Don't-Miss MP3 player Stories
Apple's new 16GB iPod touch model offers a lower price but makes several compromises to achieve it. If you don't need extra capacity or the rear-facing camera, it's a good choice for those wanted to get the iPod touch experience.
With the seventh generation of the iPod nano, Apple has taken the best of the previous two generations and combined them into an iOS-inspired player that for many people will be the best nano yet.
Sony's Z Series Tegra 2-powered Walkman is great for multimedia playback and gaming, as long as you're okay with the built in storage.
It’s not as small or stylish as Apple’s tiny MP3 players, but the Sansa Clip Zip provides an impressive array of features—including an FM radio, voice recorder, workout timer and microSD card slot—at very reasonable prices.
A behemoth of a media player, the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 provides a great alternative to Apple’s iPod Touch.
We test the best Bluetooth products to pair with your phone, tablet, or media player--some of which come with nifty tools.
The GoGear Connect 3 has decent sound quality, but bugs and slow performance hold it back.
The Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 goes toe-to-toe against Apple's iPod army.
From the Flip to Google Health, these tech losers showed promise--just not enough to keep them alive.
Powerful, full-featured 3D design and modeling application Carrara has lots of existing models.
On many levels, the Samsung SH100 is your average $200 point-and-shoot. But it also has a secret wireless weapon.
Having one gadget bag to support all of your tech gear makes traveling a breeze and organization even easier. We stuffed bags from Airbak, Alchemy, Crumpler, Osprey Packs, and Tumi full of gadgets and evaluated them.
This shirt-pocket-size Android digital media player sounds great and looks like a smartphone, but its less-than-stellar display holds it back.