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The FastFoto FF-640 combines the world’s fastest photo scanning hardware with Mac and PC software that makes it easy to enhance and organize decades of precious memories in the time it takes to press a button.
CIO.com's Sarah White reflects on her past month using the Microsoft's top-tier hybrid laptop, the Surface Book i7 with Performance Base.
Big motherboard changes are afoot. Asus shows us USB 3.1 headers, a trick M.2 daughterboard, and a special integrated water block. And there's more! It's all PC enthusiast heaven.
This big, badass case is built for big, badass PCs.
The Opcom Grow Wall in an extremely space-efficient hydroponic system that eschews soil entirely, and can accommodate up to 75 different plants, flowers or herbs.
Besides introducing new designs for its box and controller, Nvidia has added smart home control to its TV-connected do-everything hub.
Priced at just $250, this optional case includes a 19-inch transparent display, turning your iBuyPower PC into, well, just look at it!
These extreme overclockers are putting Kaby Lake to the test in one of the most hardcore competitions we've ever seen.
Allows two bare internal drives up to 10TB in size to be mounted on Mac or PC without cases from a single cable.
Logitech’s new mice offer a mixed bag of features.
An inexpensive and better USB-C replacement AC adapter for the 12-inch MacBook with a Type-A port for simultaneous mobile charging. It's also an option for new MacBook Pros.
You use touch all the time on your smartphone and tablet, and now you can do it on the Yoga Book, too, with its combination touch keyboard and drawing surface
Microsoft and Apple have both recently added new devices to their high-end lineups but which machine is better for you? CIO.com senior writer, Sarah White matches these two machines up to see who is the victor.
Trying to decide which Mac to buy? Our guide has the lowdown on every Mac that Apple has to offer. Find out which Mac is best for you.
Frederique Constant's gorgeous Swiss smartwatch tracks activity and sends you notifications, but its intelligence is more annoying than useful.
Tech gifts don't have to break the bank. We've assembled our favorite picks for under $25 that will improve life for your nearest and dearest.
With the holidays nearing, CIO.com senior writer Sarah White counts down 10 tablets that offer the most bang for your buck. Whether you're a seasoned road warrior or a tablet-toting movie fan, there's a tablet on the list for you.
The entry-level 2016 MacBook Pro—the one without a Touch Bar—compromises on graphics, ports, and RAM speed.
Have a bunch of video tapes you need to save to your Mac? Vidbox makes it easy.
Sporty Bluetooth 4.2 headphones from 66 Audio let you customize the sound and the button output with an app for iPhone and Apple Watch.
You can skip these Swedish-made products.
If you're dying to keep using an older Apple Cinema Display with a 2015 MacBook, the Hub+ Mini is your only choice.
An attractive small package bundles 4K video, USB 3, and passthrough power at an affordable price.
Fitbit's $100 Flex 2 is a solid, water-resistant upgrade from the first-gen Flex, but its automatic exercise-tracking needs some work.
Apple's second-generation watch doubles down on fitness with GPS, water-resistance, a dual-core processor, and super-bright display.