Netgear is releasing a new 802.11ac router in May, starting at $199.99.
European carrier say Nokia's line of Microsoft phones can't compete with offerings from Apple and Microsoft.
Graphics Properties Holdings (GPH) has made a name for itself to monetize about 300 former SGI patents. LG, RIM and HTC hunted as well.
After the launch of the nation's first "Super Wi-Fi" network, the Wi-Fi Alliance is now annoyed about the usage of its trademark. An update to last week's Super Wi-Fi network launch is also included.
The first commercial TV white spaces network has been launched, leading to a nation-wide public internet access.
Currently present in its line of desktop and laptop computers (but not the Mac Pro), could Apple be bringing Thunderbolt to its media players next?
Genesys Logic claims that it will exhibit the world's first USB 3.0 Isochronous webcam controller chip GL3620 at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
Samsung has patented the concept of using a movable mirror to direct light beams in a scanner to retrieve spatial data and scan an object in three dimensions.
Amazon's $79 Kindle ereader is probably as cheap and cheerful as they get, but the device is actually more expensive for Amazon to build than it is for us to buy.
What goes great with a 450 Mbps dual band router? A similar media bridge to help keep your super-fast Wi-Fi network super stable while streaming HD content.
NETGEAR launched both a dual-band Wireless-N router and a gadget that turns your TV into a connected "smart TV."
Apparently, HP's preferred course of action is spinning its Personal Systems Group off into its own entity. But that's not necessarily what will happen. Would our world as enthusiasts change if HP ended up selling its PC business? Chris and Alan discuss.
Following rumors that a price drop was on the cards, major retailers have dropped the price of Nintendo’s Wii console.