Google revealed during the chaos of CES 2017 the next Daydream-ready HMD, which is made by Huawei, and surprisingly it has more in common with Samsung’s Gear VR than with Google’s own Daydream View headset.
Dell introduced the industry’s first mass-market 8K display aimed at professional designers, engineers, photographers and software developers. The UP3218K will be available this March, but its rough $5,000 price tag will be rather high even for professionals dealing with content creation. Show More Summary
ESEA confirmed that personal information from an estimated 1.5 million people was compromised in a December 27 data breach.
MyDigitalSSD shows Boost and claims it as the world's fastest portable SSD. The drive ships with two Samsung mSATA SSDs in RAID 0 and delivers a fast, flash-based backup destination for any USB-enabled device.
ASUS introduced its new ultra-thin business laptop that weds ultra-thin form-factor, long battery life, spill-resistant keyboard, good performance and a moderate price. The ASUS PRO B9440 is powered by Intel’s new Core i5/i7 Kaby Lake-U...Show More Summary
The satellite is more than 100 million miles away, but it can still snap a nice photo of home. The post NASA takes an amazing photo of Earth from Mars appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The Senate failed to act last year after the Email Privacy Act passed unanimously in the House, so representatives Kevin Yoder (R-KS) and Jared Polis (D-CO) reintroduced the bill hoping for a more receptive new Congress that would want to update the ECPA.
We noticed a new budget PSU line, the B3, in EVGA's suite at CES. It has five members, with capacities ranging from 450W to 850W.
Officially, Microsoft stopped giving away Windows 10 six months ago. Unofficially, it's still readily available. The post Windows 10 free upgrades are still unofficially available appeared first on ExtremeTech.
SilverStone revealed several new PSUs at CES, from mainstream models to ultra high-end ones with increased capacity.
Analogix Semiconductor revealed three new entries to the company’s SlimPort DP to Quad MIPI-DSI display controllers that enable device makers to use 120Hz displays in smartphones, mobile VR devices, and AR smartglasses or 4K 60Hz panels in mobile devices.
Razer brought neat hardware to show off, but someone thought it was so neat they wanted to take it home. The post Two of Razer’s triple-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Those who want a Windows powered laptop don't have to feel jealous of those who choose the macOS path, because there are some truly awesome Windows 10 laptops available.
Honor (styled honor) is a sub-brand of Huawei, defining itself for users that ‘feel young at heart’, or charactized in the media for focusing on lower cost devices with features that appeal to millennials. Last year honor introducedShow More Summary
We test how passive cooling treats Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, and discuss some of the challenges a passive cooler presents to a 75W graphics card.
In this review we are taking a look at two mechanical keyboards from Das Keyboard, the 4 Professional and the Prime 13. The 4 Professional is a very popular keyboard that is being heavily marketed towards professionals, while with newly released Prime 13 the company is trying to expand their market base.
It's been 10 years since Apple debuted the first iPhone. We review the devices' history, its achievements, and where Apple might go from here. The post The iPhone was announced 10 years ago, reinventing smartphones, mobile computing appeared first on ExtremeTech.
We finally got a demo of Intel's Project Alloy merged reality HMD in action. It's basically a proof of concept at this point; Project Alloy 2--the shipping version coming late this year--will have all new hardware.
Keyssa is no longer a new name, but this year at CES 2017 they provided some interesting progress updates and also provided a sneak peek at some fairly interesting products. The first, and probably most telling sign of where our industry...Show More Summary
CES brought us a vast cornucopia of new Z270 motherboard releases that were predictably timed to match Intel's Kaby Lake release, but the new range of AM4 motherboards that support the upcoming AMD Ryzen processors was a nice surpri...