Dell Adds Premium Options to Their Inspiron 15 Laptop Lineup

In between working on the “world’s thinnest tablet” and developing the world’s smallest 13-inch notebook, Dell has been busy adding some pretty sweet upgrades to their mid-range products as well. While the record-setting devices are nice, not everyone can afford … Continue reading


Leap Motion Technology Will Be Incorporated into Razer’s OSVR Kit

Virtual Reality isn’t just about putting a headset on. More and more companies are integrating hand-sensing technology into the whole experience. This makes the world truly immersive by being able to touch, and sometimes even feel, objects around you. OSVR, … Continue reading


Nvidia’s Autonomous Vehicle Technology, Drive PX, Using Tegra X1

Nvidia, known for making semiconductors and video game components, has also been busy working with automakers for a decade now, powering digital dashboards and infotainment systems with its Tegra processors. Now, it has come up with its own autonomous car … Continue reading


Alienware Alpha Packs PC Gaming into a Compact Console

While console gaming has come a very long way since the days of the Atari, it still lags behind comparable technology in several areas, most notably in performance. Even the relatively newer consoles struggle with running at full 1080p resolution, … Continue reading


Google Has Devised an ‘Ebola-proof’ Tablet

If you watched television or used the internet at all last year, odds are you know at least a little about the West African Ebola epidemic. It was a ruthless outbreak that spread all the way to the United States … Continue reading


Logitech’s MX Master, a Multi-Functional Mouse for Today’s Multi-Tasker

What’s in a mouse? It just so happens to be one of the most widely used input devices ever. It connects us to the digital world. It makes our hands and fingers a little more powerful. In all seriousness, however, … Continue reading


Scientists Have Found a Way to Turn Those Pesky Packing Peanuts into Power

Planeteers, unite! If you’ve ever unpacked something fragile from a large box, odds are you’ve encountered packing peanuts. Those pesky little bits of foam that come flying from the box as soon as it’s opened, somehow seem end up everywhere … Continue reading


HTC One M9 and HTC One M9+, Specs and Rumors Revealed

We know that HTC announced a very new smartphone this week, the One M9. But what’s all this about another announcement regarding something called the One M9+? Early rumors suggested this was a phablet variant of the M9, but it … Continue reading


Dell Latitude 14 E7450 Review Features Broadwell

What does Dell do if it wants to squeeze its way into a very particular niche of laptops, currently occupied by Lenovo ThinkPad T440s (I told you it was specific)? The Dell Latitude 14 E7450 would be the answer. Carrying … Continue reading


OCZ Debuts its Vector 180 Flagship SSD

A new solid-state drive (SSD) from OCZ is here, and although it was designed to compete with the likes of high-end SSD’s like the Samsung 850 Pro, it doesn’t quite meet benchmark performance expectations. That doesn’t mean it won’t be … Continue reading


Dell’s Venue 8 7000 Tablet-Thin, Bezel Design, Long Battery

Remember when the Dell Venue 8 7000 was first announced? I barely do either. It was over a year ago, back in January of 2014. Details were sparse but that didn’t mean we weren’t excited about the super slim tablet. … Continue reading


Dell Hits the Mark with Inspiron 13 7000 Series Convertible

I first heard about Dell’s new Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 back in June and at the time, testers were giving it great reviews. For the price, this convertible-hybrid laptop offers a happy medium for users torn between the convenience … Continue reading


Elon Musk on Self-Driving Cars: “They’ll Be Here Sooner than you Think”

Your days of driving around in a two-ton deathwagon piloted by the error-prone human known as yourself may soon be coming to an end. According to Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk, the future of self-driving cars is a lot … Continue reading


Logic Supply’s Fanless, Industrial NUC Features Intel

The new fanless mini ultrabox from industrial and embedded computer manufacturer, Logic Supply, is a weird looking one, but apparently has good intention surrounding it’s strange build; and a Broadwell processor to boot. Dubbed the ML100, this small form factor … Continue reading


A New 3-D Printer Makes Objects from Liquid Using Terminator-Style Technology

A company called Carbon3D launched a new type of technology at this week’s TED conference that may revolutionize the world of 3-D printing. Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology, or CLIP, works by actually “growing” objects out of a pool of … Continue reading