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The Apple Watch could learn a thing or two from the Tactix Bravo about being a great travel companion.
This speakerphone from Jabra is designed for the car, with rich and crisp sound from 3 speakers and Virtual Surround sound. Currently discounted 34%.
If you have a compatible iPad, you can now watch Netflix and use other apps at the same time.
EA wouldn't let us show you FIFA 17 onscreen, but you can still witness the slow decent into sadness as a soccer newbie tries the game for the first time.
Lo Wang is back and Shadow Warrior 2 is even wilder than the first game.
Apple's fall event will be all about hardware.
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The aluminum enclosures are pretty and all, but it's the sound that makes these headphones worth the price of admission.
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Alienware's backpack PC prototype packs a Radeon RX 480 to create a mobile virtual reality solution.
Before using the NetInstall service, understand how it works and to learn about the four different types of NetInstall images.
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Apple introduced so many developer-friendly features and policies, it's clear the company knows it can't grow its platforms on its own.
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The Apple Watch is getting faster and easier to use, with fun new messaging and fitness features, too.
The 2013-vintage Mac Pro is looking older and older as new generations of CPU, GPU, and other hardware have advanced beyond it. We imagine what a caught-up Mac Pro would look like.