The Inmarsat IsatPhone Pro satellite phone can help you make calls from anywhere in the world.
The Philips LivingColors Generation 2 LED Lamp can light up a room with grace and style, and a whole lot of color.
The Celluon Virtual Laser Keyboard with Magic Cube uses an optical sensor to follow the exact positions of your fingers as you type on a laser-projected keyboard.
The GCN Lab picks the top 10 IT products of the year, plus one overall winner.
Net Optics' Phantom Virtual Tap manages communications between virtual servers, which typically is not monitored.
The SuperBeam SB-405 phones provide perfect pitch for talking or listening, and don't use clunky boom mikes.
It's a powerful tablet with a unique and security-conscious operating system that could have been great if HP had given it enough time to mature.
The Accurint Mobile for Law Enforcement tool from LexisNexis resides on an Apple iPad and can act as a force multiplier for local detectives or federal investigators.
The Kodak i2800 is light and small enough to be portable, but its high throughput potential is anything but.
The SRCOOL12k from Tripp provides a highly efficient way to cool hot spots that pop up all the time, especially in aging government buildings with many corridors, nooks and crannies.
The LOK-IT drive is the only one on the market that has both hardware authentication and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification.
Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook is an adequate tablet for consumers, but it really shines in government circles.
The Cellcrypt software will use a data channel instead of the voice network to make a call and encrypt its contents so nobody can snoop.
Apple's new photo collage app takes great shots but then gets too amateurish for government.
The NEC MultiSync EA232WMi-BK LCD monitor looks fantastic but is heavy-handed in its attempt to be environmentally friendly.