Posts Tagged ‘ces’
Gunnar Optiks, the maker of popular gaming and PC-usage eyewear, have released several new color options for its Intercept product line.
Dubbed PlayStation Now, Sony's streaming service will allow gamers to stream games from their PlayStation 4, Vita, and eventually non-gaming devices such as Sony BRAVIA TV sets.
After collecting data pertaining to the speed of their 4G LTE network from actual customers, T-Mobile has announced that their network is currently the fastest in the nation.
It’s Friday night, you have a gorgeous date to prepare for, and you’ve spent hours getting ready for it. Then right before you leave you realize you could have done a better job with your color combination, and suddenly, it’s back to square one. You go through the same process when you start building a […]
At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, Sony unveiled a small, lightweight sensor called a Core. The device is part of Sony's new SmartWear line, a series of products dedicated to seamlessly integrating users' physical and social activity.
During CES this week, Samsung told a reporter from Bloomberg that the company is experimenting with iris-scanning technology, which may be incorporated into the upcoming Galaxy S5 smart phone.
I’m a console guy. I’ve gamed on consoles most of my life and I stick to them. However, even I have to admit this video is pretty rad.
At the Computer Electronics Show (CES) on Tuesday, custom PC company Origin PC revealed two redesigned entries to its customizable desktop tower series.
If you’re familiar with Razer, then you know the company usually specializes in gaming gear such as tablets, gaming laptops, and other accessories.
The R.A.T. TE (for Tournament Edition) is the latest piece of hardware announced by Mad Catz Interactive at CES this year. As the name would suggest, this mouse is designed with the professional competitive scene directly in mind.
As you may have seen yesterday, Sony has announced their new game streaming service, PlayStation Now, at CES 2014. It sounds cool, but will it live up to the hype?
When Nvidia originally announced the Shield, they showed off the device’s ability to stream games from a PC onto a portable device. The idea of the technology is great, but it requires specific requirements for the GameStream technology to work at it’s best.
When Sony bought the Gaikai streaming service, we all started anticipating a PS3 game streaming service for the PS4. What we’re apparently getting is something more.