If you're in the market for an Android tablet, Asus has a new device launching in the US next month starting at a cool $499.
If you're in the market for a new set-top box that supports Google's TV operating system, you might be interested in Sony's new platform currently up for pre-order in both the United States and UK.
Google's biggest event of the year happens this week, and you know what that means.
Microsoft has never really seriously pursued the PC hardware side of things, instead teaming with large manufacturers for computers and smartphones.
A new report is making the rounds concerning Apple's long-awaited HDTV.
If you enjoy computers and bare-bones hardware, odds are you've been keeping an eye on the tiny and cheap Raspberry Pi board.
When Microsoft pulled the wraps off its Surface tablet earlier this week, I suspected a number of PC manufacturers were going to be both surprised and upset.
If you're a fan of cheap and bare-bones computing, you probably have been coveting the petite and ultra low-priced Raspberry Pi.
Samsung's slate of tablets are about to bet upgraded.
Industry buzz is building for the upcoming Nexus 7, as rumors claim Mountain View's indigenously designed tablet will make an appeareance at Google's I/O conference at the end of June - and possibly hit virtual store shelves in July.
Sony is looking to get back into the Google TV market.
Sharp has set a new world record.
The rumored Microsoft-branded tablet expected to be revealed today has a surprising partner.
Microsoft and Apple have one of the longest-running and fiercest rivalries in the modern technology industry.
By 2016, owning a Blu-ray player will be irrelevant, says the head of a company whose future relevance is also up for debate.
Ferrari, Bugatti, Lamborghini - all are high-end vehicles commanding equally high prices.
Rumors have been swirling around for months now about Mountain View designing its very own Google-branded tablet.
Intel is certainly no stranger to making wild claims for its own products and against the competition.
It's no secret that Apple's sleek iPhone is the most popular single smartphone on the market.
There are plenty of small form factor computers on the market today, but if you can't mount the typical SFF computer on the back of your monitor, you still need space on your desk or in your entertainment center to place it.