The Intel Compute stick is the smallest full-fledged Windows PC you can buy, and it's quite capable for the price.
The Gigabyte Brix packs a speedy 5th Generation Core i7 processor and NFC support into a tiny, 1-pound chassis.
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Your next smartphone could recognize your eyeballs and use your iris pattern rather than your fingerprint or a password to identify you.
Starting at just 159 euros and coming to the U.S., the new Lumia 640 and 640XL have full HD screens, quad-core processors and colorful designs.
For just $199, this .37-pound projector provides stunning color images and 2.5 hours of battery life.
Samsung's Galaxy S6 may have a sexy design, but the the non-removable battery and lack of expandable storage are major turn-offs.
A new smartwatch from Pebble will offer a color screen, a microphone for doing quick voice responses and an operating system based on your personal timeline.
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Here are 10 ways you can use Intel's new RealSense 3D (depth-sensing) camera technology, which is appearing in a lot of new PCs and tablets.
Prototype software from AMD detects all the people in your videos and lets you search by who is in each clip.
At its CES booth, Intel demonstrated one extraordinary use of its new RealSense 3D camera, accepting input on a holographic navigation panel that appears in mid-air.
Sengled's high-tech light bulbs can keep watch on your home while pumping out light, music and Wi-Fi signals at the same time.
Intel's jumping into the stick PC space, announcing a quad-core computer that's the size of a USB key but runs full Windows while plugged into the back of your TV or monitor.
A new smartwatch offers access to encrypted data, calls and transactions along with a phone, camera and full Android OS.
Asus's first Android Wear watch has a premium design and bright screen but Google's limited operating system holds it back.
A new all-in-one PC from HP combines a depth-sensing camera, projector and touch-sensitive mat to create an immersive dual-screen experience.
Your boss won't believe you if you say your dog ate your report, but the right high-tech excuse may get you out of trouble.
Windows 10 is a big improvement over Windows 9. Has Microsoft finally learned to listen to it's users?
The Meta 1 augmented reality glasses could change shopping, entertainment and even medicine. We go hands-on.
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus pale in comparison to Samsung's new flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4.
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