Wireless charging could be available for laptops and tablets soon.
This year at Computex we saw one of the first big steps to moving maglev into the mainstream – putting them in laptop keyboards.
We've been hearing rumors about the Nexus 8 for quite some time, but now we might have a glimpse of the real deal.
This week we got the first details about the fourth generation of the PCI express spec. PCIe 4.0 will have a base speed of 16 Gbps per data link.
The Xbox 360 controller was the gold standard for PC game pads for years. Now, finally, Microsoft has released PC drivers for the Xbox One
The Bravo Audio V2 Tube Amplifier defies a lot of the traditional thinking though. It’s remarkably small, looks bit rough but delivers on high-quality sound at an excellent price.
AMD has shown off the mobile version of its Kaveri APU, and is looking to give budget mobile gaming a bit of a boost. Tuesday night, AMD announced that it would be bringing its Kaveri APU to mobile.
A new partnership between Intel and Samsung is planning to shake that up at half the price of high-end monitors very soon.
HTC looks like it'll be releasing a smartwatch soon. The phone manufacturer has announced that it's working on its own wearable computing solution called the One Wear. The target launch date is late this summer or early fall.
Following a ruling by a European Commission earlier this month, Google now has a form that lets users submit a request to remove links to personal data to be removed from searches.
Fresh off of Apple's purchase of Beats, the tech giant has filed a patent for sensors that can detect whether the headphones are actually being worn and respond accordingly.
YouTube's taking another big step towards improving the quality of their streams. The Google Video Quality Report is set to help fill that role.
One of the biggest potential applications of the "wearable tech" movement is the incorporation of health data tracking. At least that's what Samsung president Young Sohn believes.
If there's one way to get pretty much everyone in the room to pay attention to something, it's sex. More so than most, the developers behind Sex with Google Glass have at least that much locked down.
Following the release of the Oculus Rift development kits, a lot of fascinating new projects have been cropping up. The latest one making the rounds is an experiment called "Gender Swap."
Apple's head of marketing, Phil Schiller, said Samsung's devices resembling the iPhone made it "much harder" to effectively distinguish the two lines of products.
The US Patent office has published a patent application from Apple Inc. titled "Power management systems for accepting adapter and solar power in electronic devices."
Taiwanese Industrial Technology Research Institute already has a working augmented reality system that projects a virtual GUI in front of the user.