Why, Snap, Why?
Dell's best laptop - now in white!
According to images acquired by Wareable, the next Fitbit smartwatch, expected early this year, could be.... not ugly?
I have a serious case of camera-envy right about now.
Using a flash is what separates photographers from people who got a good camera deal on Black Friday.
The rumour suggests new AirPods could arrive this year, and a third version of AirPods, designed to be more resistant to water, will arrive as early as next year.
These companies—and indeed most electronic manufacturers—rely on supply chains that, while ostensibly ethical, are frequently found guilty of major human rights violations.
Instead of getting crushed by a ten-year-old online you’ll never see in person, you’re competing against someone standing right next to you, which makes trash talking all the more personal.
The Caavo remote is informative, beautiful, and easy to set up - but the lack of HDR and that price tag are drawbacks too big to ignore.
When will Synaptics' tech finally make it to a flagship phone?
AMD has launched two new APUs that are way cheaper than their Intel rivals but with performance that’s far better.
The lawsuit claims that Google had acknowledged the device was defective but refused to refund money or replace the device with a non-defective unit.
For starters: why? WHY?!
In one grand leap Google is going from just having microphones all over your house to making the cameras that can live inside and outside your home.
According to Lenovo, the problem was first noticed when three different users reported that their Thinkpad X1 Carbon batteries were overheating.
Instead of a multicolour AR display, Intel's Vaunt glasses reportedly shine a small red display into your eyeball using the kind of laser found in your printer or mouse.