Razer wants to bring gamers together, and it’s using a $20 fitness band to do it

Gaming company Razer has launched the Nabu X, a fitness band it's using to bring the gaming community together, using tech similar to Nintendo's StreetPass system seen on the 3DS console.

What will future wearables look like? We’re still not sure after CES 2015

CES 2015 promised to shed some light on the still-emerging category of wearable tech, but there are still no leaders, and many of last year’s questions remain unanswered.
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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, CES 2015 edition

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!

Neil Young wants a ‘reawakening’ to hi-res audio, and Pono is just the start

In a candid interview with Rolling Stone Executive Editor Nathan Bracket, rock legend Neil Young talks about the future for his hi-resolution audio device, the PonoPlayer.

13 gadgets that are either genius or insane

The annual avalanche of devices at the Consumer Electronics Show is astounding, but how many of them will succeed? A few are destined to spark new trends, while the majority fade deservedly into obscurity.

MSI takes a titanic step forward with a massive gaming laptop and a graphics card dock

MSI has announced their new line of gaming-centric PCs and all-in-one solutions headlined by the dual-GPU Titan notebook.