Sales numbers, and a strong lineup of exclusives make Sony the console winner of E3 2014.
Panasonic opens a new showroom that would give us yet another glimpse at home consumer tech in the not-so-distant future.
Rosewill’s upcoming $199 B2 Spirit can accommodate HPTX motherboards.
New cases and two new PSUs are set to launch in the fall.
Asustor is looking to gain a more significant market share with its current NAS offerings.
Anyone worried Nokia’s future in the hardware manufacturing business might be looking bleak on the heels of Microsoft’s highly publicized purchase should unwind, as a hefty “Team Nokiasoft” product roadmap has been divulged.
The DS414slim is a diminutive NAS that weighs just 600 grams.
Cooler Master’s high-end Novatouch TKL keyboard gets a July release window, while the company’s Nepton coolers get a refresh.
Configurable RGBY illumination, a unique dorsal fin button set and a 8200 DPI sensor make Roccat’s Tyon gaming mouse an ideal choice for enthusiast gamers.
MSI’s Z97 Xpower AC motherboard is packed to the brim with features that assist overclockers in getting the most out of their systems.
Kingston’s gamer and overclocker centric HyperX Impact RAM will be available in frequencies from 1600MHz to 2400MHz.
Lian Li brings a lot of new enclosures to its booth at Computex.
By offering three different product lines and a host of new technologies, ASRock is set to challenge the likes of Asus, Gigabyte and MSI this year.
ASRock aims to differentiate itself from other vendors by offering a PCIe 3.0 x4 based M.2 controller on its 9-series motherboards.
The APU seems to be going everywhere but the tablet, as AMD talks new APU solutions and an FX APU line at Computex in Taipei.
Cooler Master brings innovative case mods to its booth in Taipei.
ADATA showcased a full range of its products at Computex in Taipei, from USB thumb drives to SSDs and DDR4 RAM.
Scores of hardware wins, a 14nm fanless 2-in-1 chip and a live SoFIA voice call demo define Intel’s keynote at this year’s Computex.
Intel’s unlocked Devil’s Canyon processors finally see the light of day at Computex 2014, after being first introduced at the Game Developer Conference earlier this year.
WD is getting ready for the big shift to PCIe-based SATA Express, the new transfer standard found on Intel’s series-9 chipset.