Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014
In his first press conference as Acer's new CEO, Jason did not provide specifics as to the future of the company and instead dwelt on reasons why the company failed.
Monday, 13 Jan 2014
Blackberry's new CEO John Chen has said that the company's new products will "predominantly" have physical keyboards.
Friday, 10 Jan 2014
Adding to its Thinkpad range of enterprise tablets, Lenovo has launched the Thinkpad 8 at CES 2014. The 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet utilizes an Intel Bay Trail quad-core 2.4GHz Atom processor with 2GB of RAM and boasts a Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution display.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Storage management can be a chore, so SanDisk released a 64GB wireless flash drive to alleviate storage woes for mobile devices that are bursting to their seams with content.
Compact and comfortable to use, the SteelSeries Stratus doesn't come cheap and caveats apply. Even so, check out why you should consider it if you often game on an iDevice.
Sure, we've seen dual-booting Windows/Android hybrids before. But convergence just got real at CES, as both Intel and AMD confirmed plans to help PC makers shoehorn Android onto Windows devices.
Sony has just unveiled the 11.6-inch Vaio Fit 11A convertible ultra-portable notebook. This device is essentially an 11-inch version of the recently released Sony Vaio Fit series of convertible notebooks, with the only difference being its Intel Bay Trail-M processor.
ASUS has just announced the existence of the ASUS Transformer Book Duet (TD300), a hybrid Ultrabook that is able to quickly switch to Android in just four seconds, without having to connect to its keyboard dock. This means that the Android operating system will be able to fully utilize the full power of the Duet's fourth generation Intel Core U-series processor.
Panasonic adds to its range of Toughpad rugged tablets today with the unveiling of the FZ-M1 at CES 2014, which Panasonic is touting as the world's thinnest rugged 7-inch Windows 8 tablet.
Monday, 6 Jan 2014
NVIDIA surprised the press with not just the 192-core Kepler graphics of the Tegra K1, but that it will also be available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions, courtesy of Project Denver. Read on for more details!