Take a look at what Thermaltake has to offer for thise coming year with a glimpse at its suite at CES 2015
Lenovo’s latest budget tablets offer decent hardware for the sub-$150 asking price.
Intel’s RealSense technology has finally found a use case, albeit an unorthodox one
MediaTek also secures a collaboration with Google for an Ultra HD TV platform powered by Android TV.
A Bluetooth controller that costs almost as much as a game console.
A peak inside of Gigabyte’s CES Suite reveals some truely awesome computers and hardware
Intel hopes to move Quark into the high-end fashion space with its new Curie model.
Asus’ Zenfone 2 features stellar hardware for the $199 asking price.
The Nabu X is a decent fitness tracker with a few unique features.
Sony’s ZX2 is aimed squarely at the high-end audio enthusiasts.
Samsung takes an Evo 850 series SSD and builds an external casing around it.
Cherry Trail will make affordable tablets even better.
The OS landscape for Smart TVs is fragmented. But does that matter?
With prices starting at $179, HP is looking to entice budget users with its mini-PC offerings.
A $29 Internet device with month-long standby time? Microsoft may yet be the king of entry-level mobile phones with the web- and Messenger-capable Nokia 215.
Qualcomm used its keynote at CES 2015 to show off the Snapdragon 810 and some of the non-traditional use cases for the chip.
With Broadwell U, Intel is setting its sights on a wide range of form factors and devices.
HP’s 5K monitor is not exactly affordable, but it is less costly when seen against other alternatives available today.
Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ:STX) today announced the launch of a new ultra-slim external hard drive that holds 500GB of data while only being 7mm thick.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2015 has the same stellar feature-set as last year’s model, and this time the keyboard is actually fun to use.