Razer’s new DeathAdder Elite is its first mouse with mechanical switches

Razer has announced several new products, including an upscale version of the DeathAdder, and a giant mouse pad for gamers who like to play it slow.

Google Station aims to offer fast, reliable Wi-Fi in public venues on global basis

Following a successful year-long partnership with RailTel and Indian Railways, Google has announced a worldwide rollout of public Wi-Fi access as part of a project known as Google Station.

Wink’s slim new Hub 2 works with Alexa and makes smart-home setup easier

Wink has been around the smart home ecosystem for a few years now, and now it's releasing the second version of its hub, the Hub 2. The $99 device has some new upgrades, and will be released in late October.

An upward trajectory — Americans more pleased than ever with the tech in their lives

As per the latest report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index, we're more pleased than we have been in a while when it comes to our PCs, TVs, computer software, and household appliances.

A new research report shows consumers love their PCs despite the market doomsayers

The latest ACSI Household Appliance and Electronics Report shows that consumer satisfaction regarding PCs is on the rise. The report spans desktops, laptops, and tablets, and even shows that Apple's rate has steadily increased since 1994.

Microsoft’s Azure platform will power next-gen connected Renault and Nissan cars

Nissan said on Monday that the Renault-Nissan Alliance has teamed up with Microsoft to create next-generation connected services and features for automobiles. These include remotely monitoring a car and automatically paying parking fees.

Lenovo continues Motorola integration by firing 1,100 employees

Lenovo has laid off 1,100 employees from Motorola. The company says it's a part of ongoing integration efforts that have followed its 2014 acquisition of the company. The layoffs account for 2 percent of Lenovo's global workforce.

Stocked with gadgets dating back to 1996, Lexar's testing lab is almost a museum

For its 20th anniversary, Lexar invited us to its headquarters and take a tour of the Lexar Quality Lab, where the company houses over 1,100 devices on which it tests its memory cards and USB drives.

Microsoft’s Ignite 2016 conference reveals that placeholders will return to OneDrive

Microsoft revealed during its Ignite 2016 conference in Atlanta that placeholders are coming back to OneDrive in the form of an "On-Demand Sync" feature. The company did not say when this new OneDrive feature will go live, but may appear in…

Neural Photo Editor works like magic thanks to machine learning

Neural Photo Editor is an experimental piece of retouching software from researchers at the University of Edinburgh that uses neural networks to act like Photoshop on steroids, applying major changes to a photo in mere seconds.

The open source version of Windows Live Writer is heading to the Windows Store

The open source version of Microsoft's Windows Live Writer tool, Open Live Writer, is heading to Windows Store as a Windows 10 app. It's used for writing blogs and supporting services like Google Blogger and WordPress.
Virtual Reality

'Minecraft' gets bossy next month with new support for Oculus Touch controllers

Mojang recently said that the upcoming Boss Update for Minecraft will add support for Oculus Touch and Xbox Wireless controllers. The latter means Samsung Gear VR owners will be able to play the game using Microsoft's new…