Dubbed "Project Glass" Google's efforts to create consumer-friendly augmented reality glasses may just change the way people interact with the world.
The latest gadgets and gear -- because even busy business professionals need their playtime.
Ricardo Bilton writes for ZDNet's The ToyBox.
Gloria Sin is a freelance journalist based in New York City.
WD is upgrading its My Passport Studio drives to 2TB, though the drive's reliance on FireWire 800 makes the move a bit mistimed.
With the addition of Amazon Instant Video to the PlayStation 3, Amazon's streaming service is inching towards ubiquity.
For $99, the Viper will be a solid choice when Sprint's LTE network gets off the ground later this year.
Barnes & Noble's Nook app joins the growing number of Retina display-ready updates announced in past few weeks.
In an apparent softening of its previous take on the device, Consumer Reports is giving the latest iPad its seal of approval.
Focusing on security, Good Technology's secure web browser is a major plus for those already plugged into the Good Technology sandbox.
Lenovo is trying to make life for the I.T. manager a bit easier with an Android app store just for enterprise users.
Time Warner and Comcast subscribers won't have much luck accessing HBO Go on their Xbox 360s.
Logitech's UE Air Speaker enters a market that is rapidly being flooded with similar devices.