GDC 2017 is shaping up to be a big deal for PC enthusiasts, with both AMD and Nvidia holding special events.
These were heralded as impressive new gotta-have-it features. In hindsight, they're pretty useless.
Intel has indicated not one but two new chips—a 14nm chip for desktops, known as Coffee Lake, alongside the 10nm Cannon Lake—will launch sometime before the end of the year.
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Our first look at the products Sony announced at CES reveals additional details and impresses us anew.
Upgrading CPU performance hasn't been a priority for Intel in many years, but that could be changing.
Perhaps the next iPhone 8 will be Apple's next shot at achieving greatness in China.
Logitech's Brio webcam features a 4K resolution, HDR, and Windows Hello support.
The smart home space remains the domain of the early adopter, but Apple's HomeKit market is more scattered than most.
Intel made waves at CES with Optane, a new class of memory and storage that will supercharge PCs and servers. But rival Micron's already looking to outclass Intel's Optane.
At CES 2017, a collaboration of several autonomous car technology providers showcased how self-driving cars will make use of always-on connectivity, artificial intelligence and other innovations to provide a better experience for car manufacturers, drivers and passengers. (1:56)
6 innovative new companies showed off their products in the Eureka Park section of CES 2017. (1:02)
Panasonic's flexible Lithium-ion battery will maintain its electrical characteristics even after repeated bending. (1:07)
Virtual Reality and drones were hot at CES. But were they hotter than Apple's almost-impossible-to-get AirPods? (19:37)
The Hub Robot links to LG smart appliances and uses Amazon Alexa voice recognition to perform tasks such as starting your robotic vacuum. (1:08)
This in-home system takes all the work out of growing produce. (1:26)
We interview Ian Cartabiano, the chief designer of Toyota's Concept-i car. (1:56)
LG has integrated Amazon's Alexa into several of its upcoming smart home products to make your life easier. (1:30)
They're just experiments, but Hyundai's three wearable robots could lend a bit of superhuman power to people who need it.
Riding Assist is a prototype technology from Honda that keeps a motorbike upright. It does this by making small adjustments to the front wheel as it senses changes in the bike’s center of gravity. (1:16)
Vivint's smart home ecosystem works together to keep your home, well, smart—run by its AI system, Sky. (2:01)
Flashy framework. Thoughtful details. Just plain cool features. In Win clearly knows how.
At this point, EVGA has basically everything you need to build your own PC—except for storage and a processor. (1:44)
The Uni-Cub is a personal mobility device, designed to transport a single person around a building or town. The device freely moves forwards, backwards, side-to-side or diagonally according to the direction its user shifts their weight. (1:43)
A talking fridge, a Wi-Fi trash can, and a bed for hacking your sleep. Welcome to the home of the future.
Among them was a new Pro Streamer for the Twitch-erati.
The LucidCam looks like a point-and-shoot camera, but it packs two lenses and captures VR-ready footage in 4K.
Gigabyte gets what it means to be a PC enthusiast. Just take a look at these tricked-out systems.
Believe it! Mac users are no longer limited to shovelware or aged games, thanks to Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service. (1:26)
Soon this autonomous aerial vehicle will be able to pick up passengers, but not in the United States. (1:54)
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