Sony's PSZ-RA4T is a rugged, attractive, and versatile RAID box with support for both Thunderbolt 2 and USB. It's equally at home in a mixed Mac/PC environment, the field, or the trunk of your car.
Call it Intel vs. Snapdragon: The battle for the soul of your laptop is being fought in thin, light models like HP's Envy x2. So we tested it with both CPUs to dig deep into the differences.
This budget robot vacuum has some good features, but navigation skills aren't among them.
Centralite's new smart outlet is an affordable, compact choice for ZigBee ecosystems.
Whirlwind FX's VortX promises to be the "world's first environmental simulator for PC gaming," but first-generation hardware woes make this experiment mostly a bust.
We get hands-on with Creative Labs' newest audiophile sound card: The Sound BlasterX AE-9.
Michael Simon and Adam Patrick Murray face off over Google's Night Sight low-light camera mode for the Pixel phones.
Adam believes all the hype around Night Sight on Google's Pixel 3 is a bit too much.
Sorry Adam, I think Night Sight on the Pixel 3 is awesome.
Plus: Below finally gets a solid release date (soon!), Ubisoft Club Units get a two-year timer, and Just Cause 4 features one of the best Easter eggs in years. This is gaming news for December 3 to 7.
Amazon has cut prices on top-rated Anker charger, battery packs to all-time lows today.
Corsair's new K70 is the first to feature Cherry's new Low Profile MX switch, recreating a laptop feel on a desktop keyboard. It won't be to everyone's tastes, but it's pretty damn nice regardless.
We rounded up all the major trailers from the 2018 Game Awards, including quite a few "World Premieres" and a few 2019 release dates.
Newegg and Dell have some great deals on monitors, including a 29-inch ultrawide gaming monitor under $200.
You can win a Midnight Black OnePlus 6T with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
These graphically intense PC games crank the eye candy to 11—and make your PC sweat while they're at it.
We tried the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx reference laptop, experiencing ARM64-coded versions of the Firefox browser and Chromium. It felt fast, but independent benchmarking will tell more.
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