Surface Pro 2, with Windows 8.1, better battery life and an adjustable kickstand, is Microsoft's second swing at coming up with a tablet to unseat iOS and Android devices in the enterprise.
Samsung's Note 10.1 offered an inking experience over the Apple iPad and the 2014 Edition improves upon that S Pen experience. This new model has a more premium feel with a fabulous high resolution display.
With the highest specs on an Android phone, one of the largest displays with S Pen support, and enhanced Samsung software we see Samsung continue to improve on a fantastic device with the size staying about the same.
We don't yet know if there is a smartwatch market, but Samsung's Galaxy Gear leads the pack with a functional and beautiful piece of jewelry. The Galaxy Gear likely has limited appeal, but contains lots of potential.
BlackBerry's big screen Z30 is an elegant device that arrives at a painful time for the once all-conquering company.
As virtualisation technology spreads through the datacentre, the race is on to develop ways of sharing out data to virtual servers and desktops in large numbers.
Many people enjoy using Bluetooth headphones for commuting and working out. The latest Motorola design functions well, but the fit isn't great if you wear glasses.
There's a whole bunch of Windows tablets getting ready to hit the market, but not until later this year. The ThinkPad Tablet 2 is a top tablet out now, and here's what makes it so good.
TYLT launched with a Kickstarter idea and now sells the Energi+ Backpack with 10,400 mAh battery for $199.99. The innovative pass-through design, Protect Pocket, checkpoint-friendly laptop compartment, and more make this a backpack to consider.
The Moto X is rolling out to all major US carriers and with the Motorola Droid Maxx you get all the software goodies with a battery life that lets you work on the road for a couple days between charges.
The Moto X is a solid Android smartphone priced a bit high, but helping bring voice control to the masses.
I've spent the weekend with the Moto X and keep grabbing my HTC One instead. The price is too high for a subsidized Android device with mid-range specs and plastic feel.
My iPad is my travel companion and for the most part the battery seems to last forever. However, for road travel there is a need for some type of external power solution.
The HTC One was the first Android device my wife was pleased with, but after testing out the smaller HTC One Mini she is convinced that is the better device for her.
While Nokia rules the Windows Phone 8 world, HTC still makes very well designed devices and the new HTC 8XT is a nice option for Sprint customers