iChat 4.0, which shipped with OS...

U.K. Advertising Watchdog Bans 'misleading' IPhone Ad
How fast is "really fast"? Well, according the United Kingdom's Advertising Standards Agency, it's not nearly fast enough. At...

U.S. Military Extensively Using iPod Touch

URS Releases Saturation Plug-in 2.5
Long time Macintosh audio software developer, Unique Recording Software (URS), introduced the latest in its line of audio...

US Lawmakers Take Another Shot at Patent Reform
U.S. lawmakers have proposed patent reforms that would reduce the amount of money paid out following patent disputes.

Unicycling Murata Robot Is Back, This Time Faster

Up Close With the New IPod Nano
At a recent Apple music event, the company announced a new crop of iPods. Nice as it is to have a faster iPod touch, I find the 5G nano the most compelling new...

Vendors Confirm IPod Headphone-chip Rumors
Apple's third-generation iPod shuffle no longer includes the familiar control pad of previous models, instead providing a...

Verizon Adds Hotspots to Consumer Broadband
Verizon offered most of its wired broadband customers free access to Wi-Fi hotspots around the U.S.

ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook HD
For people who want a portable media player but don't want to break the bank, ViewSonic offers the VPD400 MovieBook HD. It's more affordable than a $199 8GB iPod...

Virgin America and Google Team up for Free In-flight Wi-Fi
Virgin America and Google are teaming up to make holiday traveling more bearable. The search giant is subsidizing in-flight Wi-Fi service on the airline for the...

Virtual Bears, Futuristic Pods and Spaghetti Rain in Tokyo
The latest in robotics and virtual reality was on show over the weekend in Tokyo.

Vista's Flaws Surface Again on Eve of Windows 7 Beta
Conference attendees Tuesday were reminded of Vista's failings a day before the Windows 7 beta is expected to be publicly...

WD Introduces 2 Terabyte Hard Drive
Western Digital announced Tuesday the first 2 terabyte (TB) hard disk drive, a new addition to its Caviar Green product line...

WLAN Market Slammed, but 802.11n Gains
Dell'Oro said wireless LAN sales plummeted worldwide in the first quarter of this year.

Wal-Mart to Sell IPhone 3G Starting Dec. 28
Wal-Mart Friday announced the long-rumored availability of the iPhone 3G at almost 2,500 Wal-Mart stores beginning Sunday.

Watch Every Baseball Game With MLB's IPhone App
Three months after adding live video to its iPhone app, Major League Baseball has made another change that's sure to please fans eager to follow the pennant...

Wattpad Adopts Open E-book Standard
Wattpad--the online site for publishing, sharing, and reading e-books--says its e-book distribution network will support EPUB, the International Digital...

We're All Ears
Because they sit just inside the ends of your ear canals to block out a decent amount of external noise, a set of canalphones makes the ideal replacement for the...

Western Digital My Passport Studio 500GB
On paper, the My Passport Studio 500GB has a lot going for it. It's compact, offers three different connection types, has a...

What Mac Users Need to Know About Wi-Fi Direct
It's that time of year when travelers brace themselves to suffer the many small indignities of the road. Why can't it be easier to print on networks that you...

What We Want to See at CES 2009
Every year tens of thousands of people attend the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and each likely turns...

What We're Watching and Listening to Right Now
With so many great songs and albums, TV shows, movies, podcasts, and audiobooks out there, it can be hard to figure out what's worth watching or listening to...

What's Goin Down 2.0 Adds New User Interface
What's Goin Down 2.0, from Random Ideas, is a new release of the "professional-grade" TCP server network monitoring tool for the iPhone. The $5 application...

What's at Stake in the Apple-Psystar Case
Apple and Mac clone maker Psystar spent much of 2008 trading allegations in court filings. And with the companies' ongoing...

Who's Got the Button?
For some, the austere look of the iPod shuffle is a thing of beauty. But if you'd prefer your own set of headphones instead of the included Apple earbuds (which...

Why CableCard Isn't on the Mac
Over the last year there's one question that keeps floating up in e-mail I get from readers and on our forums: Why can't Mac...

Wi-Fi Coming to Japan's Bullet Trains Next Year
Passengers on Japan's super-fast bullet trains will be able to surf the Web while travelling at 270 kph thanks to a new...

Wi-Fi Group Launches Full 11n Certification
The Wi-Fi Alliance is launching a certification program based on the completed IEEE 802.11n standard on Wednesday.

Wi-Fi Group's Basic Test Won't Change With Final 11n
The Wi-Fi Alliance will not change the basic requirements of its IEEE 802.11n certification process when the standard is finished later this year.

Wi-Fi Hotspots Get a Second Wind
Wi-Fi hotspots are back in the spotlight. Cheaper international data roaming and better indoor coverage will help hotspots remain relevant.

Wi-Fi Provider Signs Deal With BART
The San Francisco area's BART rail system has signed a deal for a passenger Wi-Fi network throughout the system.

Wii Console Sales Hit 8 Million in Japan as Growth Slows
The console has outsold its competition two-to-one in Japan, and remains popular although sales are starting to slow.

Wii Sports Resort Coming in June in Japan, July Overseas
The long-awaited sequel to Wii Sports will take players onto the beach

Windows 7 Beta Available for Public Download
Microsoft made the Windows 7 beta available for public download Saturday, lifting the limit on the number of users who...

Windows Market Share Drops Under 90 Percent
The analysis firm Net Applications uses a certain set of websites to monitor OS and browser usage. Last month, the company did...

Windows Server 2008 R2 to Be Released in October
Microsoft said on Wednesday that its latest server product, Windows Server 2008 R2, will be broadly available on Oct. 22, the same time as Windows 7.

Wine Ph.D. for IPhone
A fine wine ages slowly and gracefully. A fine iPhone app should be graphically interesting, user friendly... and fast. With Wine Ph.D. for the iPhone and iPod...

Wireless Power Consortium to Unleash Electronic Gadgets
Several companies will start work on a standard for induction chargers used to power devices without wires.

With New Shuffles Released, 2G Shuffles off Its Mortal Coil
When Apple updated the iPod shuffle in March to its present 1.8-by-0.7-by-0.3-inch form factor, it kept around the colorful second-generation model. Presumably...

With Release in Sight, Retrospect 8 in Public Beta
The folks from EMC and Iomega--which EMC bought in April 2008--were united at this Macworld Expo, showing off a number of new...

Workamajig Releases Updates for IPhone Client
Workamajig has updated the iPhone client for access to Workamajig Project Management Software to Version

Xbox 360 Service Improvements Put Apple TV to Shame
Microsoft's new plans to enhance its Xbox 360 video game console's potential as a home entertainment hub may ultimately put pressure on Apple to improve the...

Yahoo: Michael Jackson Leads Top Ten Searches of 2009
Yahoo unveiled its list of 2009's top searches on Tuesday, with Michael Jackson in first place.

Yammer for IPhone
Do you Twitter? If so, you might want to Yammer too. Think of Yammer as Twitter for the enterprise. It is completely separate...

Zensify for IPhone
Over the past two years, social networks have pretty much taken over the world. For some--especially among the younger generation--services such as Facebook and...

ZigBee Develops Standard for Devices Without Batteries
The ZigBee Alliance is working on a standard that will let products power themselves using energy harvesting techniques, it said on Monday.

Zork to Return as Web-based Casual MMO
Ready to be eaten by a Grue? Jolt Online Gaming on Wednesday announced Legends of Zork, a Web browser-based game based on the...

Zune Chokes on Leap-year Bug
Microsoft says that Zune 30GB players were frozen today because of a bug in the device's internal clock driver.

Zune HD = IPod Touch? Uh, No....
Blame it on the rain, the resulting muck and mire, or the redwood curtain that separates Cupertino from Redmond, but it appears that news travels very slowly...

AT&T Tilt PDA Phone
This PDA phone is a bit costly, but it operates well as a device that fits in your hand and offers maximum flexibility.

AT&T to target iPhone to enterprise
AT&T Inc. plans to market the iPhone to business users in addition to consumers but analysts aren't recommending that enterprises supply workers with the phones.

Acer to acquire smartphone maker E-Ten
Acer, the world's third largest PC vendor, has signed an agreement to buy handheld device maker E-Ten Information Systems of Taiwan.

BlackBerry Curve 8300
Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Curve 8300 adds a dash of Pearl chic to a more powerful, keyboard-equipped smart phone.

Chunghwa may be first to sell Chinese Google phone
Chunghwa Telecom may become the first mobile phone network operator to offer users a Chinese-language Google phone, courtesy of its close relationship with smartphone maker High Tech Computer (HTC).

Cingular 8525
The very fast data access offered by this PDA phone is undermined by poor battery life and a bulky design.

Dell Smartphone Appears Imminent, Analysts Say
Dell is primed to enter the mobile-phone arena with a smartphone, but it will need an Apple iPhone killer to really make a dent in the market, analysts said.

Details emerge of new Palm smart phone
Details of Palm Inc.'s new smart phone are emerging ahead of the product's launch on Wednesday.

Do You Really Want an iPhone?
Apple's iPhone isn't the only cool smart phone out there; here are some alternatives worth considering.

FAQ: Google's Android Platform for Mobile Phones
When will you be able to buy a Google phone? We'll answer your questions about everything surrounding Android, the Google phone, and the Open Handset Alliance in this continually evolving FAQ.

FCC approves iPhone
The Federal Communications Commission approved Apple Inc.'s iPhone, clearing the way for the combined phone and music player to hit the shelves.

Facebook links up with Vodafone on mobile platform
Facebook took a new step into the mobile realm on Thursday, launching a platform for operators designed to make its social networking application work better on portable devices.

First Look: A Motorola Q Smart Phone for Travelers
Motorola's new Q 9H targets the international traveler who wants to be productive and enjoy multimedia with a Windows Mobile handheld, but it falls a bit short on data connectivity and GPS features.

First Look: A New Treo for the Masses
Palm debuts the Treo 680, which sports a slimmer design and a lower price tag but suffers from some serious gotchas.

First Look: Nokia E62 and T-Mobile Dash
Competing PDA/phones expand buyers' options, with improved capabilities and stylish looks.

First Look: Palm Centro Smart Phone
Our review finds Palm's $100 Centro to be a big step forward in a small package, despite the lack of some top-end features.

First Look: The AT&T Tilt Smart Phone
Whether you use the Tilt to type notes or to watch videos, its revolutionary adjustable, angled screen makes viewing a pleasure. And hey, it's also a versatile cell phone.

Get the iPhone look -- on your Pocket PC
Pocket PC users can get the look and feel of the iPhone before the iPhone even hits the shelves.

HP iPaq hw6920
HP's PDA phone includes support for many wireless standards but unforgivably lacks a 3G data connection.

HP wins license to sell more smartphones in China
Hewlett-Packard Co. has won a license from the Chinese government to sell more smartphone models in the country, a company spokeswoman said Thursday.

HTC Advantage X7501 PDA Smart Phone
Hybrid device's great display doesn't make up for an awkward phone and poor keyboard.

HTC Races to Ship Smartphone
Windows Mobile gains momentum as handset makers rally to release first device based on updated OS.

HTC Touch PDA Phone
This advanced PDA phone's touch-based interface and Windows Mobile 6 OS are promising applications, but the two don't mix well.

HTC already working on Google phone
Taiwanese mobile phone maker High Tech Computer (HTC) is already working on a Google phone, and will start selling it in the second half of next year, an executive said Tuesday.

HTC names Google phone, 'Dream'
The mobile phone High Tech Computer (HTC) has been developing to run on the Android software from Google will be called "Dream," have a large touchscreen and full QWERTY keypad, a person close to the situation said Thursday.

HTC shows 3G version of Touch smartphone
Taiwan's High Tech Computer Corp. (HTC) has taken the wraps off a thinner, faster version of its Touch smartphone.

HTC sold 2 million of its iPhone-rival handset last year
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC sold 2 million of the Microsoft-based mobile phones it developed to compete with the iPhone last year, the 'Touch' family of handsets.

HTC unveils 'laptop' 3G handset
HTC has launched a trio of smartphones at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, including a device resembling a tiny laptop and a Window Mobile 6-based handset with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

Hands On:Keyboard-Capable Cell Phones
These phones may offer sweet relief from the standard cell phone keypad.

Hands On With Verizon's New HTC Smart Phone
Our cell phone expert puts the HTC SMT5800 through its paces and finds out how it stacks up against Verizon's other Windows Mobile phones.

Helio Ocean
This stylish, feature-packed phone almost has it all.

How to: Buy a Mobile Phone
Here's an overview of the technology now available, the product options, and how well and far the devices will travel.

IPhone Requires iTunes, Apple says
Consumers planning to buy the iPhone when it goes on sale in the U.S. later this month will need to have an iTunes Store account before they can activate the device, according to information on Apple Inc.'s Web site.

IPhone competitors not there yet
So much for Apple Inc. raising the bar in the mobile phone industry.

ITC Rules in Nokia's Favor
An International Trade Commission judge made an initial ruling in Nokia's favor in an patent dispute with Qualcomm; final ruling expected in April.

India Still Wants Access to BlackBerry Transmissions
The government cites security needs, but expects to stop short of banning services for noncompliance.

Is the Palm OS Dying? Should You Care?
Some believe Palm OS smart phones are a dying breed--but there are good reasons not to count them out yet.

LG's iPhone-like phone launched in Europe
The iPhone-like handset that LG Electronics unveiled at August's Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) trade show is now on sale in Europe, the company said Monday.

Linux will be on a third of smartphones in 2012
By 2012, Linux will be running on nearly 31 percent of all smart devices, thanks to a growth rate faster than Windows Mobile and Symbian, according to predictions from a research firm.

Lotus Helps Power Smartphones, IBM Says
IBM revealed that Lotus Expeditor lies at the heart of Sprint's Titan development platform.

Memos on the Go
How to capture ideas and reminders when you're in transit--using tools you may already have.

Microsoft Ramps up Windows Mobile
To lure more consumers, it will distribute a Zumobi app that makes it easier to access Web sites and widgets.

Microsoft spinoff opens mobile beta
A Microsoft spinoff plans to release an open beta of a new mobile browsing user interface in mid-December.

Microsoft teams with Nokia to put Silverlight on devices
In its quest to make its Silverlight technology as ubiquitous as its competitor Flash, Microsoft is moving full speed ahead to promote adoption of the technology through some strategic moves and partnerships it will highlight at its annual MIX 08 conference, including a deal with Nokia to put the technology on mobile devices.

Mobile Site Domain Manager Offers Standards
DotMobi builds a database to help developers put better surfing tools on mobile devices.

Motorola Q Global PDA Phone
The Q Global PDA phone offers solid features for U.S. business travelers, but its GPS and broadband fall short overseas.

Motorola's tough PDA goes on the road
Motorola has launched a durable phone with GPS and Bluetooth for salespeople on the road -- updating the MC50 durable enterprise PDA made by recently-acquired Symbol.

No messages lost in BlackBerry outage, RIM says
Research In Motion acknowledged an outage left users in the Americas without access to their BlackBerry e-mail service on Monday, but said no messages were lost during the incident.

Nokia E62
This affordable PDA phone offers an impressive package of serious productivity software.

Nokia E70
This PDA phone features an excellent camera and a unique folding keyboard for easy typing.

Nokia E90 Communicator PDA Phone
The Nokia E90 offers almost everything you could ever want in a PDA phone, except usability and a low price.

Nokia unveils successor to N95
Nokia has unveiled a new high-end mobile phone with a 5 megapixel camera and a built-in GPS navigation system.

PDA/Cell Phone Hybrids
Information from About Guides and partners relating to PDA/Cell Phone Hybrids

Palm Centro PDA Phone (AT&T)
This sporty, slimmer variant of the Treo is available on the AT&T network.

Palm Treo 680
This affordable PDA phone features a sleeker design than past Treos, but relies on the same slow EDGE network for data access.

Palm Treo 700wx
This upgrade to the already-impressive Treo 700w adds some worthy improvements under the hood.

Palm prepares Linux platform for future smartphones
Palm Inc. will unveil a platform before the end of 2007 that runs the Palm OS on top of a Linux kernel, allowing the company to improve the performance and stability of its handhelds and smartphones, CEO Ed Colligan said Tuesday.

Palm's New Centro Phone: Treo Lite
Tired of your Treo? Palm's new Centro delivers the Palm OS in a much smaller, sprightlier 3G phone.

Palm to launch new mobile device
Palm Inc. plans to announce a new type of mobile device on Wednesday, as it continues its product-line transition from simple personal digital assistants (PDAs) to more advanced smartphones.

Pantech Duo PDA Phone
Pantech's PDA phone has a cool dual-sliding design, but it's saddled with spotty sound quality.

Preview Your Next Cell Phone--Virtually
TryPhone's virtual handsets don't replace the real thing, but they could help you narrow down the list of candidates when you're shopping.

Quanta stock leaps on iPhone order reports
Shares of Taiwan's Quanta Computer Inc. soared early Tuesday after the island's two largest financial daily newspapers said the company had won orders for Apple Inc. iPhones.

RIM BlackBerry 8703e
This all-business phone offers impressive e-mail features, but it lacks a camera and a media player.

RIM BlackBerry 8800
Among this phone's impressive features are excellent e-mail options, built-in GPS, and a sleek design.

RIM BlackBerry 8820 (T-Mobile) PDA/Cell Phone
This solid business phone gets a boost from the addition of voice over Wi-Fi.

RIM BlackBerry 8820
The first BlackBerry with Wi-Fi support debuts.

RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320
Voice-over-Wi-Fi feature makes an excellent phone even better.

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8120 (T-Mobile) PDA Phone
Sleek Pearl lets consumers use Wi-Fi to boost call quality where cell signals falter.

RIM adds APIs for new types of applications
Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) is hoping to expand the types of applications developers can make for its BlackBerry handheld by adding APIs (application programming interfaces) to the BlackBerry Java Development Environment.

RIM plans Wi-Fi BlackBerry
Research In Motion Ltd. expects to start selling a BlackBerry with both cellular and Wi-Fi wireless capabilities, the company's CEO said Thursday.

RIM's BlackBerry Bold Beats Apple to the 3G Punch
Research in Motion's sleek new BlackBerry Bold 9000 will support 3G networks worldwide, as well as Wi-Fi and GPS. Will it be able to withstand a 3G iPhone challenge?

Samsung Ace SPH-i325 PDA Phone
This PDA phone includes plenty of features that will keep you entertained while you're on the go.

Samsung BlackJack II PDA Phone
This slim and good-performing PDA phone can handle your calling, messaging, and mobile entertainment needs.

Samsung IP-830w
This dual-network phone suffers from an unappealing design and an even more unfriendly price tag.

Samsung Instinct PDA Phone
At $130 with a two-year contract, the Instinct is a good handset and a great deal. But this iPhone look-alike is unlikely to slay Apple's upcoming 3G handset.

Samsung SCH-i760, From Verizon
With the addition of the Samsung SCH-i760, Verizon gives its ho-hum selection of Windows Mobile 6 smart phones a much-needed boost.

Samsung develops RFID chip for mobile handsets
Samsung Electronics has developed an RFID (radio frequency identification) chip it hopes will turn mobile phones into more useful tools to tell people about the products and services they want.

Smart Phones Get Smarter
With big screens, QWERTY keyboards, and fast Net connections, sleek phones are packing PC-like power. We'll help you choose the right one.

Software glitch shuts down BlackBerry service
Some BlackBerry users in North America experienced problems on Friday when a software issue meant that the email service shut down, leaving the handheld device's email capabilities disabled.

Startup sets full mobile browser free
A growing set of developers is setting to work making Web browsing on a phone match the experience on a PC.

Sybase, HTC aim to improve Windows Mobile devices
IAnywhere Solutions Inc. has announced a partnership with High Tech Computer Corp. that could help smart phones based on Windows Mobile compete more effectively with the BlackBerry, according to an iAnywhere executive.

Symantec mobile security client delayed
Symantec Corp. has delayed the release of its first security suite for Windows Mobile devices.

T-Mobile Dash
This supersleek Windows Mobile hybrid is optimized for messaging, e-mail, and multimedia.

T-Mobile Shadow PDA Phone
With the Shadow, T-Mobile delivers a smarter smart phone than most; its tinny call quality may be a concern, however.

T-Mobile Sidekick ID
T-Mobile's Sidekick cell phone/PDA hybrid comes with removable rubberized bumpers and a $150 price tag.

T-Mobile Sidekick LX PDA Phone
This stylish PDA phone works wonders for messaging but can be awkward for phone calls.

Tips From a World Traveler
Leave the laptop at home, copy and paste blog posts, don't rely on your cell phone, and more tips.

Top 5 Cell Phone-PDAs
These are the top cell phone-PDAs today, but ratings and rankings can change quickly due to pricing and technology changes, so check back frequently for the latest info.

Turn a Smart Phone into a Wi-Fi Hot Spot
TapRoot Systems says its WalkingHotSpot software will let you use a 3G, Wi-Fi-enabled Windows Mobile or Symbian Series 60 handset as a Wi-Fi hot spot.

Vodafone CEO calls for mobile OS consolidation
The wide variety of operating systems on mobile phones is hindering the growth of cool mobile Internet applications, according to Arun Sarin, CEO of network operator Vodafone.

Vodafone launches consumer-targeted Palm smartphone
As part of a strategy to generate greater revenue from mobile data services, Vodafone Group PLC has collaborated with Palm Inc. to launch a smartphone modeled after the Treo 750v but at a fraction of the price and with a newly designed user interface.

Vodafone's new handset lineup to include iPhone rival
Vodafone Group PLC plans to launch several phones for holiday shoppers in Europe, including a high-end, touch-screen rival to Apple Inc.'s iPhone.

What Google's Mobile OS Will Do for Your Next Cell Phone
When will you be able to buy a Google phone? We'll answer your questions about everything about Android, the Google phone, and the Open Handset Alliance in this evolving FAQ.

Zander says Motorola will rebound with new handsets
The day after announcing that 4,000 employees will be laid off, Motorola Inc. CEO Ed Zander told investors that he plans to boost profits with a wide range of multimedia handsets, instead of relying on a single blockbuster product like the Razr cell phone.

iPhone, Therefore I Am
Plus: a (much) nicer Linux interface and second-gen UMPCs.

BitTorrent's Battle for Bandwidth Intensifies
P-to-P services want to expand, but ISPs still view them as pirates that clog traffic.

Elude Your ISP's BitTorrent Blockade
More and more Internet service providers are blocking traffic to the peer-to-peer file-sharing service. Find out whether you've been targeted, and learn how get around the restrictions.

Information from About Guides and partners relating to Peer-to-Peer

Synchronizing Computers
Microsoft's FolderShare is a great tool for keeping two PCs in sync.

Livescribe Pulse Smartpen
Pen with digital capabilities is a truly innovative and fun way to take notes and record audio.

Pen & Stylus
Information from About Guides and partners relating to Pen & Stylus

Wacom ships Intuos3 Special Edition
Wacom has introduced the Intuos3 Special Edition to mark its 25 years in the business.

Pentium 4
Information from About Guides and partners relating to Pentium 4

Pentium III
Information from About Guides and partners relating to Pentium III

Fine-Tune Printing From the Web With Lexmark Toolbar for IE

Go Green and Save Green With Freebies MonitorES

Photocopier Expert Simplifies Complicated Printer-and-Scanner Setups

Printee Saves Paper, But Doesn't Spare You Any Trouble

Scroll Inactive Windows with WizMouse

USBDriveFresher Removes Hidden Junk From Portable Flash Drives

VueScan Standard Keeps Older Scanners Humming

With SilverFast SE, Your Important Scans Look More Like Originals

5 Ways to Cure Cable Clutter
Do your pets get hopelessly trapped in the tangle of cords and cables behind your desk? You may need help. And we've got it.

Computer Peripherals - Monitors, Mice and more computer peripherals
News, reviews and how to information related to computer peripherals.

You Tell Us: What Goes in This Year's Tech Top 100?
It's time once again for PC World to rank the top 100 tech products available today. Share your picks with us in our 15-minute survey, and you might win an iPod Touch.

'Mighty Mouse' Trademark Awarded, but Not to CBS or Apple
Remember how when Apple first introduced the Mighty Mouse, they had to license use of the name from CBS, thanks to everyone's second-favorite cartoon rodent? And...

A Digital Photo Frame That Goes Beyond Image

A Way to Sniff Keystrokes From Thin Air
Researchers say they have found new ways to determine information users type into keyboards, presenting a security risk.

AKG Headphones Coming to America
Audio specialist Harman International's AKG brand has already made a name for itself in the professional audio realm for its...

AKG Releases Two New Microphones
Mac using musicians are always looking for the best sound quality when recording music, whether it's for instruments or...

Able Planet PS500MM True Fidelity Headset
Able Planet's claim to fame is the development of headphones designed for people with hearing disabilities, but the company's Linx Audio technology has enabled...

Access All Exposé Modes on Newer Keyboards
If you've got a newer Mac--or perhaps just one of Apple's newer keyboards--you've probably noticed new newly-defined special...

Adapx Capturx for Microsoft Office OneNote

An Array of Audio Offerings at AES
Over the weekend, I visited San Francisco's Moscone Center--home of Macworld Expo every January--to check out the annual AES...

Apogee Introduces GiO Audio Interface and Foot Controller
Apogee has introduced GiO, an audio interface and foot controller for the Mac, designed to work with Apple's new Logic Studio and GarageBand '09.

Apple Keyboard and Wireless Keyboard
When Apple announced the aluminum iMac in August 2007, the company also quietly released two new keyboards: the full-size...

Apple Magic Mouse Still MIA as Software Update Arrives
Apple has issued a new Mac software update that lets Bluetooth-enabled Macintosh users employ the company's cool new, touch-sensitive wireless "Magic Mouse." The...

Apple Magic Mouse
Based on pure aesthetics, Apple's new Magic Mouse is a crowning achievement for the company's design team. Sophisticated, alluring, and downright stunning, the...

Apple Needs To Rename the Mighty Mouse

Apple Releases Magic Mouse Software Updates
On Tuesday, Apple released software updates for Leopard and Snow Leopard to support the new Magic Mouse ( Macworld rated 3.5 out of 5 mice ).

Apple Unveils Multi-Touch Magic Mouse

Apple Update Fixes Issues With Some Nvidia Cards
Apple on Monday afternoon released Nvidia Graphics Update 2009, which according to the release notes is designed to improve...

Apple's In-Ear Headphones Finally Out-well, Almost
You might be forgiven for not remembering the In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic that Apple announced during its September...

Apple's New Magic Mouse is One Clever Rodent

Are the QWERTY Keyboard's Days Numbered?

Audio 2 DJ USB Audio Interface Coming in September
Native Instruments (NI) on Tuesday announced Audio 2 DJ, a new USB audio interface for DJ's. It's coming in September for $119.

Audio-Technica Intros Improved Noise-canceling Headphones
Audio-Technica announced Wednesday the ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Active Noise-canceling Headphones, an update to the company's older ATH-ANC7 model.

B&W Announces Headphones, Computer Speakers
High-end audio vendor Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) this week announced the company's first headphones and first computer speakers.

Bamboo Fun and Bamboo Pen & Touch
For years, Wacom's graphics tablets have let digital artists and others dispense with a mouse in favor of an intuitive, precise pen. Now the company's newly...

Belkin Offers 'switch to Mac' Cable
Belkin is offering a new "Switch-to-Mac" cable for PC users who want to transfer data to a new Macintosh. It costs US$49.99...

Belkin Pulls out of Macworld Expo
For the second time this week, a major vendor has pulled out of Macworld Conference & Expo being held next month...

Belkin Rolls out New Comfort Mice, Including Bluetooth Model
Peripheral maker Belkin has announced a new line of Comfort Mice -- computer mice designed to offer the optimum position for comfortable use. They'll be...

Blue Microphone Introduces Eyeball and Mikey
Blue Microphones is perhaps best known amongst their line of distinctive USB microphones, including the Snowball and the...

Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000
Frankly, there's not a whole heck of a lot to say about Microsoft's small, attractive Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000, other...

Booq Mamba Pack
When it comes to having a laptop backpack that provides loads of room for more than just a laptop--books, accessories...

Bugs & Fixes: Magic Mouse Loses Its Way
I am now on my second Magic Mouse (Get Best Current Price), having returned the first one within days of getting it. It looks as if I will soon be returning the...

Build Muscle While Checking E-mail
A hacked handgrip exerciser works as a mouse

Canon CanoScan LiDE 200 Scanner

Canon Offers High-speed Business Scanners for Macs
Canon U.S.A. on Monday introduced the imageFormula DR-2510M and DR-2010M desktop scanners, the first fully Mac-compatible high-speed document scanners offered...

Cure for the Non-working Number Pad
Reader Gordon Whitney finds the right fifth of his keyboard strangely unresponsive. He writes:

Cures for a Crusty Keyboard
Reader Marcie Phipps seeks to clean up her act. She writes:

DiNovo Edge Mac Edition Keyboard
Ever since Logitech released the Windows-only diNovo Edge keyboard, back in 2006, many Mac users have wished for a Mac...

Digital Gear: Battle the Clutter of Remotes
Are the number of audio and video remotes at home getting out of hand? A new set of universal remote controls introduced in the last few months could help you...

Doxie Document and Photo Scanner Coming in Nov. for $129
Apparent has announced Doxie, a new document scanner that works with Macs and Windows PCs. It will cost $129 when it's released in November.

Drone USB Bluetooth Adapter Debuts
Callpod has introduced the Drone, a Bluetooth VOIP and stereo adapter that plugs into your Mac's USB port. It costs US$49.95.

Eddy Winner: Canon Pixma MX850 Multifunction Printer
When it comes to multifunction devices, versatility is a good thing, and Canon's US$280 Pixma MX850 is one of the most...

Eddy Winner: Logitech DiNovo Edge Keyboard
People have been waiting for a Mac-compatible version of Logitech's acclaimed diNovo Edge keyboard since the Windows model was...

Editors Keys Intros USB Mics and 'Portable Vocal Booth' has released a range of Studio USB Vocal Microphones, Portable Vocal Booths, Pop Filters and Studio Head Phones aimed at budding and professional...

Enable Momentum Scrolling for Magic Mouse in 10.5
If you happen to have a new Magic Mouse running on OS X 10.5, you may be disappointed to find that it lacks a feature you get with Snow Leopard: momentum...

Epson Intros Three New Business Projectors
Epson America on Tuesday launched three new EX multimedia digital projector models, the EX70, EX50 and EX 30. They're priced...

Epson Perfection V300 Photo Scanner

Epson Perfection V300 Photo
As multifunction devices proliferate, it seems that the selection of stand-alone scanners is shrinking. Often, though, the...

Epson Unveils New Lower-priced 1080p Projector
Epson America on Thursday introduced a new High Definition (HD) digital projector that it claims is the industry's first to be...

Epson WorkForce GT-1500
Epson's WorkForce GT-1500 is a color document scanner designed to simplify the tedious task of scanning stacks of text...

ExactScan Supports More Than 160 Scanners
ExactCODE GmbH has announced the release of ExactScan 2.1, an update to its general-purpose scanning software for Mac OS X. It...

Finally — a Wireless Keyboard You Can Love

First Look: Apple Magic Mouse
People have strong opinions about computer mice--after all, a mouse (along with a keyboard) physically forms a personal connection between you and your Mac...

Five Unexpected Uses for the Esc Key
The Esc key has long been the "get me outta here" panacea for many things: canceling a dialog box, getting rid of a button-less splash screen, closing a menu...

Five Unexpected Uses for the Option Key
The Option key is the unsung hero of the keyboard. Since the earliest days of the Mac, it has provided access to special font characters; revealed alternative...

Gear Guide, Part Four: Gear for the Desktop
As part of our Winter Gear Guide, we've already tackled great gift ideas aimed at the iPhone, iPod, and Mac laptops. In this...

Genius MousePen I608
Compared to its better-known competitors from Wacom, Genius' $99 MousePen i608 graphics tablet offers more real estate for less money: Its 8-by-6-inch working...

Get More From Your Mouse

Griffin Intros Kid-friendly MyPhones Headphones
Accessory vendor Griffin Technology has announced MyPhones, a set of over-the-ear headphones for kids. Designed for children age three to 12, MyPhones are...

Gyration Air Mouse
Gyration's Air Mouse feels like the product of a fly-by-night relationship between a Wii Remote controller and a traditional mouse. The Air Mouse sports an...

Handwriting Recognition Service for Mac Comes to Device
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but if it lacks the capabilities available to users on other platforms, it's of limited use on the Mac side.

Handwriting Recognition for Mac Comes to Pulse Smartpen
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but if it lacks the capabilities available to users on other platforms, it's of limited use on the Mac side.

Headphone Buying Guide (2009)
If you're looking to improve the audio coming from your iPod, iPhone, or Mac, a new set of headphones is probably the most rewarding upgrade you can make...

I-Rocks KR-6170M I-mini X-Slim Keyboard
Sometimes just the basics will do, and for those in the market for an inexpensive replacement keyboard, the not-so-basically...

I-rocks RF-7550A 2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse
The i-rocks RF-7550A 2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse is a decent mouse created by a company that doesn't believe in the famous...

ICON 225 3G USB Modem Debuts
Nova media has introduced the iCON 225, a new USB-based 3G modem for the Mac. It costs €117 (US$156).

IFixit Tears Down the Magic Mouse
Every time Apple releases a bunch of new products, the folks at iFixit have a field day tearing them down one-by-one and baring their innards for all to...

ILuv Intros 2.1 Speaker With Built-in USB Hub
iLuv has announced plans to launch the iSP200, a new compact speaker system. It'll debut at CES in Las Vegas next month, but...

IMuffs MB220
The magical promise of Bluetooth headphones is the capability to listen to your music without wires as seamlessly as if you'd...

IPod Earbud Revelation Is Shocking
With a troubled economy and a lingering concerns about the spread of swine flu, you'd think we have enough to worry about without our consumer electronics...

JBL Introduces New Studio Monitors
JBL Professional introduced the LSR2300, a new line of studio monitors designed for computer-based music production systems.

KB Covers Foregoes Covers, Intros Actual Keyboards
KB Covers has long produced protective silicone covers for a variety of Apple keyboards; among the most popular covers are application-specific models that...

Kensington Offers New Laptop, IPhone and IPod Accessories
Accessory-maker Kensington released some new products for use with Apple's notebooks, iPhones and iPods.

Kensington Puts It All on the Ball
Accessory maker Kensington announced the SlimBlade Trackball Tuesday at Macworld Expo.

Kensington Rolls out Mice, Chargers
Kensington announced a number of new accessories for desktops, laptops, iPods, and iPhones Tuesday to coincide with Macworld...

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball
While desktop trackballs may seem old school, they're still quite popular--a number of Macworld editors currently use Kensington's Expert Mouse as their regular...

Keyboards Buying Guide
Is there a more underappreciated part of your desktop computer system than the keyboard? It's the second-most-used component--after the display, of course--and...

Keys Any Way You Like It
If there's a place where Windows has always had an advantage over the Mac, it's in supporting esoteric peripherals. Take the...

Kinesis Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac
Of all the keyboards we've looked at recently, Kinesis' Freestyle Solo is the only one with good ergonomics as its primary...

Kinesis Low-Force Keypad for Mac
If your main Mac is a laptop, or if your favorite keyboard is missing a numeric keypad, a standalone keypad is one way to replace those useful keys. Although...

Klipsch to Offer Headphones for New IPod Shuffle
Klipsch on Thursday announced that it will release new headphones for the third-generation iPod shuffle. The new headphones...

Lexmark Accessory Turns Laser Printer Into RFID Tag Printer
The Lexmark RFID UHF Option was released this week as a $2,500 accessory to the company's T654 monochrome laser printer. When equipped with this option, the...

Line 6 Releases the KB37 Audio Interface
Audio hardware and software-maker, Line 6, released its newest interface, the POD Studio KB37.

Livescribe's Pulse Smartpen for Mac
Livescribe made some noise earlier this year when it released the Pulse Smartpen for the PC. Its ability to record sound and...

Logitech Intros G13 Gameboard
Logitech on Wednesday introduced the G13 advanced gameboard, a keyboard peripheral designed to work on Macs and PCs. It costs...

Logitech MX 1100 Cordless Laser Mouse
When a company puts out a highly acclaimed mouse like the MX Revolution Mouse, the bar gets set pretty high. Logitech's new MX...

Logitech's New Mice Like Shiny Objects
Logitech on Wednesday expanded the company's line of high-end mice with two models that offer enhanced scrolling capabilities. Thanks to the company's new...

M-Audio Releases New USB MIDI Keyboards
M-Audio introduced a new series of USB MIDI keyboards designed for Mac using musicians.

Mac News Briefs: Pointer Loop Offers In-air Control of Macs
Hillcrest Labs introduced a new in-air mouse Monday that lets you control an on-screen cursor with the motions of your hand. Hillcrest's Loop pointer is targeted...

Mac-compatible Bluetooth Web Cam Debuts
Ecamm Network on Friday introduced its BT-1 Bluetooth wireless Web cam, which it calls the world's first such device.

Macally AccuGlide
Sometimes a unique, innovative design is a good thing. Sometimes it's not. Macally's AccuGlide diminutive USB mouse is an...

Macally Pebble Five-button USB Laser Mouse
Now that we're well into the 21st century, it escapes me why anyone would choose a wired USB mouse over one of its wireless...

Macally Turtle Mouse
At first glance, the Macally Turtle appears to be simply an attractive wireless mouse--perhaps a bit small and light (at 2.5...

Make the Most of Your Middle Mouse Button
Are you neglecting that "middle child" of mouse buttons? Here's one easy way to get some extra use from it.

Matias Folding Keyboard
If you spend a lot of time working on the road--for example, in hotel rooms or at a remote office--bringing along a portable...

Meet Tech's Product Name Guru
How do they come up with technology product names like "BlackBerry" and Windows "Azure"? In this Q&A, David Placek, the guru whose company came up with those two and many more, takes us inside the product name game.

Mice Buying Guide
All hail the humble mouse, lowly foot soldier of the productivity wars, pint-size pointer-pushing pawn in service to mighty King Mac. Your mouse is the only...

Microsoft Explorer Mouse
They might seem old fashioned, but trackball mice have one thing going for them: so long as there is a solid surface, you can always use a trackball mouse and it...

Microsoft Launches Hardware to Complement Vista
To complement its Windows Vista operating system, software giant Microsoft Corporation recently launched its latest suite of...

Microsoft Patent Makes Smartphones More Like PCs
Patented Microsoft technology allows smartphones to connect to peripherals and networks the way PCs do.

Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000
With the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000, Microsoft has designed a wireless keyboard and mouse that work well on the Mac, both in...

Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000
I use a MacBook Pro on a daily basis, and I prefer to use a mouse than the trackpad. I find most mobile mice too small or too light, and for a while, I used...

Miking Drums, Amps, and Recording to the Mac
We often give musicians sole credit as the artists behind the music we like listening to, but the truth is, they're just a...

Mimio Studio 6 for Mac Adds Multimedia Support
Mimio has announced the forthcoming release of Mimio Studio 6 for Mac, coming late in June, 2009.

Monochrome Multifunction Printers Roundup
Having printing, scanning, copying, and even faxing in one unit not only saves room, but can also be more affordable than buying separate devices.

Moshi Celesta Keyboard
If you're looking for a Mac-styled keyboard but you're not a fan of Apple's own, Moshi's Celesta is a stylish and functional...

Multifunction Devices Pose Tax Headache for EU Policymakers
EU officials are debating what distinguishes a printer from a copier, or a phone from a TV. The distinction could add up to 14...

Multifunction Printers
Multifunction printers--also called all-in-one printers--combine a printer, scanner, copier, and sometimes a fax machine into...

New Boston Acoustic Speakers Work With IPods, IPhone
Boston Acoustics introduced a new speaker system at the Consumer Electronics Show Thursday. The Horizon i-DS³ Powered Speaker...

New Logitech Mice Work on Any Surface

Numark Offers Portable Vinyl-record Archiving System
Numark on Thursday introduced the PT-01USB, a portable vinyl record archiving system. Pricing was not announced.

OpenOffice Introduces Multi-Button Confusion With New Mouse

Pebble Wireless Mouse
As a pint-size piece of hardware, Macally's Pebble Wireless mouse is nothing special. When paired with the company's Input...

Possibly Faulty Adapters on the Loose
We waited and waited for Apple's Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI adapter to start shipping. Then we waited some more. All...

Razer ProType Keyboard
If you're looking for a new keyboard, and you've also got an iPod or iPhone, Razer's ProType aims to clean up some desk...

Remapping PC Keyboards
Reader Roger Vaught would like to bring a little more Mac goodness to his PC keyboard. He writes:

Researchers: Cheap Scanners Can 'Fingerprint' Paper

Researchers Develop 3-D Squeezable Input Device

Roundup: 12 Canalbud Headphones
As Macworld has noted many times, a better set of headphones is the easiest way to get more audio enjoyment out of your iPod or iPhone. We recently took a look...

Roundup: 9 In-ear-canal Headphones
There's no easier way to improve the sound quality of your iPod than to swap out the original Apple earbuds for something better. With the right 'phones (and...

Sanyo Introduces Ultra-portable Projector
Sanyo on Thursday introduced the PLC-XW57 ultra-portable projector for the education and business markets.

Scosche Passport
Although all recent iPods, and both iPhone models, require a USB connection to sync with your computer, until this year's...

Share Peripherals Between Laptops and Desktops

Shure Announces First Over-the-ear Headphones
Headphone vendor Shure, known for its in-ear-canal headphones, in-ear monitors, and headphones, announced today the company's first foray into traditional...

SlimBlade Media Notebook Set
The Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set is inarguably a stylish group of wireless input devices. Its three-piece matching...

SmartShare USB
You never know what's going to catch your eye as you pound the Macworld Expo show floor. I was hurriedly making my way through...

Sonos Unveils New Music System Controller, Software
Sonos announced Monday the Sonos Controller 200, a complete overhaul of the company's wireless controller for its Multi-Room Music System. Whereas the original...

Sony Shows Prototype Next-gen Speakers
Sony has developed next-gen prototype speakers based on the same technology in its Sountina that hang from a ceiling or come...

Starting out in College, the Mac Way
For the past few months, I've been working as an intern in Macworld's San Francisco office, testing products, camping out for the iPhone 3GS, and engaging in a...

Strike the Right Key
Maybe a keyboard doesn't sound like the sort of gift that inspires squeals of delight come holiday time, but at least you know it's something the recipients are...

Synaptics Looks to Boost Touchpad Functionality
Synaptics is looking to make touchpads more user-friendly through custom gestures and haptics.

Targus Bluetooth Presenter
Among the myriad uses for a laptop is giving presentations using PowerPoint or, for Mac users, Keynote. In fact, for many...

Targus Intros Bluetooth Mouse, Peripherals for Mac
Computer case and accessory maker Targus on Tuesday introduced its first line of notebook accessories designed specifically...

Targus Wireless Mouse for Mac
Designed to appeal to the Apple aesthetic, the Targus Wireless Mouse for Mac will draw comparisons to Apple's Wireless Mighty Mouse ( Macworld rated 4 out of 5...

The Mobile Office, Part 2
With a portable printer and other micro gadgets, you can take your office on the road--but don't expect full-sized quality.

The Wolverine Internet Radio Is Almost Good
This week I have a new entrant into the dedicated Internet radio player market: The World Radio from Wolverine Data.

Tips for Those Usually Useless Function Keys

TuneBoard Speaker Keyboard
Two common aftermarket Mac accessories are keyboards and speakers. For those shopping for both--especially if you have limited space or just don't like a lot of...

Up Close With Shure's X2u Mic Adapter
Exhibiting at both Macworld Expo and the Consumer Electronics Show this week, Shure announced new products that bring...

V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks
I desperately wanted to hate Logitech's V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks, but I instead found it to be the best...

Verbatim Wireless Desktop Laser Mouse
Verbatim's Wireless Desktop Laser Mouse is a good wireless mouse for people who prefer to use the 2.4GHz wireless spectrum with a USB receiver connected to their...

Wacom Introduces Intuos4 Tablet
Tablet-maker Wacom on Wednesday introduced its next generation of pen tablets designed for the creative professional. The...

Wacom Releases New Bamboo Tablet Line
Wacom has added multi-touch, finger-based input to its updated Bamboo line of consumer tablets. The new family includes five tablets: touch-only, pen-only, and...

Want a Faster Interface? Put a Chip in Your Skull

Why Can't I Run Multiple USB Devices?
ImAWhat asked the Answer Line forum why, when he has two USB devices plugged into his "really cheap laptop," he can't run a third.

Wired Enhanced Visibility Internet Keyboard
VisiKey's Wired Enhanced Visibility Internet Keyboard is unique among keyboards we've tested in that it's designed for...

Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 SE
The trackpad on Mac notebooks works well, but it's hard to beat a mouse for general Mac input. Road warriors who pack a mouse...

First Look: Business Tools Help Quicken Edge Out Money Plus
Intuit's latest finance package offers a bit more to small companies than does Microsoft's product.

Online Finance Services Show Where It Goes

Personal Finance
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Personal Finance
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First Look: Battle of the TV Place-Shifting Devices
Sony LocationFree TV and HAVA Wireless HD let you watch your TV remotely, but which product works better?

First Look: Honest Technology's My-IPTV & Cam Anywhere
Affordable remote-access USB TV tuner and Web camera hardware permit TV viewing from almost any PC.

First Look: Slingbox Keeps You in Touch With Your TV
TV junkies will love this place-shifting device, but adding it to your home network can be messy.

Lite-On HD-A760GX
This recorder has a large hard drive, but it lacks a commercial-skip feature and its jukebox functions are limited.

Panasonic DMR-EH55S
This easy-to-use, midpriced recorder offers many features such as a TV Guide electronic program guide, a G-Link port, and an HDMI connection.

Personal Video Recorders
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Philips DVDR3455H
This low-priced recorder looks stylish and has a great remote, but it lacks a commercial-skip function and won't copy from a DVD to its hard drive.

Philips plans rival to TiVo personal video recorder
Dutch consumer electronics manufacturer Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV is developing a personalized video recorder application that learns users' viewing tastes, and that could compete with TiVo.

Pioneer DVR-640H-S
This reasonably priced recorder writes to almost all media, offers jukebox features, and comes with an exceptional remote.

Toshiba RD-XS55
This sleek machine offers an HDMI port, ethernet connectivity, and lots of configurable features, but it's too complex for the average user.

$2.5 Million iPhone Coming to a Palace Near You

'America at Home' Comes to the IPhone
Envision has released a new application for the iPhone based on the book, "America at Home."

'Find My IPhone' May Find Its Way Into IPhone OS 3.0
At the iPhone OS 3.0 event in Cupertino, Apple announced a bevy of forthcoming feature additions and updates in the third...

'Free' iPhone Apps May Now Come with a Price

'I Am Richer' App Appears in Android Store
The essentially useless "I am Richer" application has appeared in the Android market, after a similar one was pulled from...

'Obama's BlackBerry': Texts From Commander in Chief
It's no secret that U.S. President Barack Obama is a BlackBerry user; the man jumped through hoops just to be able to keep his beloved 'Berry after moving into...

Palm Pre: Can it Live Up to the Hype, or Will it Flop?

101 PhotoFilters for IPhone
Turning a snapshot into a photographic work of art is exciting. I will never forget using Photoshop 3.0, playing with effects to make my pitiful photos look like...

11 Ways to Sync Your Data With an IPhone
Can your data appear in two places at once? With a little sleight of hand and the help of some smart apps, you can access your calendar, your files, and even...

15 Great Uses for GPS on the IPhone
Travelers used to need a guidebook, map, local newspaper, and much more just to cover the basics of getting around an unfamiliar city. Today, location-aware apps...

15 IPhone 3.0 Features We'd Like to See
Talk about ungrateful--the iPhone hadn't been out for more than a month when we created our first list of "missing" iPhone...

2010: The Year of the Droid?

2010 to Be 'year of Conflict' in Mobile
Despite a lagging economy that continues to drag down the market, 2010 promises to be an exciting year in mobile, analysts say.

3 Reasons Why Twitter's Geolocation Feature is Cool

3 Reasons Why iPhone Won't Get Adobe Flash

3000 Awesome Facts Pro for the IPhone
Fact is, Nikolay Nachev's 3000 Awesome Facts Pro is a nifty trivia app for the iPhone and iPod touch. I'm not entirely certain why the app bears the "pro"...

32GB iPhone Looking More Likely

3D Camera for IPhone
I admit it: I keep a pair of 20-year-old 3-D glasses I got from a comic book in my desk drawer. I brought them to work back in 1997 when the Mars Pathfinder...

3G Means More Porn, China Laments Amid Cleanup

3G Service, Satisfaction Survey Underway
Happy with your 3G phone service? Or perhaps not so happy? Blazing fast? Too slow, too many dropped calls? As we've found in the past, 3G speeds and coverage...

4 Ingredients for IPhone
What's for dinner? In my house, some days we know the answer to that question well in advance, preparing meals ahead of time with no last-minute scrambling. Then...

4 Secrets About BlackBerry Desktop for Mac

4GB iPhone Coming Next Week?

5 Apps for Finding iPhone Apps

5 Ways Wireless Carriers Gouge You--And How to Fight Back

7 Surprising Uses for the IPhone's Camera
These days, a 2-megapixel camera may not seem like much. But add Web access, a pocket-size Mac, and third-party apps to the mix, and presto! That humble camera...

A $99 8GB iPhone 3GS to Kill the Motorola Droid?

Apple Rumors: iPod Gets an iPhone-like Camera and 'Project Charlie'

A Closer Look at INQ Mobile’s New Colorful Handsets

A Closer Look at the IPhone 3G S
Summer's almost here and you know what that means -- time for new iPhones! For the third straight year, Apple's release of a new iPhone model has caused...

A Masterpiece Collection for IPhone
Classics by Andrew Kaz and Phill Ryu received critical acclaim and tremendous buzz when it first appeared in the App Store last autumn. The book application was...

A Million iPhone 3G S Sold, still no iPhone 3G

A Peek at HTC's Purported 2010 Android, WinMo Plans

A Place for Everything
My iPhone makes phone calls, downloads e-mail, and pulls up any Web site I ask it to. So why should the case I store this multi-tasker in content itself with...

A Special Phone App Helps Visually-impaired Use IPhone
Last week, we saw Google working on ways to make their Android OS more accessible to the visually-impaired. While Apple has...

A Tale of Two Droids: HTC Eris vs. Motorola's Droid

A Year After Opening App Store, Apple Sitting Pretty
How can you tell that the App Store's first anniversary is a big deal? Even Apple--which normally treats milestones the same stony silence divorced couples...

A Year Later, Nokia's Music Service Has Few Users
An analyst group says that Nokia's music service only has 107,000 users.

ABC News for IPhone
Truth is, there is precious little of value in most network newscasts these days. TV news is mostly a string of easily...

ABContacts for IPhone
Andrea Vettori's contact management and organization application ABContacts is jam-packed with powerful features to improve...

ACLU Lawsuit Says Student's Cell Phone Was Illegally Searched
A middle school honor student who was expelled after authorities searched his cell phone and found evidence of what they claimed were "gang-related activities"...

AIM Paid Hits the App Store
AIM Free, AOL's chat service application for the iPhone, was released in late February with the promise of a paid version to...

AIM for IPhone Gets Location Awareness, Paid Version
If you like to chat with friends on your iPhone using AOL's network, you'll probably be interested in an update in AIM for...

AMD Sells Handheld Chip Unit to Qualcomm
Qualcomm has acquired AMD's handheld chip division for about US$65 million, looking to bring greater multimedia capabilities...

AP News App Adds AccuWeather Forecasts
The Associated Press has an iPhone app. So does, the Pennsylvania-based weather service. And just like the chocolate-peanut butter experiments...

AT&T Adds Most IPhones in a Single Quarter
AT&T Inc. said today it activated 3.2 million iPhones in the third quarter, its best-ever for a quarter, adding that nearly 40% of those iPhone...

AT&T Changes Tune, Allows VoIP Over Cell Network
All engines, full reverse! That's the order AT&T seemed to be giving on Tuesday when it announced that it would be altering its existing policy to allow...

AT&T Customer Ratings Hit New Low

AT&T Debuts A-List Free Calling Program on Sep. 20
Do you find yourself calling the same people over and over again, burning through your wireless minutes like a rock star trashing a hotel suite? In that case...

AT&T Details Speed, Capacity Upgrades
If you are among those AT&T wireless customers who feel the need for speed and you live in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, or Miami, then...

AT&T Drops Refurbished 8GB iPhone 3G to $49

AT&T Hopes for Single Smartphone OS
AT&T hopes to standardize on a single operating system for AT&T-branded smartphones as part of a consolidation of its...

AT&T Hopes to Rollout 4G Technology by 2011
If you didn't know what to get your love for Valentine's Day, you can thank AT&T for getting you better wireless...

AT&T: IPhone MMS Coming on Sept. 25
iPhone owners have been clamoring not-so-quietly to use the MMS features that are still lying dormant in their devices since Apple's iPhone 3.0 update in June...

AT&T IPhone Users Irate at Idea of Usage-Based Pricing

AT&T Improving Its Network or Rationing Data: Take Your Pick
As Lewis Carroll recommended, I like to think three impossible things before breakfast. So, apparently, does AT&T.

AT&T: MMS 'no Extra Cost' for Text Bundle Customers

AT&T May Drop Service Rates By 14 Percent: iPhone Buzz

AT&T May Offer Cheaper iPhone Data Plan – Report

AT&T May Sell Palm Pre in 2010

AT&T Narrows Prepaid Plan Options

AT&T Navigator App: Turn-by-turn Directions With a Fee
Previously, if you wanted the iPhone to tell you how to get somewhere--Sesame Street, for example--you had to rely on the phone's built-in Google Maps support...

AT&T Nervous, but Ready for iPhone MMS Launch

AT&T Network Boosts May Satisfy Irate iPhone Users

AT&T Plans for IPhone MMS to Arrive Friday
The iPhone is, arguably, the most advanced smartphone currently on the market. However, whenever you make that argument here in the U.S., invariably some wise...

AT&T Plans to Boost 3G Network Speeds

AT&T Quietly Ditches Verizon Ad Lawsuit

AT&T Releases Free App to Report Network Problems
Has AT&T's network quit unexpectedly just when you needed it most? Do you find that you have coverage issues, your calls drop and fail, or you can barely...