Media Device Stores and Shares Well With Others

SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Media Device may relieve some of your devices’ storage burden and could serve as a media-sharing godsend on a long car trip.

Moto X Stands Out in Sea of Phone Sameness

New $200 smartphone from Google-owned Motorola Mobility aims to use personalization of color and inscriptions as one of its key components.

Google’s New Nexus 7: The Budget Tablet to Beat

Small but mighty, the revamped device has an impressively sharp screen. But battery life disappoints.

Two Ways to Hit “Print” on a Mobile Device

Presto and ThinPrint Cloud Printer make on-the-go print jobs from smartphones and tablets as easy as printing from a PC.

A Tablet Good for Living Room, Bag and Water

Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z’s stylish overall design, screen, fast performance, good camera and noticeably high sound quality make it easy to love, says Katie. Plus, it can run underwater.

A PC and Tablet “Brick” for the Price of One

The Asus Transformer AiO offers dual software and hardware systems, but they don’t offset a weighty downside.
Asus Transformer AiO

Raising the Bar for Better TV Sound

The Sonos Playbar is a one-piece speaker system that aims to bring high-quality sound to a TV without a complicated setup.

From QWERTY to Quirky: New Ways to Type

Typing on glass keyboards — like those found on iPhones, Android phones and Windows Phones — should be much easier by now. Some new technologies are aimed at solving the problem.

Custom Magazine Focuses on the Big Pictures

A new edition of Zite, an app that assembles online stories into a personalized digital magazine, puts a lot of emphasis on visuals.

Nook HD’s Screen Dazzles, but Quirks Detract

The Nook HD stands out with the highest-resolution small screen, and its redesigned interface proves that Barnes & Noble takes software seriously.

Ten Ways to Make Your Android Smarter

E-Invites to the Social Network Events of 2012

Podcast Hunter Tracks Down the Web’s Best

In Tablets, Bigger Isn’t Necessarily Better

Bing Goes Sleek and More Social

A Wedding App That Gives the Guests a Part

In Race to Beat iPhone, One Android Weighs In

Is Browsing a Catalog More Fun on a Tablet?

Using Another Screen to Interact With the TV

A Few New Reasons to Reunite With

In Your Hands, Just What You Want to Read

Hotel Booking for Procrastinators or the Picky

Galaxy Nexus: An In-Your-Face Android Phone

Group Messaging for the Rest of Us

A Slender Tablet With Widescreen Ambitions