OLED, 4K, HDR, 4.8mm thin. Ingredients for awesome.
After several years of basically no news, the TV market is exciting again. LG wants to be a leader of the pack and they've announced several amazing new products in the 4K OLED HDR TV lineup.
Review: A tad too “lite”
Earlier this year, Huawei decided to introduce a “lite” version of its sleek P8 flagship, but does the P8 Lite live up to the P8 moniker, or just the “lite” bit?
Introduces One BT Keyboard to Rule Them All
When you have a tablet, a phablet, a compute stick attached to your TV and one or two other computing devices lying around the house, things can get pretty messy pretty fast.
Review: Bay Trail, 64GB of storage, throttling
Over the past year or so, we’ve seen a flood of cheap tablets and micro PCs based on Intel’s Bay Trail SoCs.
First modular NUC
The concept of modular devices have been quite popular lately, so it does not come as a surprise that Acer decided to show a new modular mini PC during IFA 2015 show, called the Acer Revo Build.
Europe's household name now carries smartphones as well.
Multitasking Android beast incoming from Munich. Formerly controlled by the European darling Siemens, Gigaset venturing into high end cellphones under the new Chinese owners.
First there was the Nest intelligent thermostat. Then there was Nest intelligent 2nd generation thermostat. You guessed it, Nest launched an improved 3rd generation intelligent thermostat and it costs just $249.
8TB drives at the ready
After a series of unfortunate rankings among its peers in HDD production space, Seagate is turning to humongous drive capacity. 8TB drives sampling to key clients today, slated for wide availability later this year.
Launches an Android Watch with a premium option on Wednesday
Today seems to be the day for upscale Android Watch news. Not to be outclassed by the likes of LG or Apple, Huawei is going to launch its Android Watch contender with a premium version this Wednesday.
Gamers in shared living spaces rejoice
The long standing purveyor of all things good when it comes to computer peripherals, Logitech, is out with their new crop of wired and wireless headphones for gamers. And discerning music lovers' ears won't bleed either.