David Pogue Microsoft's Surface Pro is a full-blown computer, complete with powerful i5 processor.
Dan Kaufman Switching from a PC to a Mac ought to be easier, as a disillusioned Dan Kaufman discovers.
Nick Bilton If Apple continues on its current trajectory, something remarkable might happen on April 9, 2015, at around 11am.
Ben Grubb An Australian business that rents out computers is installing software that in the US has been used to spy on users, including taking webcam images.
James Manning Apple is poised to launch an iPad mini as figures show the tech giant's tablet market share in the US fell by 29 percentage points in the past year.
Dina Bass A push by Microsoft and Intel to combat Apple's iPad is getting off to a slow start.
Omar L. Gallaga Apart from a confirmed trend away from desktop computing, it's tough to accurately pick the coming trends at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
Pat Pilcher Anyone who's spent any amount of time overseas will appreciate just how much of a lifeline a mobile phone is.
Jenneth Orantia Slightly larger than a smartphone and a fair bit smaller than a tablet, they are the next big thing in mobility.
Glenda Kwek Norwegian developers have created one of the world's smallest computers on a USB-like stick.
Sylvia Pennington Stuffy suit, outspoken opinion leader, tedious try-hard... the way you interact with technology may be telling your colleagues more than you realise about the sort of person you are.
Apple has given the new iPad a whole host of new features, but no new name.
Simon Sharwood Can technology really help you get fitter?
Eliot Fish Race Driver Grid could be called the Star Wars of racing simulators.
Mike Wilcox takes some Bluetooth speaker phones through their paces.
Garry Barker MobileMe is a great idea but glitches abound, writes Garry Barker.
Richard Blackburn A US firm is claiming a world first with an integrated personal computer system for the car.
Jason Hill Beijing 2008 again lets armchair athletes go for gold in traditional button-bashing contests.