By the time you read this, you will have seen in the new year – hopefully without headaches of course. In a tech sense, 2018,
Samsung's new 4K TV is built to masquerade as a picture frame for the times when you want your TV to disappear.
As CES wraps up, the smaller stories are being picked up on, but one of the last stories isn’t small, but rather about small cables, with Belkin predicting big things for USB Type C.
Smartwatches are about to get a whole heap more bling now that Samsung plans to other leather and gold.
Nikon had big cameras and Olympus had tough cameras, so what does that leave Canon to impress us with? Little cameras, and there are five of them.
The idea of the internet fridge was a cute one, but back in 2000, it was unnecessary. It’s seen a few more attempts over the years, though, and it’s about to get another.
When robotics company released Sphero near the end of last year, it was practically a dream come true for any sci-fi nerd who wanted their very own Star Wars robot, but the droid will get even better this year.
HP may have been on the brink of death a few years ago, but all of that is in the past, as HP pushes on with some intriguing hardware designs and the guts to make sure VR isn’t just about the headset, but about the computer used, too.
With its two major competitors already in the market with a portable solid state drive, Lexar is using CES as its stage to announce that it too will join the fray.
The mirrorless cameras have been waving 4K video for so long that many of us wondered when DSLRs would join the party. Fortunately, they’re about to, as Nikon delivers UHD video in two digital SLRs.
If you’re not a huge fan of the idea of luggage that can be opened by any one who sees it, a new type of lock could be handy, unlocked only by a phone.
The heads-up navigational display may be a thing of science fiction, but more cars are getting this concept, and this year, even cyclists will have the opportunity to see it as they ride, too.
Mobile World Congress may well be just around the corner in February, but Huawei is taking the time to show a couple of products it has in store ahead of that mobile free-for-all, and the news is good if you like metal.
Compact cameras may not do as well as they once did, now that phones are taking over from them, but if you need to take a camera underwater or into the snow, you might need something made for the purpose, and one of the originals is back with a new tough camera.