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.
The hybrid offers shoppers a third choice along Prius and Volt.
For most common work, the new cheap version of the Chromebook is exactly what you need.
Next year, the only single-occupant electric cars in the car pool lanes will be built by the German automaker.
The new $199 Google/Acer Chromebook laptop has an Intel Celeron processor, for which Samsung charges $449 in their Intel-based Chromebook.
For several months, I had a very negative opinion of the Windows 8 operating system for the PC, but I recently changed my mind.
The new smartphone operating system from Microsoft is nice, but it hits the market too late to be a game-changer.
That would be just in time for the iPad Mini going on sale. Coincidence?
Is Microsoft's Surface worth the extra money? A comparison.
Superior to other laptops and cheaper than the cheapest iPad, this product's launch is history in the making.
Industry investors only need to connect the dots to see a brighter future for the high-end electric car maker.
Satisfied owners are making a big difference in sales.
BlackBerry 10 is a great product, but two-year contracts will kill it.
New Google PCs, tablets and smartphones could be in stores by Thanksgiving.
Taking a test drive with some of Ford's newest hybrid models.
There's no reason for consumers to pay through the nose when there are other options.
Microsoft faces tremendous risks in its battles with Google and Apple as it prepares to roll out Windows 8.
One supporter turns speechwriter to imagine the candidate's response to the party's nomination.
The high-end auto world has never seen the likes of this car.
Well, the guts of the car, anyway. The electric Toyota RAV4 is essentially the same as the more expensive California supercar.
Where they compete, Google is winning everything and losing nothing.
Time on the road has put the reliability of GM's electric car to the test.
Claims that federal spending has increased very little during Obama's presidency just aren't accurate. Here's why.
Google needs to either divest Motorola's Android business or integrate it. So far, Google says it will do neither.
Electrics are on track to triple 2011 figures, while still only a small fraction of the overall market.
Microsoft had the chance to hit a home run with Windows 8. Instead, the company could be setting itself up to strike out.
The product has few drawbacks, but Apple still has little to fear.
It will take years for the markets to digest the critical progress Google has made.
It beats investing in TVs, that's for sure.
As it lines up for a slice of the smartphone pie, the size of that slice remains to be seen.
The new tablet has potential, but some serious issues need to be addressed.
The best name for a running mate is not on the short list -- and should be.
A good electric car is a luxury buy and should be judged as such.
No computer is perfect, but the Samsung Chromebook, based on Google's Chrome OS, comes close.
The latest version of the Novatel/Verizon MiFi mobile hotspot excels with its extended battery life, ability to connect lots of devices and user-friendly controls.
News from Toyota and GM marks a milestone in the march of the green vehicles.
Anton Wahlman reviews the most rugged case money can buy and the leading portable keyboard.
The upcoming release of the Model S changes everything.
Playing to his strengths, the candidate needs a strong, senior businessman with a great resume.
Google is selling unlocked Android smartphones directly again, a move that could have very large implications.
The software giant has a winner on its hands -- if it doesn't screw it up.
Below-the-belt TV ads are the first place to start.
There's one use for the eyeglasses Google is developing that could become a 'killer app' and change society as we know it.
A bump in March sales shows Volt is outstripping the competition.
GM is planning a lower cost electric vehicle to compete more directly with the Nissan LEAF and others.
GM should model Volt's marketing and sales on techniques used by Tesla, Apple and Facebook.
High-performance experts at BMW are giving Volt a huge endorsement by imitating its design.
Given near-term positive outlook for sales, GM needs to be clearer on its reasons for a production halt.