It may have taken longer than expected, but a replacement for the Kindle 2 has arrived. The addition of Wi-Fi and an aggressive $139 starting price make the new eReader a formidable upgrade.
Can a three billion transistor GPU that eats power supplies for lunch find love and glory in the hearts of gamers?
Gadget-heads aren't usually known for our upper-crust mannerisms, so if you want an invite to the next opera gala check out the free etiquette ebook. Now I can finally figure out what all those forks on my table are for.
If you still haven't gotten your fill of the iPad here are some official pictures to satisfy your appetite.
The free BD Remote app lets users control their Sony BD equipment (no PS3 support, yet) via wifi from any iPhone or iPod Touch.
We were pretty intrigued by the Yogen manual charger concept we saw earlier. While the production unit we saw today is markedly different—it doesn't disappoint. Instead of charging gadgets with a pedal, users now pull a cord.
We got a chance to experience Geneva's new Model S iPod/iPhone audio system today. It's sublime. The best part? You can actually afford it (probably).
After his seven Tour de France wins, I thought my man-crush on Lance Armstrong couldn't get any bigger or creepier. But that's all changed—today I learned that Lance is an iSlate-obsessed gadget-head just like me.
It's been a great year in pictures—some more identifiable than others. Here is a retrospective of 2009's best mystery shots. Care to take another guess?