AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
Wireless speakers are usually just that, offering to do little else other than taking calls from a connected phone. The Philips BT5580 is one among those that offer to do more, by also being able to charge another mobile device. But does it perform its main functions well enough for all that to be worth it? Let's find out.
We went to Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, to play and stand inside the institution’s NVIDIA-powered CAVE2 visual computing facility. Need we say more?
Looks like Google wants to make another play in the home entertainment space. The new Google Chromecast boasts a revamped design and improved streaming performance, while Chromecast Audio lets just about any speaker stream music wirelessly.
Sony is once again releasing a new limited edition PS4, and this time around, it's in conjunction with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Oculus VR wants you and your PC to be VR ready. To that end, the company is introducing their ‘Oculus Ready’ PC program that will help PC owners determine if their system is capable of supporting VR gaming.
Look forward to thinner Apple devices, because the company has just been granted a patent for a D-shaped headphone port.
Ever wanted a TV that stands out by blending in? That's exactly what the Samsung Serif is. Find out more about this TV in the link.
With security breaches all over the news these days, you can hardly be blamed for feeling a little paranoid about data theft or the actual snitching of your phone. We've rounded up a handful of apps to make your days a little easier and more secure.
Just bought yourself a shiny new ASUS ZenPad 7.0 and would like to get the most out of it? You can do so by attaching either the Power Case or Audio Cover. Here's our hands-on impression of both the accessories.
Here's a bite-sized summary of what Apple announced earlier this morning at its event in San Francisco. There's the iPhone 6s and 6s plus, the Apple TV, Watch OS 2, and the iPad Pro.