"CONNECTION" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 13 items for the tag: CONNECTION
Excalibur uses your phone to automatically enter PC passwords
Excalibur is a smartphone app that pairs with your PC to automatically log you in and out of... everything.
ASUS joins the party with the X99M-WS micro-ATX motherboard
ASUS launches its new mATX motherboard offering with fantastic connection options and 128GB quad-channel DDR4 support.
GEKKOPOD - The World's Most Flexible Mount
Astro Gaming A40 Headset with MixAmp Pro Review
Often referred to as the king of the console offerings, how does Astro's high-end A40 compare with the best that the PC market has to offer?
Patriot FUEL iON Magnetic Charging Pad Review
Yes, another accessory in the series. Can the charging pad make up for the car mount pitfalls and will it be of much use?
Patriot FUEL iON Magnetic Charging S4 Case and Stand Review
Why have I not owned one of these sooner? This back panel FUEL iON replacement allows you to charge your phone via magnets and it's amazing.
LUXA2 Groovy Duo Live Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker Review
With the claimed ability to 'bring your music to life', can this tiny package produce a big sound at the right cost? Read on to find out.
Andromedia Curve Mini Bluetooth NFC Speaker Stand Review
Looking for a unique device to hold your smartphone and playback music via Bluetooth or NFC at the same time? Andromedia's Curve Mini could be for you.
ARCTIC P614 BT Bluetooth 4.0 NFC Headphones Review
Designed with premium sound and portability in mind, the ARCTIC P614 BT headphones offers you easy-to-use Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC connection options.
Arctic S113BT Bluetooth NFC Portable Speaker Review
Offering a rubber coating and big sound out of a small package, Arctic tries to set themselves above the bar in the saturated Bluetooth speaker market.
Seagate Announces the Wireless Portable Drive
Blizzard's Battle.net servers are experiencing more login issues
Blizzard's login issues run rampant over the last four hours with no estimated fix time available.
CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 2 Pre-orders are open
Barracuda employs storage expert Ken Grohe from Virident/HGST
Ken Grohe is claimed as a storage expert and start-up business genius, Barracuda hires him in the hopes of massive growth.
Intel inks deal with Devicescape to gain access to its virtual network
Intel inks deal with Devicescape to gain access to their virtual network of global access points.
The FaceBook poke comes to real life
Inventors create a device that translates a FaceBook poke into a poke in real life.
Climate change has benefits, England moves 60ms closer to Japan
England moves 60ms closer to Japan via new fiber cables ran through the freshly melted Arctic.
Lian Li launches BZ-U02 Multimedia I/O port Bezel