After a decade of shaky starts, tablet computers have finally arrived. Unlike their bulky, expensive parents, this current generation of slates boasts trim frames, gorgeous screens, and power-house specs. So, here are the 10 most intriguing tablets of 2011, in order of screen size.
PlayStation phone: Sony Ericsson unveiled the long-awaited PlayStation phone on Sunday. The PlayStation phone will be available through Verizon when it comes to the US.
Windows Phone software will replace Symbian on all Nokia phones, reps for Nokia and Microsoft said today.
Thomas Edison would have turned 164 today. What better way to celebrate the great inventor than with an animated Google logo?
Android phone owners can expect Google to release an OS update for their Android phones in April. The Gingerbread (Android 2.4) release is a bridge to Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb.
Google's salute to Jules Verne has lots of nooks and crannies. Did you find the sunken crown? How about the divers?
iPad and iPhone have had resounding success in the app market, but Google could catch up and cash in on the huge mobile game economy.
A Web-based Android Market will reportedly be unveiled by Google this week.
You may think of yourself as technologically savvy, but if you're using your smartphone only to make calls, check your email, surf the Web, manage your schedule, take photos, shoot video, listen to music, watch movies, navigate via GPS, play video games, and update your Twitter and Facebook statuses, then you're really nothing more than a Luddite. Here are 10 uses for smartphones that can help bring your backward lifestyle into the 21st century.