Big, bright and foldable, Asus’ 17-inch hybrid laptop-tablet features an OLED display with plenty of configuration options.
Razer’s Enki Pro HyperSense gaming chair supports haptic feedback from games such as F1 2021 and Forza Horizon 5 in addition to music and movies.
A count of titles receiving the most Game of the Year awards reveals a clear top three and an interesting perspective on the top ten games of 2021.
Australian commercial TV networks want more help to compete against Netflix and Disney+, despite more people streaming Aussie TV than ever.
Nvidia Shield owners, you’re gonna want to download this update, with Android 11 OS, more Bluetooth headset compatibility and plenty more.
The global semiconductor shortage is now even affecting printers. Canon to its own ink cartridges: “i do not see it”
Several instances of scams using QR codes have been discovered in Texas. Always double-check before you check-in with a QR code.
NVIDIA’s bringing the RTX 3080 Ti to a bunch of new laptops and all the sweet, sweet graphics that come with it.
It’s finally time to retire the PlayStation Move controllers: better visuals, eye-tracking, and haptics highlight the PlayStation VR2’s upgrades.
Nanoleaf’s smart lights will soon offer enhanced connectivity for Apple HomeKit devices via Thread, a speedy and reliable smart home network protocol.
Last year, Samsung gave us all another reason to not lose our TV remotes under the couch: a solar-powered battery.…
HyperX unveiled a wireless headset with an enormous battery life. Please do not attempt to drain it all in one sitting: it will not end well.
Dell and Alienware showed off concepts galore at CES 2022. One was Concept Flow, a seamless device connectivity solution eliminating awkward transitions.
“Built primarily to amplify wealth [through] tax avoidance, diminished regulatory oversight and artificially enforced scarcity.” Ouch.
The most phallic rocket yet is scheduled for launch. Here’s when and how to watch. Whatever you think of Bezos, Wally Funk is the real deal!
Visitor’s eyeballs will decide how these galleries redesign their layout and which artworks are put on prime display.