Adam Turner The most influential gadget of 2012, the Android-powered Nexus 7 raises the bar for all tablets.
Adam Turner Part tablet, part notebook, Asus' Transformer Pad Infinity is an intriguing gadget but certainly a niche product.
David Pogue They may be slick but the latest hybrids may not be worth the price.
Reviewed by Rich Jaroslovsky The Windows and Android operating systems have had one thing in common: Both are designed to work on many different kinds of hardware.
Farhad Manjoo Touch-enabled computers are here to stay. What's Apple waiting for?
Adam Turner Does a stripped-down computer need a budget price tag?
Farhad Manjoo We have Apple to thank for the demise of the netbook.
Adam Turner Today's widescreen computer monitors rival the size and picture quality of a mid-sized television.
Bleeding Edge Put a PC under the tree without the cost but with all the bells.
Edward C. Baig Radical changes, possibly the biggest to ever hit Windows PCs, are going to dramatically alter the status quo of computing this week.
Adam Turner Without the ability to run desktop applications, why would I want Microsoft's Surface RT over an Apple or Android tablet?
Adam Turner Can a touch-friendly tile interface for the PC win over customers?
Adam Turner What's the perfect gadget for your travel bag?
Tablet computers are expected to overtake notebook PCs by 2016 as consumers shift to newer devices like the iPad.
David Flynn The era of all-day computing without plugging in is almost here, writes David Flynn.
David Flynn PERHAPS the most common question when shopping for a new PC is: desktop or laptop?
Garry Barker A little button on the tab-bar of Firefox's latest browser, version 3.5, has kindled a new flame in the hoary debate on whether it is quicker to use keyboard shortcuts rather than a mouse.
Glenda Kwek The developing world has become an unexpected inspiration for hit products in developed countries.