The Sharp Aquos R2 Compact has two notches and we can't look away.
After numerous reports of failed cards appeared online, Nvidia has confirmed that a batch of bad GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards made it past testing.
Raspberry Pi is selling a new Model A+ with Bluetooth and WiFi for just $25.
The 1TB Samsung 860 Evo is $148 at Amazon right now.
AMD's Radeon RX 590 GPU uses brute force and an improved 12nm process to muscle past Nvidia's GTX 1060, but it doesn't displace the RX 580 completely.
The 6T is the first OnePlus phone to be sold in a carrier store, and it makes a strong first impression.
Google has finally rolled out their Night Sight to the Pixel camera via a software update.
Samsung Electronics will be the latest producer to include a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) on its latest mobile processor to improve machine learning performance. The Exynos 9 Series 9820 will almost certainly be seen on the Samsung Galaxy S10, and the dedicated NPU is claimed to improve the speed of AI-driven workloads by up to 700 percent when compared to the previous model.
The Light Keeps Us Safe has entered early access on Steam. We took the first person survival game for a quick spin to see how it’s shaping up and came away intrigued.
DJI will offer discounted prices on its drones, handheld products and accessories, as part of its Black Friday promotion.
JBL have introduced the Everest 710GA headphones, a new set of over-ear headphones that feature on-board Google Assistant.
Signify has announced two new iterations to its Philips Hue range, Hue White and Colour ambiance candle and Hue White Ambiance Spot.
Intel Extreme Masters is returning to Sydney on May 3-5, 2019.
D-Link has launched the new Viper 2600 High Power Wi-Fi Gigabit Modem Router.
Telstra has enabled voice commands for the Telstra TV through Google Assistant that match the features customers are most likely to use.
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