The little Raspberry Pi developer board has turned out to be a very popular device indeed.
The Android TV PC-on-a-stick market has become quite crowded over the last several months.
The Apple rumor mill is churning again with reports that the next-generation iPad mini will boast a significantly higher resolution display than the current model.
There are currently a number of tablets on the market today aimed at kids in specific age groups.
Over the last several months, we've seen a number of smartphone prototypes with a low power E-Ink display on one side and a traditional LCD on the other.
Not too long ago, Razer pledged to move forward with its Project Fiona gaming tablet - if the initiative received 10,000 Facebook likes.
Apple is reportedly working on a full-fledged HDTV that is expected to redefine the conventional television market.
There is certainly no shortage of dedicated devs and modders working on hacking Android-powered devices to make them more useful and customizable.
Lenovo has debuted a thin and uber-lightweight notebook lineup powered by Microsoft Windows 8. Dubbed the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the devices boast a chassis made from carbon fiber.
Google has reportedly received multiple offers for its Motorola set-top box division.
There is certainly no lack of devices on the market that will allow you to remotely view just who is knocking at your front door.
New software update makes it easier to control the MK802 II or III PC-on-a-stick.
Perhaps the most practical experience most of us have with 360° cameras and the images they produce is Google's Street View platform.
Apple has redefined mobile computing over the years with its wildly popular iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air. So what's next for Cupertino?
Origin has introduced a tricked-out Windows (7 or 8) gaming laptop known as the EON17-SLX.
Expected to launch in 2013, HP is keeping mum on pricing for its Windows 8-powered EliteBook Revolve.
Velocity Micro has unveiled a slick all-in-one (AIO) Windows 8 PC dubbed the Edge AIO.
New Toshiba Excite 10 SE tablet is $100 cheaper than its predecessor, but still dangerously close to the price of the iPad 2.
Once the only rear-projection screen TV hold out, Mitsubishi has finally exited the market.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered ultraportable PC lineup targeted at students and budget-conscious users.