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Curved displays shown at CES may make more sense as monitors than for TVs.
Nvidia G-Sync? AMD FreeSync? Asus has a monitor for each.
AMD has released a full list of monitors that will take advantage of its FreeSync technology to avoid screen tearing.
As Intel prepares to launch its new Broadwell parts for all-in-one desktops and laptops, a senior executive promises improved wireless performance.
HP's latest monitors get curvy, push virtual reality and push a new price on 5K monitors that's unbelievable.
Lenovo says it has broken a milestone by shipping 100 million—that's with an 'm'—ThinkPads.
Gamers can finally have it all with this fantasy monitor--at least until it gets one-upped by someone else.
An ultrawide field of view AND no image stuttering or screen tearing. Yep, this display was made with gamers in mind.
But the YotaPhone 2's price tag is its Achilles heel
The device's e-paper display could extend to its band, according to a report
4k displays aren't just for video pros or designers any more: Dell, AOC and Planar all offer super-high-resolution displays at increasingly affordable prices.
Corning's latest Gorilla Glass 4 was specifically designed to protect smartphones from full frontal impacts.
Two new big-name partners are embracing AMD's game-enhancing technologies, Mantle and FreeSync.
Display analyst Ray Soneira says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has the most color-accurate display of many of the recent flagship smartphones and tablets.
Dell says it will ship its UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD for under $2,000
The small panel could help power wearables for far longer than conventional displays.