Chinese New Year is all about renewal, and about having as much red and gold in the house to usher in good fortune and wealth. Here's our selection of eight tech items to ring in the new year right.
Apple’s most recent patent is for “proximity and multi-touch sensor detection and demodulation", which essentially shifts the interaction area beyond the screen. Find out how that works within.
A 3LCD projector that uses a laser light source, the VPL-FHZ57 can also be placed and used on its side, something that mercury lamp-based projectors aren’t good at.
Sennheiser gives the audiophile favorite HD 800 an update, bringing to the audio world a new model that delivers even better performance.
The new series of Fender headphones can cost as much as a guitar, but it’s nowhere as expensive as a Stratocaster.
Klipsch announces a set of Bluetooth In-ear headphones that fall under their award-winning R6 series, promising the same premium-quality sound without the hassle of wires.
Remember you used to have to tediously convert your video files to one of Apple TV’s supported formats before actually watching them? Those days are now over with VLC media player now available on Apple TV. More details inside.
Are you a gamer looking for a budget headset that works on everything? Meet the Roccat Renga, it's what you've been looking for.
Sources told 9to5Mac that Apple is currently testing three different designs for the iPhone 7. The iPhone maker is also said to be developing a completely wireless Beats earphones with a charging case which could be launched alongside the iPhone 7.
At CES 2016, Creative has officially signalled its intentions to challenge several established home audio brands with the company’s first ever sound bar. Dubbed the X-Fi Sonic Carrier, this is a 15.2-speaker, high resolution audio system that also incorporates Dolby Atmos technology. Find what else it offers and why it's making waves.