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ADATA to show off new USB Type-C and Apple products at Computex 2015
USB Type-C and Apple related products all on display for ADATA at COMPUTEX 2015.
New Razer Taiwan store opening shut down due to massive crowds
Hundreds of fans flock to Razer's Taiwan store opening and it gets shut down due to safety concerns.
Linksys pushes out WLAN range extender with inbuilt power plug
Gigabit Ethernet, wireless audio streaming and 10,000 square foot coverage is just part of what this product can handle.
Wax on, wax off, charge your products in your 'alone time' - Wankband
What a time to be alive - recharge your devices while releasing yourself with Pornhub's 'Wankband'
The new Corsair Dominator Platinum Orange Edition RAM is so satisfying
Corsair has announced the Dominator Platinum Orange Edition RAM - to be paired with the GIGABYTE GA-X99-SOC Force motherboard.
Intel claims Apple would be lost without their chips
Intel CFO Stacy Smith states that Apple would "have to take a big step off performance to step off our architecture"
Microsoft vows to support the Raspberry Pi 2 - offering up Windows 10
Microsoft are putting its might behind this tiny computing device, stating they will be "delivering a version of Windows 10 that supports Raspberry Pi 2"
The Wall Street Journal warned us in 1990 about sale of personal data
The Wall Street Journal published an article in 1990 warning us about sale of personal data. It's interesting and awakening to reflect on past information.
As online sales ramp up, check out this great postage box redesign
ChenChen Hu has designed a new shipping box that wil functionion without a single inch of tape being used.
Co-workers interrupting you? This flag will tell them, be gone!
If co-workers are interrupting your work flow, this possible crowdfunded project will see them notified without speaking a word.
Meet the original Apple watch
Meet Apple's first watch - it's a little less technical than what you see today, but it's different and rare.
CRYORIG Announces New QF120 Fan Line
HP Reinvents the Desktop PC for the Home
Thermaltake's LUXA2 launches power banks, audio and holder accessories
LUXA2 are pushing their new high-quality items into the market. We've liked their underrated products before, can they deliver again?
Internet of Things will become more disruptive, shaking things up
Consumers and decision makers will become more familiar with the Internet of Things (IoT), as connected technology becomes more disruptive in 2015.
Panasonic Booth Overview at CES 2015
NVIDIA shield receives Android Lollipop update to great success
NVIDIA plus Android's Lollipop 5.0.1 update equals an awesome product.
24" 144hz monitor for $199 with free shipping to Aussies from Kogan
Kogan rocks the technology market yet again with crazy pricing on self-branded products.
BIOSTAR implements #LAN surge protection for all new motherboards
BIOSTAR now offer LAN surge protection on all new motherboard models as a standard feature.
Apple iPhone 6s conceptual designs released featuring stainless steel
French designer Grisha Serov produces some conceptual an sleek iPhone 6s and Apple iWatch designs all in stainless steel.
An analysis: Dell's 24 and 27-inch 4K monitors hit the market
Dell release two high-range 4K monitors to the global market, we take a look at the pricing and release features.
Great Scott! Charge your phone with the Flux Capacitor USB car charger
ThinkGeek brings back the Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger, originally an April Fool's prank that customers must have really liked.
Razer Announces Updated DeathAdder Gaming Mouse
RumorTT: Apple to end selling iPad 2 in favor of iPad mini, according to analyst
Rumor: Analyst expects iPad 2 to stop being sold after the iPad mini launch.
Be wary: One in 10 social-media reviews will be paid for by 2014
One in 10 social media reviews will be a paid-for fake by the year 2014 a new study suggests.
XIGMATEK releases Secure III, USB 3 HDD docking station in black or white
XIGMATEK announces the new Secure III USB HDD dock that uses USB 3 and SATA3 support.
Founder of Best Buy offers $8.5 billion to buy the company
Richard Schulze, founder of Best Buy, wants to buy the company for $8.5 billion.
Toshiba to make quad-core Android 4.0 tablets in 7, 10, and 13 inch sizes
Toshiba announces a new line of tablets dubbed the "Excite" family of tablets.
Apple's next "absolutely different" product rumored, could we see something revolutionary, magic, again?
Apple's next "absolutely different" product, what could it be?
Telstra set to open 100 new stores over the next 3 years
Telstra looking at opening 100 new stores that will suit local markets.
AMD to abandon its Sempron, Athlon and Phenom brand names?
AMD to axe brand-named products like Sempron, Phenom and Athlon.