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GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Qualcomm Launches New Low-Range and Mid-Range Snapdragon SoCs

This week, Qualcomm announced a slew of new processors for high end smartphones, a couple weeks ahead of the prestigious Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Perhaps the company wants to be ahead of the curve, as it faces a growing … Continue reading

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Ethertronics Develops Active Antenna for Improved Wi-Fi

LAPTOPS & ULTRATHIN ULTRABOOKS
The Ultra-Thin ASUS Zenbook UX305 Now Available in US

HP
HP’s Got Two Mini Desktops: The Stream Mini and Pavillion Mini PCs

CONVERGENCE & CONVERTIBLE HYBRID PCS
VAIO Hasn’t Gone Anywhere, Welcome the Z and Z Canvas Hybrids

DELL
Dell Unveils the Latitude 11 as Part of Their New Line Aimed at the Classroom

After the success of last year’s Latitude 13 for Education series, Dell has unveiled a new fleet of education-centric devices this week, built to be durable and serve the purpose of learning in a classroom environment. The device generating perhaps … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Mattel Brings Back View-Master for a Virtual Go-around

Remember Google Cardboard? The inexpensive virtual reality headset kit that is seriously made out of cardboard? Yeah, it’s seriously awesome, and now has some extra cool purpose. Put that with the very iconic View-Master from Mattel, you’ve got a VR … Continue reading

 

MICROSOFT
Windows 10 for Smartphones Preview Rolls Out

A technical review of Windows 10 for the smaller screen is here. Announced Thursday, many Windows phone lovers have been waiting for this. The version, although expected to have a bunch of unfinished elements, will include Action Center upgrades, voice … Continue reading

 

DELL
Dell’s New Venue 10 and Venue 10 Pro Tablets Are Made to Be Super Durable

Dell announced a series of education-oriented products this week, including the Venue 10 and the Venue 10 Pro tablets, that offer several cool new features geared towards students. The Venue 10 series by all estimations falls just short of the … Continue reading

 

CES - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
Dell Made a Chromebook 11 Just for Students, Made of Plastic

The already highly popular Dell Chromebook 11 (award winner at CES, actually) has a Version 2.0, and it’s not for everyone. It’s designed for the student population, as Dell is looking to further invade the education sector by providing a … Continue reading

 

DELL
Eurocom’s MXM GPU Upgrade Kit for Existing Laptops

Eurocom Corp., a British video game developing company, designs high performance supercomputer-class mobile systems so that they’re easily upgradable. The company is known for designing arcade console ports, also big name games such as Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The New Razer Blade Gaming Laptop is Packed with Some Serious Upgrades

Big things often come in small packages, and that is especially true when it comes to laptops. The struggle to find the perfect balance between size and performance is akin to the Goldilocks dilemma – try to pack in too … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
CuBox Is a Tiny 2-Inch Cube Set Top Box

Tiny computers are so awesome. From the so-loved Raspberry Pi to a good ol’ Chromecast HDMI stick, portable mini-computers are usually very functional, and very reasonably priced. The one thing that could make streaming devices this even better though, is … Continue reading

 

HP
Super Cheap Highly-Rated HP Windows Tablet, the Stream 7

The price of HP’s Stream 7 tablet is so low, it may make you wonder how HP can afford to sell a Microsoft-operating device for just $79. You may or may not know that Microsoft no longer charges device manufacturers … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
New Standard Will Allow 8K on Laptop Displays

8K resolution, or 7,680 x 4,320 pixels to be exact, could be on its way to a screen near you. While we usually only see such high resolution displays on fancy TV models, 8K video might be possible really soon, … Continue reading