Thankfully April Fools’ Day will be behind us in a few hours. Here’s a look at this year’s top gags on the web.
Take A Look At The Corsair Suite at CES 2015
Take a look at what Corsair was showing off in its suite at the 2015 CES show
Take a Tour of the Thermaltake suite at CES 2015
Take a look at what Thermaltake has to offer for thise coming year with a glimpse at its suite at CES 2015
A Peek Inside Gigabyte’s Suite at CES 2015
A peak inside of Gigabyte’s CES Suite reveals some truely awesome computers and hardware
LaCie Announces The Mirror Portable Hard Drive
Today LaCie announced the Mirror portable hard drive that is encased in mirrored Corning Gorilla Glass.
PC Enthusiats: What Can We Expect to See at CES 2015?
With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?
2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
The 2015 Cadillac ATS coupe is an attempt to improve upon something that is already quite good and sort-of misses the mark in more than one way.
Intel's Kirk Skaugen,14nm 2015: Broadwell Q1, Skylake 2H
Intel’s Kirk Skaugen provided an update of the state of 14nm processors in Intel’s roadmap for 2015 and gave an idea of when we can expect products.
Intel Capital Announces 16 New Investments
At Intel Capital’s 2014 Global Summit in Huntington Beach, the company announced 16 new companies that it has invested in and added to the portfolio
2015 Cadillac Escalade Review: An Elegant Tank on Wheels
When I first heard about the Cadillac redesign of the Escalade I was very excited by what I saw and couldn’t wait to check it out at the LA Auto Show, late last year. The reason why is mostly because the redesign of the Escalade brings the Escalade into the design language of the ‘new’ Cadillac brand which includes the new Cadillac ATS, CTS, XTS and ELR just to name a few. When you looked at the 2014 Escalade, it simply didn’t fit in and it felt like Cadillac was just making minor tweaks to the previous model years. Even though, they did make some significant
Hyundai's 2015 ix35 (Tuscon) Fuel Cell Goes 435 Miles
Hyundai’s much awaited fuel cell car, the internationally known 2015 Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell or the North American Tuscon Fuel Cell. This car is Hyundai’s latest FCEV vehicle that is actually coming to market and will be available around the world fairly shortly as it is a 2015 model year vehicle, meaning we’ll see it on the road later this year. What’s such a big deal about Hyundai’s FCEV is that it is a fuel cell powered electric vehicle that can do hundreds of miles on a single ‘tank’. Instead of being powered by batteries and large battery packs, the ix35 Fuel Cell is basically powered