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Best known for building high-end headphones and mics, Sennheiser is now getting ready to enter the soundbar market. We got a demo during CES.
The HDHomeRun Scribe Duo and Servio can record broadcast TV channels without a separate server device.
Intel's new F-series chips lack a GPU, and are priced the same as otherwise identical Intel processors with integrated graphics.
From a smart wall outlet to a new range of smart lights to an amazing roll-up TV—and more!—we name the most impressive connected home and home entertainment gear of CES 2019.
CES 2019 was ground zero for chip announcements, mainstream laptops, radical PCs and enthusiast PC building parts. Here's the best of what CES had to offer.
The PC showed up strong at CES 2019. These are the big announcements and wider computing trends that you don't want to miss.
Pria is designed to help the elderly age in place, while the Omni mesh Wi-Fi router could be useful for everyone.
AMD chief executive Lisa Su talks candidly about ray tracing hardware, 3rd-gen Ryzen, clock speeds and cores, and a number of other topics following her CES 2019 keynote. Here's the full transcript.
Gigabyte's Aero 15 uses Microsoft's Azure AI and machine learning to tune itself on the fly.
Royole's FlexPai delivers the first folding Android phone, that literally unfolds into a tablet. But will U.S. carriers buy in?
Corsair's Capellix LED technology increases density of LEDS while lowering power consumption.
Razer has big plans for its HyperSense haptic feedback system, envisioning a future where your mouse, wrist rest, headset, and chair all rumble as one.
The British high-end audio manufacturer shows off the most convenient way to enjoy your vinyl collection.
Android TV is finally getting its due on consumer streaming players.
AMD's chief executive builds off her CES introduction of Radeon VII and the 3rd-generation Ryzen with disclosures about ray tracing plans, more cores for its Ryzen chips, and more.
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