Nokia's latest flagship device packs in plenty of power and a first-rate browser, but its design and app selection leave something to be desired.
Despite its beautiful display, Samsung's second Android smart phone for the U.S. is marred by sluggish performance and an awkward interface.
A huge multitouch display, blazing processor, and HTC's slick Sense interface make the HD2 the best Windows Mobile phone in a long time.
Verizon's best sub-$100 smart phone provides a slick touch interface, a very good Web browser, and easy access to thousands of apps.
This Android phone offers an ultrabright display and slide-out keyboard, but it's a bit plain compared to the competition.
A huge high-res touchscreen, speedy Web browsing, and free GPS navigation make this smart phone our top pick for Verizon Wireless.
This budget-friendly 15-inch notebook offers a slick design and good performance, but it's a little overpriced.
This app makes converting videos simple, and works on notebooks with ATI as well as Nvidia graphics cards.