No Better Way to Turn Heads Away From the MacBook Pro Than a Revised Dell XPS 15-9650

Whether or not you become surprised after hearing what I’m about to tell you, be excited. New iterations from Dell mean there’s a brand new 15-inch laptop in town, with brand new hardware from both Intel and Nvidia. Not only … Continue reading


The Latest From Microsoft Focuses on Simple-As-A-Slide Power Management and eBook Store Updates

Just this past week, Microsoft began the run of its new Windows 10 preview build. This one, dubbed build 15014, following build 15007, will be tested on participants in the Windows Insider Program. The new OS features should allow users … Continue reading


Stanford Scientists Developing a Flame-Retardant Battery to Avoid Any Further Combustions

Oh Stanford University electrochemical masterminds, thank you for all of your continual hard work in the field of technology. Now that you have been tackling innovations in battery power, and released your new peer-reviewed paper, published by the journal Science … Continue reading


Dell Ready to Ship the World’s First 32-Inch 8K Monitor, Dubbed UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD

Dell, it’s all about bringing some of the most eye-catching, mint and modernistic technologies to the table. Each year, as CES displays what is considered a gorgeous, and highly anticipated glimpse of the near future. Most of what Dell shared … Continue reading


There’s a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, Slimmed Down and Quad-Cored

Yay to the Compute Module upgrade!!! Wait, Raspberry Pi lovers step aside, there are human beings out there that don’t even know what the original CM1 board, originally released back in 2014, is! Anyone needing a refresher, the original Compute … Continue reading


AMD’s FreeSync 2 Completely Ups the Ante With Lower Latency, and the Addition of HDR

If you recall, AMD has its FreeSync technology, something also referred to as Adaptive-Sync by computer display organization VESA. It’s the type of technology that came just in time to put an end to choppy and stuttering gameplay, tears, and … Continue reading


Razer’s Project Ariana Takes Gaming to Immersive New Levels

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is our annual opportunity to get a peek at the future of gaming, computing, and all things electronic. This year ushered in some stunning ideas and innovations in an array of technological … Continue reading


The Linksys Velop Wants to Beat Competition With a More Powerful Wi-Fi System

The year in tech began at CES 2017, where dozens of technological advances are being shown off one by one. From a simple upgrade to a 2-in-1 notebook, or an astonishingly new approach to watching television using facial recognition, CES … Continue reading


The Best Windows Laptop of 2016 Just Went Convertible

It’s no secret that Dell’s XPS 13 has been popping up at the top of nearly every “best of” list for laptops since they debuted back at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Not only is it widely-touted as the best … Continue reading


The New Military Grade Acer Chromebook for Schools Can Withstand a Beating, or a Spill!

I am biased when it comes to Chromebooks. I love them, and I think you should too (you being the general population). The reasons why you should love them is as follows: they are perfect companions for the simple computer … Continue reading


Announced at CES: Great Lineup of Asus Devices Include Intel’s Latest Kaby Lake CPUs

As CES approaches us, so the quest for the most innovative and interesting technologies to ring in the new year. As the largest technology conference of the year, CES is known as the perfect platform for companies to announce their … Continue reading


Latest Advancement in Battery Power Are Based on Good Ol’ Bacteria

There is huge importance in the continuous development of battery power and its sources. The high price of batteries (of all sorts) is mostly due to the fabrication time and technique involved in making them. Not only are we striving … Continue reading


LG’s New Levitating Speaker Will Lift Your Spirits and Elevate Your Sound Game

There are but a few hours left in 2016, and before I ring in the New Year, all I wanna know is – where the deuce is my hoverboard? Sure, Lexus demo’ed that board that hovered over a special magnetic … Continue reading


X86 PC Port Version of the Raspberry Pi’s PIXEL OS Released for Mac and Windows

We know the Raspberry Pi as one of the most popular and affordable mini PCs ever created. The Foundation’s purpose has always been to grant a full-featured desktop experience for a fraction of the price elsewhere. Hence, the mere $35 … Continue reading