Our tests of a $6799 configure-to-order Mac Pro show – as expected – that the new system is better-suited to people making their living using professional apps like Final Cut Pro than everyday users working in consumer apps like iMovie.
If you shudder when hearing the words “network-attached storage” you can at least take solace knowing that you aren’t alone.
Miniature tablets are becoming more and more popular, with devices like Google’s Nexus 7 and Apple’s iPad mini in the vanguard. Acer tried to bring Windows to the mini form with its Iconia W3 earlier this year, but that tablet was hampered by an awful screen, a bulky chassis, and a slow processor.
If you’re in the market for a high-performing, low-priced Ultrabook, this has to be the one to go for.
Have you noticed that tablets are starting to feel a little mundane? You’ve got a rectangular slate with a large display while the manufacturer’s bragging about how it’s some fragment of a millimeter thinner or some fraction of an ounce lighter than the last.
The Note 8.0 is decent small tablet that costs just a little bit too much.
More than a year after first announcing the technology, 6TB helium-filled hard drives from Western Digital subsidiary HGST started shipping on Monday.
You may still be waiting for your Nexus 5 order to ship, but Google was nice enough to deliver a unit to our offices early Friday morning.
It doesn’t represent the UI overhaul that iOS 7 did on the mobile side, but it continues to refine OS X, applying polish where needed.
Earlier this year we tested several consumer-level 802.11ac routers. Here, we take a look at two enterprise-level access points. They’re a …
The Motorola Droid Maxx is an Android phone with an impressive battery life, a 5-inch screen, a dual-core processor, and a number of convenient features.
Which iPhone is for you? Comparing iPhone models.
The last few versions of VMware Workstation haven’t been radically different from one another, and Workstation 10 is no exception.
The connected fridge was for a long time seen as a joke, but companies like Philips are, with the help of smartphones and tablets, looking to resurrect the concept of connected kitchen appliances in various ways.