Dell Forges New Roads into High-Performance Computing with the PowerEdge C6320

Tech giant Dell unveiled the latest addition to their 13th generation PowerEdge server portfolio this week in the form of the new PowerEdge C6320. The newest member of the PowerEdge family is designed to “push the boundaries of high-performance computing … Continue reading


External Graphics Are Coming to a Laptop near You Thanks to the OCuLink Cable

For graphics hounds in the market for a laptop or PC, the struggle for what to forgo is very real. While notebook PCs offer the utmost in convenience and portability, the need for low power consumption and a light, travel-friendly … Continue reading


Lenovo Joins the Ranks of Pocket PCs with Their New $129 Ideacentre Stick 300

Lenovo announced their tiny PC on a stick this week, joining the ranks of companies like Intel and CTL which debuted their own similarly tiny devices earlier in the year. While Lenovo is not the first kid on the block … Continue reading


Custom Designing Your Own Pair of One-Of-A-Kind Headphones Could Cost You up to $40,000

I have a love-hate relationship with 3D printing. Don’t get me wrong, as a concept it’s fascinating and some of the things that have been done with it provide that “cool factor” for me in spades. Rocket engines, pens that … Continue reading


The New Hi-Res Kindle Paperwhite Comes with Its Very Own Font

The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite was already arguably the best bang for your buck when it came to e-readers, due to its low cost, ease of readability and Amazon’s killer library collection. Sure, the Kindle Voyage is amazing; it packs a … Continue reading


The Funky New UE Roll Is a Bluetooth Speaker You Can Take in the Pool with You

When it comes to Bluetooth speakers, Ultimate Ears (UE for short) has been crushing the competition lately. More than a year after its release their UE Boom, a super durable, water-resistant bass-pumping sonic machine, still remains one of the best … Continue reading


Researchers Develop Bacteria-Powered ‘Origami’ Battery

Yes, you read that right. Thanks to new research by engineer Seokheun Choi at Binghampton University, one man’s trash will now be another man’s renewable resource. The new technology is comprised of an inexpensive, foldable paper battery powered by a … Continue reading


The Oculus Touch Puts Virtual Reality in the Palm of Your Hand

Oculus VR hosted their “Step into the Rift” event in San Francisco today and it was chock-full of tasty treats. We finally have a release date for the long-awaited consumer version of the Oculus Rift (coming in Q1 2016) and … Continue reading


Dell’s New Inspiron Line Offers Something for Everyone

While most of the tech giants at Computex were showcasing the latest and greatest they have to offer in the way of smartphones, tablets and smart wearables, Dell showed up ready to prove that they still do what they know … Continue reading


Samsung Announces Details for It Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

A new version of the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 Active has been announced exclusively for AT&T customers. What’s the big difference that the Active has? As the name suggests, the device has a rugged body for active lifestyles, … Continue reading


BETTER RE Uses Old Smartphone Batteries to Charge Your New Devices

Not only do technological advancements mean the digging of more resources for a device’s parts, but it also means that we end up wasting a lot of those resources once we upgrade to our latest models (and let’s face it, … Continue reading


LG Announces Their FreeSync-Enabled 27-Inch 4K Monitor

For those of you paying attention to the pricing and standards war over variable refresh rate technology, LG just dropped another troop into that battle with their new 27-inch 4K IPS panel. Companies such as AMD and NVIDIA having been … Continue reading


Intel Could Be to Thank for the Resurrection of Thunderbolt 3

One of the best things to come from this year’s Computex was a rejuvenating move for Thunderbolt-equipped devices. Despite the peripheral-connectors being good, fast products for carrying and connecting data (created by Intel and Apple nonetheless), no one has ever … Continue reading


HP Changes Its Plan for Futuristic “Machine’ to Get It to Market

HP’s futuristic ‘Machine‘ computer, which was first announced by the company in 2014, has changed course a bit. HP first wanted to make this memory-driven computer using a new kind of memory chip dubbed the “memristor”, said to be as … Continue reading


Spoiler Alert: This Hammer of Thor PC Case Is Cooler than Any Gadget You Own

This week’s Computex Expo in Taipei, one of the largest computer and technology trade shows in the world, showcased some of the most amazing designs and inventions the tech world currently has to offer. One particular display has garnered more … Continue reading