Intel has introduced a mini NUC PC powered by Santa Clara's Bay Trail chipset (1.46 GHz Intel Atom SoC with 5W TDP).
KGI securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo has published a rough outline of Apple's 2014 roadmap, which includes a lower-cost iMac, an upgraded iPad Air/iPad Mini, new iWatch (in two sizes) and a 4.7-inch/5.5-inch iPhone.
Anand Shimpi of AnandTech has concluded that Apple's latest A7 processor can indeed be categorized as "desktop class."
ECS has introduced a mini-desktop PC equipped with Intel's Atom Bay Trail-M processor and an approximate price tag of $200.
Nvidia has debuted the Jetson TK1 DevKit.
The Rufus Cuff boasts a 3-inch display and is fully capable of running Android apps from the Google Store.
This is a pivotal year for tablets as the traditional markets leading computing and CE deployments reach a tipping point and give way to growth regions.
Samsung has confirmed that its second-gen, high-end Galaxy Gear smartwatch will carry a $300 price tag.
1080p may have become the de-facto (minimum) laptop display in recent years, although Toshiba is apparently looking to shake-up the status quo with its Satellite P50t.
Phone maker ZTE and game developer The9 are reportedly prepping a new Android-based game console for a launch in China later this month.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a set-top box capable of playing games and streaming movies from multiple online platforms including Prime Instant Video, Netflix and Hulu Plus.
When Google finally debuts its smartwatch, it will be joining a hyper-competitive space filled with similar devices from other companies.
The PonoPlayer is now available for pre-order via Kickstarter.
Imagine that you are in a meeting with coworkers or at a gathering of friends. You pull out your cell phone to show a presentation or a video on YouTube. But you don't use the tiny screen; your phone projects a bright, clear image onto a wall or a big screen. Such a technology may be on its way, thanks to a new light-bending silicon chip developed by researchers at Caltech.
Zotac recently launched two new uber-mini gaming machines: the ZBOX EI730 and EI750.
The first Asus Chrome OS desktop system is now available for pre-order.
Acer is reportedly prepping a 3-in-1 device known as the Aspire Switch 10.
Taking photos with a wink, checking one's calendar with a glance of the right eye, reading text messages — the multinational cooperation Google wants to make it possible with Google Glass.
Roku has announced a new Streaming Stick at a $50 price point.
Two Gigabyte AMD-powered Brix systems are now available in the US with prices starting at $260, scaling up based on specs.
The entry-level model (barebones) Gigabyte GB-BXA8-5545 is powered by AMD's A8-5545M Richland processor paired with Radeon HD 8510G graphics.