Mossberg’s Best and Worst Products of 2010

Walt shares the best and worst products he reviewed in 2010 on WSJ Digits.

A Device Does Everything But Sing

Katie reviews HP’s Photosmart eStation e-All-in-one, with its detachable Zeen tablet.

Virtual Monday? How Holiday Shopping Has Included Intangibles.

Cyber Monday reached a record-breaking level this year with more than $1 billion dollars spent online, making it the heaviest U.S. online shopping day ever. And that includes the intangibles in our lives that you can’t touch or feel, and can’t ship in a box, like e-books and music and virtual goods.

Apple TV: Streaming and Renting From Devices

The revamped $99 Apple TV streams content from online, computers and portable devices, and allows you to rent TV shows and movies, but has a very limited selection of Internet video sources.

When You Wish Upon a List

Katie takes a look at some online services that could help you–or those shopping for you–find the right gifts this holiday season.

Xbox Kinect: Just How Controlling Can a Body Be?

Xbox Kinect does well with games involving more natural gestures and motions, but its games using objects, like a bowling ball, need more work, says Katie.

The Beatles Aren't Yesterday, After All: Two Million Songs, 450,000 Albums in a Week

Question every Internet wisenheimer had last week: “Doesn’t every Beatles fan already have every Beatles song?” Answer: Nope. Consumers had room for two million Fab Four songs, and another 450,000 albums in their digital catalogs.

Apple Ramps Up Holiday iPad Production

Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn is ramping up iPad production capacity to meet demand for the tablet over the holiday season. Taiwanese trade mag Digitimes claims Foxconn has begun using its newest factories in Chengdu, China, to manufacture an additional 10,000 iPads per day, or about 300,000 iPads per month.

Here's the Netflix Streaming-Only Service You Asked For–And a Price Hike, Too

Okay, Netflix subscribers who clamored for a Web-only version of the video rental service. You got what you want. Everyone else? You get a bigger monthly bill.

New Nook Brings a Little Color to E-Reading

If you love reading and want smart ways to share your books with friends or reading updates with social networks, the Nook Color has you covered.

IPad Sales Begin at Verizon and AT&T

FaceTime: Apple’s Killer App?

IPad Hits Wal-Mart Friday