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Even though Apple first introduced Thunderbolt 2 nearly a year ago, we haven’t seen much supporting it in the way of peripherals, outside of a hard drive here and there. That isn’t going to stop Belkin, though, updating its desktop Thunderbolt dock for people who need support for the new version.
Western Digital’s foray into TV appliances isn’t a new thing, but the company is getting more serious about it with a version of its WD TV made for families, bringing media playback to a connected TV in your home.
We all know that netbooks are dead, but tablets are definitely replacing them, and Acer is there proving it with the Switch, a 10 inch tablet that comes with a keyboard packing in a 500GB hard drive and one of those neato multimode hinges we’re seeing.
Lenovo can be quite playful with its computers, and has come up with some good designs before, but in the Yoga 2 Pro, it’s showing us that laptops can act like more computers than just the lunch box variety we’re all used to.
A few years ago, Samsung changed the world when it introduced a bigger phone, with a size that Steve Jobs thought no one would buy. Back to present day, and even Apple has had to change its ways, and Samsung is ready with the fourth-generation Galaxy Note, launching in two versions.
Apple’s change to its juggernaut smartphone is here, and it’s not just a number change with a fingerprint sensor. This time, the iPhone includes a bigger screen, faster processor, and a new design. Is this Apple’s best yet, and can it take on the ever growing competition from the likes of Sony, Samsung, HTC, and LG?
The new iPhones are on sale with bigger screens than any iPhone before them, and with bigger screens come more pixels. But how do these new screens rate against the competition?
As Photokina starts up in Germany — the international camera specific equivalent of CES or IFA — Canon is up with a couple of announcements for consumers, and whether you like lots of power or lots of zoom, there’s something for you.
We’ve seen both what Motorola calls the high and the low end of its mobile phone spectrum, and now it’s time to check out the mid-range, as Motorola’s “G” enters the appropriately initialled GadgetGuy labs.
If there’s one company we expected to make Lightning headphones first, it was Apple, or at least the headphone brand it bought recently, Beats. But a couple of brands have beaten Beats to the punch.