Lenovo aims its limber laptops at consumers (with the Yoga 3 Pro) and the small-business crowd (with the ThinkPad Yoga 14), and the Yoga 3 Pro uses Intel's long-awaited Core M-70 processor.
Company extends its crowdfunding campaign after raising 1425% of its original goal.
Bluetooth is ubiquitous for headsets and speakers; Zuli uses it to build a super-cheap mesh network for home control.
This mobile architecture boasts all the same features as the desktop version of “Big Maxwell,” but in a smaller package that sips even less juice.
The sound card is becoming a distant memory, but quality audio never goes out of style.
This tabletop tablet has a couple of shortcomings, but it remains the best of its breed.
This smart-home system is built on a shaky foundation.
This IP camera is inexpensive enough, but you’ll need a D-Link router to take full advantage.
Reliance on power-hungry Wi-Fi restricts where you can locate this sensor.
This controller will turn lights and other devices on and off—and that’s about it.
Apart from breathtaking speed, this $300 docking station doesn’t deliver anything that docks costing half as much do.
The 7-inch Stream tablet will be even cheaper: Just $100.
The 1080p monitor will sell for $430 when it goes on sale October 1.
The latest chapter in the story of two products struggling for relevance in an increasingly crowded market.
A DIY in-wall controller for the price of a cell phone? What’s the catch?