Adding to the growing swarm of 3D printers that produce edible objects, 3D Systems has unveiled two new printers designed to create custom-shaped candies and treats. Hit the jump to find out how it works.
Amazon showed up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week. Sort of. The e-commerce giant installed a vending machine at the city's main airport, presumably hoping to tempt a few tech folk into buying a Kindle on their way home from the event.
The Asus M70 isn't the average desktop PC. Asus claims that it's the world's first desktop to include NFC, which grants it some interesting features you wouldn't expect on a traditional computer. Read on to learn more.
Razer once again goes big for CES, and debuts a modular computer that can be upgraded on the fly. Dubbed "Project Christine," the prototype system is still a long way away from release, but it has people talking.
Gigabyte announced here at CES 2014 that it will be offering its Brix Pro small form factor desktop PC as a barebones PC, including a CPU but no RAM or storage, which builders can use to customize their rig. Read on to learn more here.
MSI took the wraps off a bunch of new gaming notebooks at CES 2014. With prices that range from roughly $900 to upwards of $2,000, there's something for almost every budget here. Read on to learn more.
Once known as the GS 70, MSI has renamed its light gaming laptop the GS Stealth. Aside from a branding shift though, the Stealth also benefits from a component refresh. Read on to learn more about the spruced up Stealth here.
Samsung is using CES 2014 as a springboard to reveal new gear, having just announced a new notebook as well as a brand new all in one desktop PC. Read on to learn more about Samsung's latest reveals here.
Withings has just pulled the curtain back on a new addition to it's line of smart health gadgets - a wake-up light that reacts to your sleeping patterns and eases you out of bed with scientifically-calibrated lights.