More than three months after Microsoft announced its “Kinect-less” Xbox One model, the company has finally revealed the details behind the standalone Kinect. The controversial sensor, which will be compatible only with the Xbox One (not the Xbox 360 or PC), will go on sale in October for $149.99.
Lithium-ion batteries power our digital lives, but can sometimes fail and cause the dreaded swollen battery. Here’s why the batteries in our laptops and smartphones sometimes swell, and what to do about it.
LG is gearing up to release a new flagship 34-inch monitor with an ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio, 3440×1440 resolution, a curved display, and Thunderbolt 2 support for both Macs and PCs.
The Vanatoo Transparent One speakers, the first from the company, pack incredible sound quality into a relatively small package. Read on for our full review.
The new entry-level iMac has a compelling price, but at the expense of performance. But just how much slower is the new iMac compared to its more expensive counterparts? We round up benchmarks looking at CPU and GPU performance, to help you decided if the $1,099 model is right for you.
Seiki, the company that disrupted the television market last year with the launch of an ultra-cheap 4K TV, is looking to repeat history in the monitor industry. The company has announced a trio of 4K monitors ranging from 28 to 40 inches, with impressive specs and a price that is expected to be industry-leading.
Everyone who values their computer hardware and data needs to invest in a uninterruptible power supply. Today, we’re taking a look at four UPS devices from Eaton, with power ratings and features to meet the needs of everyone from entry-level consumers to small businesses. Read on for our full review to see if Eaton should be on your UPS shopping list.
Apple on Wednesday introduced a new cheaper iMac, with a starting price of $1,099. That’s $200 less than the previous entry-level point, but the new model makes sacrifices when it comes to technical specifications.
Microsoft on Thursday finally released Windows drivers for the Xbox One controller, allowing gamers to use the company’s latest console controller on their PC. The drivers allow the Xbox One controller to work automatically with any games or applications that already support the Xbox 360 controller.
Apple introduced better support for 4K displays as part of Thursday’s OS X 10.9.3 update. But with only a handful of displays officially supported, and unforeseen compatibility issues with others, Apple has a long way to go to make a 4K “Retina” experience worthwhile to most consumers.