There are plenty of ultrawide monitors available, but Dell's UltraSharp U4919DW stands out because it's the first 49-inch ultrawide monitor with a QHD resolution. It's extremely wide, has a pixel count that tops out at 5120 x 1440, costs $1,699
iRobot, the company known for making the Roomba, some of the best robotic vacuum cleaners out there, is looking to jump into the lawn care game with the announcement of Terra. Much like the company's selection of indoor cleaners, this device will a
Imagine a world where smartphones, laptops, wearables, and other electronics are powered without batteries. Researchers from MIT and elsewhere have taken a step in that direction, with the first fully flexible device that can convert energy from WiFi
Our verdict of the RØDECaster Pro: A great option for anyone who wants to make their podcast more professional or record on the go. A variety of inputs and simple setup makes this a winner. As podcasting continues to grow in popularity, you have m
You don't really own it, and it breaks in unpredictable ways.
A Columbia University-led team has developed a new method to finely tune adjacent layers of graphene--lacy, honeycomb-like sheets of carbon atoms--to induce superconductivity.
A good test to see if youth of today can figure out how to dial an older rotary phone
Modular phones never quite panned out, did they? But in the rugged device market, it turns out they're quite useful. Doogee has consistently stood out in a sea of Chinese import phones: sometimes with innovation, sometimes with quirky design choice
Smart Glasses, Neural Computers, Self-Driving Cars: What's "The Next Big Thing" After Smartphones
A significant reason why a smart TV, or perhaps a new 65-inch 4K smart TV with HDR capability, can be purchased for about $500, is because some manufacturers are harvesting data from users.
Swarms of tiny, light-reflecting "cubesats" would come together to form luminous words or logos.
3D mouse technology lets you control computers just by gesturing in the air. In 2019, two 3D mice from Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 were revealed: the Padrone Ring and the Tactigon Skin.
With a bunch of digital cameras now able to record video is glorious 4K UHD resolution and 360° cams able to capture all-around scenes, even the highest capacity memory cards may start to tremble at the prospect of storing all that data.
Huawei's latest MediaPad tablet, the M5 Lite, is for both children and adults. But its $300 price tag might not be worth it.
At CES 2019, D-Link presented a new series of Exo mesh-enabled smart Wi-Fi routers that come preinstalled with a McAfee security suite. D-Link also introduced its first 5G router.
Though Apple is not scheduled to make an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, the company is using the event as an opportunity to push its message on privacy and has purchased a large billboard near the city's conventio
Artificial fingerprints have been developed by researchers who say they could one day be used to hack into everyday devices.
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Existing pet-tracking devices tend to fall into one of two categories: Bluetooth and GPS.
Huawei shipped over 200 million smartphones in 2018. Their top sellers were the P20, Honor 10 and Mate 20 series. In 2017, Huawei shipped 153 million phones.
Forget using your phones to record sex tapes.
Mind-reading BREAKTHROUGH: Human thoughts 'watchable on TV screens' says AI expert
Our verdict of the Nanoleaf Canvas: The Nanoleaf Canvas is a stunning, vibrant, modular lighting centrepiece. Get creative and make your own design; then load your own unique music reactive lighting scenes.
Laser-based tattoo removal is typically a long process, often requiring 10 or more treatment sessions spread several weeks apart from one another.
USB drives are convenient, but you can't use one with your phone. Well, unless you have an Android phone and know what USB OTG is.
...argues this doctor. "Smart toilets" that track health could do a lot for patients, but so far we haven't seen the technology hit the mainstream.
The puppy cube throws 23-inch image onto any flat surface, and tracks finger positions so you can it use pretty much like a projected tablet screen
Google is teasing the future it thinks you want.
From Amazon's own gear to all manner of third party hardware, Alexa is pretty much everywhere these days. If you're looking for a way to interface with the popular digital assistant that's a little different, and using something that adds a touch of
You walk into a grocery store and pick up eggs. No smartphone? No problem. You swipe your hand across a reader, and the amount is deducted from your bank account.