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The inaugural CES Asia launched on May 25 in Shanghai, China, with more than 200 of the world’s most important names in consumer technology.
A fire caused by an unplugged mobile charger destroyed a house in Finland in 2013, and then triggered an invention that can prevent such tragedy from happening again.
The world’s first eye-tracking virtual reality headset lets users interact with the environment just by looking at it.
The iData is a external storage device that allows you to store all of your music, movies and other important files on a convenient, swappable drive.
It’s hard to talk about a particular BlackBerry model without talking about the company itself. Still, the Classic is the best smartphone in the BlackBerry stable.
Western Digital launched four new products to provide additional storage and management solutions for creative professionals and small businesses.
Lenovo has launched its A7000, a smartphone that sports an enhanced audio capability, in an exclusive partnership deal with online retailer Lazada.
Microsoft recently launched two new, entry-to-mid-range phones that pretty much shows that the software giant is now ready to play with the big boys.
Oculus, the virtual reality firm acquired by Facebook last year, said Wednesday it would begin shipping its Oculus Rift headset to consumers early next year after years of development.
Early adopters of the Apple Watch, Apple Inc’s first new product in five years, are complaining that a number of its key functions are disrupted by their tattoos.
Microsoft’s vision for holographic computing is to transform the world with holograms – seamlessly connecting the digital world with real life.
The best of virtual world and augmented reality in one amazing device created by Microsoft.
Built on the enthusiastic reception and success of the first-generation ZenFone, the ASUS ZenFone 2 is the world’s first 4GB RAM smartphone matched with premium design and incredible specs.
Facebook executives have laid out a future that includes conceptually teleporting social network users with virtual reality technology from Oculus, a technology firm which Facebook bought last year in a deal valued at $2 billion.
South Korean researchers develop a ”smart” fabric which can generate electricity to power wearable devices.