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HTC today announced that later this year it would release a wireless accessory for the Vive based on Intel’s WiGig technology.
A flaw known as MouseJack can be used to hijack many wireless devices, using a $15 radio transceiver and a minimum of engineering knowledge.
The ROG 7.1 headset and the Swift PG34BQ monitor are the two latest contenders in a bid by Asus to put out hardcore gaming peripherals.
Using ultrasound technology, Ultrahaptics promises to let you feel virtual objects and deliver tactile sensations without touching a thing.
You will soon be able to control games and apps with your eyes, thanks to Tobii technologies and the Steelseries Sentry eye-tracker.
As the USB 3.1 standard is finalized, plans to make the connection smaller and usable with either side up.
Photos of an early PlayStation 4 prototype have surfaced, revealing possible Move and built-in speaker components.
This multi-function printing system can use the same piece of paper five times, erasing the toner each time.
McAfee and Xerox have showcased the first multifunction printer with McAfee's embedded security technology.
We go hands on with Razer's freshest releases: The BlackShark headset, the Taipan mouse and two Razer Naga variants. Are they worth your hard-earned cash? Let's find out...
Logitech's previously announced Folio keyboard for the two latest generations of the iPad is about to go on sale in the U.S. and Europe.
This week, we try a new PC gaming headset, mess around with Curisma, and get reminded about how Apple customer service really rocks, sometimes.
Ever thought your iPad was missing something? Perhaps a wireless keyboard cover? Logitech has you “covered”.
In under 30 minutes, you can make tech accessories at home – with readily available stuff. 3 DIY Projects: speakers, cases, and earbud holders.
Adobe announced plug-ins for major applications such as Acrobat, Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, as well as browsers that fine-tune print jobs on laser, inkjet and networked printers.
Roccat and its peripherals have been big over in Europe for years now, but how will the company fare in North America?
This $70 mouse allows the user to swipe and scroll like a smartphone thanks to its touch-based surface.
Made out of felt or adorned with gold, programmed to escape or merge with your hand, mice continue to inspire designers.
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