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Monday, 12 Jan 2015
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced that his company sold close to one million units of its flagship smartphone in 2014. Pei also shared his goals for the company this year. Read on to find out more.
The Intel Compute Stick might not have a fancy name, but if you're looking for a budget PC for streaming or basic work needs, look no further.
According to reports, Apple is once again turning to Samsung to produce components for its eagerly anticipated Apple Watch.
Sunday, 11 Jan 2015
Chinese e-commerce site Oppomart has published an image, specs and price for Xiaomi's upcoming flagship device, which is now believed to be the Redmi Note 2. Hit the link to find out more.
Friday, 9 Jan 2015
While the Apple Watch is slated for release in the coming months, Chinese company Hyperdon managed to manufacture clones of the wearable and put them on sale at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015. Hit the link to find out more.
We've known that some upcoming notebooks will be packing the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M. But what exactly are its specifications? We find out and more inside.
Let's face it, those hoverboard concepts that have been floating around (heh) aren't exactly what we dreamed of when we saw Back to the Future 2. But we might still get at least one piece of tech true to the movie if Nike designer Tinker Hatfield delivers on his goal to "deliver the Nike MAG in 2015 with Power Laces."
Thursday, 8 Jan 2015
LG's introduced a new line of ultra wide monitors, and one of them is compatible with AMD's FreeSync! More details inside, including QHD+ curved screen monitors.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
What's as thin as a cicada's wing? We'll find out on January 15 when Xiaomi announces its newest flagship device.
Razer's announced a slew of new products at CES 2015. The Razer Forge TV, the Cortex: Stream, the Serval and the Turret. Fancy names, but what exactly do they do?