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.
This controller will turn lights and other devices on and off—and that’s about it.
Reliance on power-hungry Wi-Fi restricts where you can locate this sensor.
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?
The PC builder uses its enterprise-hardware smarts to broaden its business base, building lower-cost laptops that are still durable, secure, and ready for a fast-paced workday.
The new GPUs are faster, consume less power, and promise to make games more realistic.
The second router based on Quantenna’s 4x4 chipset is much slower than the Asus model that beat it to market.