Corsair's Voyager Air can store files, sling them to tablets via Wi-Fi, and even share Internet access among up to five devices.
We won't be hearing about any major announcement from Dell during this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas - in lieu of a new product reveal, the company has announced the HD version of the XPS 13 and a refresh of its Inspiron R line of laptops.
Chock full of noteworthy layoffs, hires, acquisitions, and enough legal battles to talk about well into the new year, we take a look at the tech personalities that shaped 2012.
Sick of going to multiple travel sites to compare prices on the best flights available? Google's new Flight Explorer tool is here to help you find the perfect flight for your needs.
After filing a trademark application back in June 2012, the U.S. Patent and Trademark office granted Apple a registered trademark for the Mac startup chime.
A pair of Caltech engineers took an ordinary microchip and tweaked it so it can see through solid materials. These X-ray-like chips are inexpensive and can be installed on phones or tablets in the future.
Apple's new movie section on iTunes Russia is plastered with ads and banners that aren't safe for young, curious eyes.
PC makers react to a report that Microsoft blames them and their poor designs for the slower-than-expected sales of Windows 8 computers.
In its new Internet Explorer 10 ad, Microsoft admits that its browser "sucks." But the company thinks there may be something out there to convince you otherwise.
Reports have surfaced about Microsoft's next operating system, Windows Blue, and it will reportedly bring with it a number of changes.
Despite mixed reviews and rumored slow start, Microsoft claims to have sold 40 million copies of Windows 8 merely a month after it was made available for purchase.