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Anti-Slip mousepads are the last PC inclusion from Turtle Beach
Turtle Beach release this new mousepads, claiming one is... MAC compatible.
Turtle Beach venture further into PC gaming - offering new GRIP mice
Turtle Beach are furthering their charge into the PC peripheral market - offering up two new GRIP mice for different styles of gaming.
Turtle Beach announce their Cherry Brown mechanical keyboard and more
Turtle Beach try their hand in the keyboard market, announcing two mechanical keyboards and one membrane offering.
Turtle Beach introduce new DTS 7.1 100% wireless console headsets
Turtle Beach provide a few world firsts with their two new console headsets for Xbox One.
Syber announce three new Vapor Mini-PC models as a PC console line
Syber are looking to push Steamboxes into the market before Valve releases the SteamOS - this is thanks to Windows 8.1 paired with Steam's Big Picture mode.
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?
OWC releases their Aura SSD upgrade and Thunderbolt 2 dock
One of the few companies offering specialized Mac upgrades and service, OWC use CES to launch furthered support.
The Livescribe 3 Smartpen is coming to Android
Smartpens are coming to Android, with Livescribe beginning their support for this much-loved operating system.
Sony tease their new Walkman - the ZX2
Sony unveil their brand new Walkman into the audiophile market, its marked a high price for high quality technology.
Mad Catz introduces their new G.L.I.D.E mousepad
Mad Catz appeal to the competitive gamer, pitting up a non-fraying mousepad desinged with low sensitivity players in mind.
BMW and HERE pair up for advanced automotive driver experiences
BMW and Nokia-owned company HERE are trying to connect drivers with their cars and provide maximum intergration into the outside world.
Nuu Mobile introduces new unlocked Android smartphones to America
Nuu Mobile are looking to bring it to the US, offering affordable no-contract Android deices.
Thermaltake launch new 80 PLUS Platinum modular power supply series
Thermaltake ramp up the efficiency game - expanding their Toughpower Grand series into the Platinum range.
Lenovo slim down and speed up their Thinkpad range thanks to Broadwell
Lenovo set to improve their new range of laptops with Intel's Broadwell processor along with lighter and thinner product design.
Acer implement touchscreen technology into their Chromebook 13 line
Acer announce that their Chromebook 13 line will be receiving touchscreen technology, sneaking under their other large-scale announcements.
ZOTAC are showcasing their new GTX 970 models at CES 2015
ZOTAC are unleashing their GeForce GTX 970 models at CES - showcasing them by playing 4K games in an SLI-based system.
SteelSeries aim to improve your game with an eye-tracker at CES 2015
SteelSeries team up with Tobii technology to produce an eye-tracking system to assist general and professional gamers alike.
The Acatel Pixi 3 can run Android, Windows or even Firefox OS
Pick an OS, any OS. This phone comes in four different sizes and with one of three different operating systems.
ZOTAC to Show Off Three New Products at CES
SteelSeries Launches the Sentry Eye Tracker
Acer announce their bigger and faster Chromebook 15
Acer unleash their new Chromebook with a bigger display, better processor and a handy price.
Chevrolet have made a 4K UHD monitor wall spanning 240 square feet
Chevrolet implement a massive screen to view, alter and tweak their upcoming car designs - the whole ordeal takes five people just to operate.
New release Samsung Smart TVs will include PlayStation Now
Sony and Samsung team up - offering PlayStation Now services on Samsung Smart TVs released throughout 2015.
Lian Li to Showcase Open Air Chassis at CES 2015
Christmas light recycling is serious business in China
There's a whole Chinese industry built around smelting the things that American people don't want - here's a little insight.
SYNNEX Corporation Broadens Cable Footprint with Time Warner Cable Business Class Distribution Agreement
Nintendo files new patent allowing Gameboy emulation on smartphones
Nintendo patents go public, seeing a possible plan come to light for them to utilize GBA technology in multiple mobile fields.
Razer Nabu smartband confirmed for release next week
Razer to release their black-color smartband to the North American market starting next week.
3DHead CEO's exclusive interview rebutting Reddit user claims
3DHead's billionaire CEO Alki David provides TweakTown with an exclusive interview and statements regarding his VR Project, self dubbed the "Oculus Killer"
Danish, US donors to the rescue as UK faces sperm shortage
There's been a drop in native sperm donors in the United Kingdom, leading to increased imports from the USA and Denmark.
School ends entire reading programme over fears book promotes hacking
A school in the United States has decided to pull out of a reading programme rather than give its students access to.
China reportedly agrees to cooperate with US in an effort to prevent further cyber attacks
China agrees to cooperate with US over cyber attacks.
LSI AIS 2012 - PNY Debuts HP SSD Upgrades and New USA Manufacturing Facility
LSI AIS 2012 - PNY Debuts HP SSD Upgrades and New USA Manufacturing Facility.
Verizon 4G LTE network will spread its networking tentacles to more than 2/3 of Americans, starts on April 19
Verizon to flick the switch to 'on' for their 4G LTE service, will cover 2/3 of Americans starting o.
AT&T are set to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion
AT&T to acquire T-Mobile, deal worth $39 billion.
Americans Buy Because Its Cool
At least in Virginia they seem to.