DT Focus: Xbox One
Microsoft pulled the sheets of the new Xbox One, which features powerful new hardware, interesting user interfaces, and big name content deals.
Google quietly rolled out conversational search, enabling users to search using their voice, but just how practical is it? We go hands on to find out what it's really like to talk to your computer.
New technology can find random objects that look like human faces all over the world. Mountain peaks, valleys, and any other formation you can think of are being captured by Google maps, and a new software is pulling that data to find which of them are making…
Sony did it. Dell did it. Acer did it. Now HP is doing it. The world of giant Windows 8 tablets just got bigger with the introduction of the HP Envy Rove, a 20-inch all-in-one PC set to go on sale in July. The Rove will get the benefit of Intel’s new…
Small, wireless, and featuring a built-in touchpad, the inexpensive Logitech K400 seems ready to handle any situation. But does all of this add up to a great peripheral, or does the low price translate to cheap construction?
- Pros: Perfect size for couch use, Lightweight, Inexpensive
- Cons: Cheap plastic construction, Touchpad feels small
Nothing beats the sheer cinematic bliss of a 100-inch screen in your home theater, but setting up a projector to make that a reality isn't as easy as popping open the box on a flat-screen TV. Here's how to do it right.
In response to the growing interest in sapphire screens for mobile phones, Corning has hit back saying its new Gorilla Glass 3 covering can do everything sapphire can, and more.