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Looking for a great holiday gift for family, friends or colleagues? Check out this collection of tech gear to suit every taste and budget.
The world of wireless charging is about to get a lot more electric. CIO.com's Al Sacco presents several wireless charging options that make great, affordable holiday gifts for the techie on your list.
This holiday gift guide for Apple fanboys and fangirls features some of our favorite accessories to personalize and enhance your Apple gear.
As part of the Network World Cool Yule Tools Holiday Gift Guide, here are some suggestions for gifts and techie gadgets that will spruce up your home and make it more tech-savvy.
As part of the Network World Cool Yule Tools Holiday Gift Guide, here are some suggestions for gifts and techie gadgets that will help you have fun over the holiday season.
Work doesn't have to be boring - here are some holiday gift suggestions from the Network World Cool Yule Tools Holiday Gift Guide that will keep you up and running at work all year long.
With the Surface Pro 4, Microsoft builds on the previous generations of the Surface line, getting them closer than ever to their goal of creating a tablet that will replace your laptop.
Microsoft's Surface Book reboots what you'll think a laptop should be
Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 improves inside and out, but new Windows tablets are lurking in the wings. Can it keep its 'best-of' crown? We'll see,
This week on Hardcore Hardware, we look at Intel's RAIDed SSD that pushes 5GBps read speeds.
It costs a little more than your standard IKEA affair, but this adjustable sit-and-stand desk is packed with intelligence and a desire to make you healthier.
We tear down this little, liquid-cooled, two-story PC to find out what makes it tick.
Razer built a better mousepad--for Razer faithful, anyway, with pretty lights and a few other flashy features.
Intel's first Skylake CPUs target gamers and enthusiasts, and hints at what will come for laptops later this year.
This chip arrived already obsolete, but benchmarks comparing it to Haswell and AMD Godavari show its true colors.
It may be the most functional piece of nerd jewelry you've ever seen, and something you can actually get through airport security.
You could also call it whole-home anti-malware, but I wouldn’t call it ready for widespread deployment.
This 12-inch business laptop may be easier to fit into a bag, but it's not much lighter than its 14- and 15-inch cousins.