Looking at the competition, don't expect too many interesting models until we get closer to 2016-17.
It drives like a dream and could be your Tesla alternative.
With one foot on each accelerator, Anton Wahlman compares performance, headroom, leg room and luggage space for the typical driver.
Taking the Rolls-Royce Wraith out for a spin.
HP's $279 Chromebook is great but Acer's comes very close.
This 11.6-inch HP Chromebook is a 10.
Boehner should start with the clean debt limit increase, save spending issue for later.
If Marissa Mayer didn't exist, Microsoft would have to invent her.
Just like ABBA in 1983, the Nexus 4 is now walking off the stage from its last performance. Now, let's continue to enjoy the music.
The LG G2 is tops in Android smartphone hardware today, although the competition will surely catch up.
Just divide the country in two and let Republicans and Democrats practice their own ideas freely in each half.
It all comes down to user identity and email address, and on this point Google leaves almost no source for confusion.
Billed as a tablet-laptop, the two new versions of the Microsoft Surface perform neither function very well.
Why are app makers discriminating against Google in favor of Apple, and why isn't Google doing anything to stop it?
After a quick peek at Apple's new offering, Google is throwing itself a party.
Microsoft's strategy has turned into copying Apple and Google more and more, and for good reason.
If Cadillac makes the Elmiraj an electric car, it could compete with Tesla. Otherwise, not.
Coming this November, Google will turn up the Chromebook PC heat a couple of notches.
Apple's been getting away with charging what it wants, but Google does much the same for less.
GM is merely codifying what had been the real-world price for the past year.
Motorola is Google's pawn in ensuring the bigger peace with Samsung.
Evaluating BMW's answer to Tesla and Chevrolet Volt; a strong, new entrant.
If this slim, 7-inch tablet was also a phone, it would become an even greater sales success.
GM has the scale but Tesla has the excitement.
Google's Motorola is set to launch the long-awaited Moto Xsmartphone next month. How will it be different?
This is the first device in smartphone history to hit the nirvana stage.
It's smaller than a Tesla, but Cadillac ELR is the ultimate luxury electric coupe.
It's $199 but has a crummy display. Buy Acer's excellent Chromebook instead.
It's a shame the Q10, which has so many great things going for it, misses some of the necessary basics.
Tesla's Model X looks as if it will give competitors a real run for their money.
Nokia's probably regretting putting all of its smartphone eggs in the Windows Phone basket.
New HTC and Samsung phones Nexus phones go on sale Wednesday, but one is clearly better than the other.
Microsoft the hunter has now become the hunted.
Nvidia's new device will bring gamers out of mom's basement and into your coffee shop.
The Toyota RAV4 EV is the ideal around-town commuter SUV, if your commute is in California.
How do you make a good car even better? Reengineer it and cut the price.
Apple is rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic after hitting the Google iceberg.
The bill before Congress is actually two bills that should be uncoupled and voted on separately.
A look at which electric car is better suited for today's driver.
Meg Whitman is taking a mature industry by the horns and moving to where the younger generation is going: Microsoft Windows is out, Chrome OS is in.
If a Google Chromephone hit the market this year or next, which companies would be the winners and losers?
The specter of a Tesla priced at or even below $40,000 a few years down the road has to scare Mercedes stiff.
Google appears to be working hard to replace Android with its own PC desktop/laptop operating system, Chrome OS.
The new phone has great hardware and a good experience, but missing apps could be a problem.
When all is said and done, it's all about the actual driving experience.
Will HP be successful in selling its 10.1-inch tablet-laptop convertible for $480? It's hard to tell.
If Google can use GPUs to provide a superior photo service, this is huge in its quest to dent Facebook's dominance.
These New Yorkers never saw Tesla's 100% market share in Silicon Valley and never drove an electric car.
Samsung hardware plus Google Nexus software makes for the best Android smartphone.
Feels great in your hand, but you might get a headache from the software.
Electric cars don't need the maintenance that gasoline-powered cars do, and that's not good for the car service business.
Google Chrome OS and Salesforce.com led the way with cloud computing. Now Microsoft is about to follow.
Google Glass may hit only 1% consumer market penetration in the U.S., but industrial usage will exceed 50%.
HTC's phone is lovely to look at but terrible to hold. It is not the best Android smartphone you can buy today.
Google Glass is likely to trigger a very dramatic societal behavior shift, unlike any new technology to date. It can ricochet in all sorts of unpredictable directions.
Anton Wahlman likes the Fiat 500e's performance and Italian styling but isn't so happy about its lack of comfort for taller drivers.
Android fans should celebrate the news. Here's why.
Security weakness is Apple's Achilles heel, providing an opening for the software company.
Even if the Facebook phone turns out to be much ado about nothing, something big will have happened.
Facebook just made the greatest endorsement of Android imaginable, while basically relegating Apple and BlackBerry to second-class status.
The wireless operators know a crushing plan is coming from Google, so they're trying to come up with a counter-move.
BlackBerry is simply too attractive to be left alone. Expect it to be acquired.
In the future -- maybe just three years -- you'll have a monitor without a processor. And that imperils chipmakers.
After 300 miles in Ford's Focus EV, Anton Wahlman likes Ford's first and only pure electric car, but it has plenty of competition.
It's only when Google itself is in charge of the engineering-focused, gimmick-free presentation that we learn what is really of interest.
A look at wealthy towns in California reveals that the luxury electric-car maker is selling Model S's as fast as it can make them.
A better option: Wait until May 15 and see what Google has to offer.
Expect this summer to be painful for Google's competitors.
Google has nothing to worry about from Samsung. Apple does.
Dramatic price drops will hit the tablet and smartphone market this year. That's bad news for Qualcomm.
Google Glasses will impact societal behavior from the moment they arrive. Is privacy dead as we know it?
If you can afford to spend $1,300 or $1,450 on a laptop, this should be your next productivity device.
Tesla owners can't stop talking about them with their friends and won't quit until they've sold a few of them.
Could we already have too many electric cars?
After turning a poor review in the New York Times into a PR coup, other areas of doubt remain for the company's prospects.
Maybe it's only anecdotal evidence but it looks like Tesla's main competitors aren't even close.
Many people tend to still dismiss the electric car market, especially those who have never driven one. But this growth rate is strong.
In a year Mercedes will become the latest company to offer an all-electric car. Here's what to expect.
Here's how GM could hit or miss with its upcoming releases.
Chrome is unstoppable. It saved Acer. Maybe it can save HP.
The only thing better than great tech support? Never needing tech support.
There are Android phones with great battery life, and there are Android phones with great software. Why can't Google put them together into one product?
Why bother expanding Chrome OS to tablets and smartphones? To capitalize on simplicity, security and cost.
When it comes to these electric-gas cars, the verdict is complicated.
Why is Lenovo breaking its long-term relationship with Microsoft? Because Lenovo is listening to its business customers.
As the long as the Federal Reserve can keep printing money, the U.S. is delaying the inevitable reckoning.
Politicians would have us believe increases are actually cuts.
RIM will be either a $5 or a $30 stock depending on whether BlackBerry 10 turns out to be a great product or not.
As the technology improves, prices for hardware and services will plummet.
America is more divided between red and blue than even the 1860s.
Why is GM making a small 2-door coupe when customers want something bigger?
Other partners have set the bar high for a Google-Motorola success.
Customers want RIM to succeed with this product launch, but it needs to avoid these obvious pitfalls.
How can an industry so big do so many dumb things? Let us count the ways.
Expect a Nexus 5 to arrive a lotearlier than October-November 2013.
New portable WiFi device a solid product, despite drawbacks.
Appearances and functionality likely won't change, but cost structures will.
The BMW i3 -- expected to hit the market at the end of 2013 -- will be the first in a new class of plug-in hybrids. Plus, its interior will knock you out.
New battery technology and other improvements will reduce this car's manufacturing cost a lot.
The state's celebrated air and weather need no government intervention to be attractive.