Asustor AS-304T NAS review
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Is Intel trying to make Android on the PC mainstream?
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Intel’s plans for Thunderbolt in 2014
Device charging and peer-to-peer connectivity are in the works for next year’s...
Certain microorganisms in our gut help us stay healthy, and some new research is providing evidence that these microbes also play a significant role in cancer treatment.
A new major SkyDrive iOS app update has been rolled out today, it is now capable of automatically uploading all photos taken with the camera.
It has been rumored time and time again that Retina iPad mini supplies are tight, and it seems things haven’t improved since launch.
Synology delivers a versatile and speedy home server solution with the DS214
Apple may have hesitated to go big with iPhone 5’s 2013 successors, but there’s apparently no way out of it for the 2014 iPhone duo, which is tipped to considerably push the size envelope at long last.
Unlike Target, Walmart and Best Buy, which have revealed Black Friday 2013 deals in their entirety already, Amazon keeps playing it cool, teasing upcoming promos and promising an unforgettable week of savings.
AMD’s Andrew Feldman shares why working with Intel was challenging and why AMD wasn’t a loser in a recent major SeaMicro deal in an interview with VR-Zone.
Apple has finally launched the official Apple Store for iPad app, allowing users to easily shop from their tablets.
Logitech has announced a new game controller which is compatible with iOS 7 powered iPhone and iPod touch.
Continuing the addition of new content sources, the Yahoo Screen and PBS apps for Apple TV set-top box have now been released.
We delve into Sony's next-gen PlayStation 4 console to examine and weigh its capabilities. Is it worth your time, and more importantly your cash? Jump in to find out.
USB flash drives are the greatest threat to information security ever, but Kingston has a partial solution.
A man in Japan has allegedly threatened the lives of two Nintendo executives by blowing them up with bombs.
A gaming company has sneaked in Bitcoin-mining code into a software update, and for a time turned its players’ computers into zombie machines, warranting a $1 million settlement in a class action lawsuit.
Samsung argues that Apple doesn’t own things like beauty and sexy in its attempt to lower or eliminate any notions that the South Korean tech company has infringed on any of Apple’s patents.
AOL is putting an end to the llama ass-whipping media player known as Winamp.
The next-generation Snapdragon 805 comes with 4K support and will be making its way onto devices starting next year.
Apple previously did not accept water damaged iPhones for trade-ins, but it has now slightly relaxed the previous restrictions.
The MOGA Ace Power gaming controller for iOS 7 powered iPhones has finally been launched after being leaked a few weeks ago.
So far focused solely on premium Android slates with extravagant price tags and more recently, tabs based on Windows 8.1, Toshiba has finally come out with a Nexus 7 2013 “killer” wannabe of its own, dubbed simply the Excite 7.