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Sharp's tablet has a 16-inch-class display and laptop-grade Intel Core i5 processor.
Oppo's latest smartphone brings hardware innovations to a new Android 4.2 phablet.
A new giant version of the gorgeous HTC One, called the One Max, has breached the surface of the Internet like a metallic blue whale.
An executive with the Chinese company couldn't wait for CES and showed off the phone at a Huawei store.
Out yesterday the second beta of the new OS adds new features and fixes some bugs over the first beta.
CNET rounds up five 5.1 speaker systems selling for less than $500, finding the Energy Take Classic 5.1 and the Pioneer SP-PK21BS to be exceptional values.
You may be unhappy as an involuntary guinea pig. But manufacturers can't afford to wait for perfection--and your feedback gives you new power over them.
Benchmark Capital's Peter Fenton has cracked the code on open-source venture investing, a code he's willing to share but which many will find hard to duplicate.
Later this year, Intel plans to release server chip that has all six processing cores integrated onto a single chip, according to a slide from a leaked Sun presentation.
The Audiophiliac revisits the $6 million home theater and comes back with a $60,000 alternative.