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ZOTAC shows off another Intel and NVIDIA powered mini PC, ZBOX EN970
ZOTAC shows off another powerful mini-PC in the form of the Intel Core i5 Broadwell powered ZBOX EN970.
The ZOTAC SteamBox ZBOX SN970 discovered with pictures
ZOTAC showcases its new Steambox variant, the ZOTAC ZBOX SN970 with four HDMI ports, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970m and more.
The CRYORIG Pi is an Internet of Things power supply
CRYORIG has announced a new power supply which can power up, restart or record information all through Wi-Fi and a mobile application.
CRYORIG unveils its A Series of hybrid liquid coolers
CRYORIG boasts new all-in-one liquid cooling units that will improve your whole system specifications.
The Fractal Design Kelvin Series has been revised
Fractal Design has improved and re-released its Kelvin all-in-one watercooling series with an advanced fan controller and more.
The Fractal Core 500 mini-ITX chassis fits 7 drives and watercooling
Fractal Design launches a competitor to the Tt Core V1, supporting watercooling, a full size GPUs, a full size PSU, dust filters and more at only $59.99.
Fractal Design pushes the Integra SFX 450 PSU for your mini PC
Fractal Design unleash its Integra SFX 450w 80PLUS Bronze power supply to suit the tiny NODE 202 chassis.
Fractal Design launches the NODE 202 compact chassis
Fractal Design announces a new mini-ITX chassis with separate chambers for advanced cooling.
PowerColor joins the audio game with the Devil HDX sound card
PowerColor launches its Devil HDX sound card with advanced connection options and an included daughterboard.
ASUS appeals to audio lovers with three STRIX 7.1 sound cards
ASUS pushes three new STRIX sound cards to the public with an in-game cheater-like sound radar.
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.
Mini is on everyone's mind with GIGABYTE launching the B150M-D3H mATX
GIGABYTE launches a new micro-ATX motherboard that may debut for under $100.
GIGABYTE launches new entry-level Z170-HD3 motherboard
GIGABYTE pushes its new entry-level Z170-HD3 motherboard for single video card applications.
Analogix pushes family of Type-C controllers and High-Speed Switches
'The full-featured USB-C cable will replace HDMI cables' says Analogix, announcing its new Type-C controller.
Analogix Launches Family of Single-Chip USB Type-C Port Controllers and High-Speed Switches for Next-Generation Mobile Devices
ZOTAC engineers more power into your game
ADATA adds high performance XPG RAM to its lineup and a sponsorship
ADATA launches its XPG series of SSDs and RAM and pushes itself into the eSports world with compLexity Gaming.
Corsair adds AIO watercooling support for NVIDIA GeForce video cards
Corsair unleashes NVIDIA video card all-in-one watercooling support.
ECS launches LIVA mini PC and LEET gaming motherboard
ECS pushes world's first Windows 10 Cortana supported mini PC and the LEET gaming motherboard.
COUGAR announces presence at Computex 2015
NVIDIA wants to apply G-Sync to laptops and more
NVIDIA says G-Sync for laptops will arrive soon and hints at VR and smartphones being next.
Australian politician speaks positively of autonomous vehicle tech
Growing number of politicians across the world taking notice of autonomous vehicles.
Daimler using Baidu technology to help offer more connected functions
Daimler and Baidu want to help push the boundaries of connected car technology.
Philips signs five-year research alliance with Massachusetts Institute of Technology to bring breakthrough innovations in HealthTech and Connected Lighting
US military working on mini-drone gliders to help spy on the enemy
US military wants swarm of mini drones to help conduct reconnaissance.
Eye-tracking helping make virtual reality a hands-free technology
Moving one step closer to hands-free VR.
The 'Yobot' is able to handle luggage at YOTEL New York hotel
Welcome the Yobot to Yotel.
Tesoro changes up its company plan slightly
Tesoro has changed a little, announcing new direction for the Computex 2015 trade show.
IDC: 3D printers continue to gain interest, with satisfaction rising
Interest in 3D printing technology is increasing, thanks to rising satisfaction among users, according to the IDC research group.
The MSI Prestige Series laptops packs a punch for a reasonable price
MSI announces their new 15 and 17-inch series of Prestige laptops featuring three-way 4K monitor support.
HIS Turbo Charger QC 2.0 AC Wall Charger Review
Lost the USB charger your product came with or looking for a spare? HIS has a solution in the form of a single USB port 2.1A output wall charger.
US Air Force testing 3D glasses to more accurately pick targets
The US Air Force is using a custom program that combines software with 3D glasses and monitor for more precise missile strikes.
US looking to re-establish technological edge, focus on cybersecurity
The US government wants to ensure the country's technological edge over political rivals is maintained, with increased focus on cybersecurity.
Delphi's autonomous car successfully finishes cross-country trip
Delphi completed a major effort after its autonomous vehicle completed a cross-country trip.
Ford fighting to find ways to support wearables, Internet of Things
Ford is finding new ways to pack more tech-based features into vehicles, looking to support smartphones, wearables, and the Internet of Things (IoT)
Have you ever thought about 3D printing a weapon? This man has done it
Flashback: 3D-Printed weapons are a real thing, do you support this technology advancement?
Report: DARPA working on better alternative to GPS technology
DARPA is working on a new system that can be used by the US military, more reliable than GPS.
Automakers scrambling to drastically increase electric vehicle range
Automakers want to increase the range of current electric vehicles, further enticing auto buyers.
Delphi's driverless car will start nationwide journey later today
Delphi's self-driving car will begin a trip across the country, from California to New York, later today.
Gartner: Smart cities will use 1.1 billion connected 'things' in 2015
There will be 1.1 billion connected things in 'smart cities,' according to Gartner.
DHS wants to see if wearables help emergency first responders
Homeland Security wants to see if emergency first responders would benefit if equipped with wearables.
SoftKinetic brings hand and finger recognition to virtual reality
SoftKinetic wants hand and finger recognition in your virtual and augmented reality environments - and is working to make it happen.