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The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
We've taken a look through the catalogues and we've selected the best retail deals for the week.
Like to camp? Prone to power outages? Have a look at this week's freebie, a compact thermoelectric generator that charges your gadgets with the aid of pretty much any heat source.
What kind of high-performance silicon is Intel planning in the not-too-distant future? A site that covers chips says that future includes an 18-core processor.
Intel is trying to make its Haswell chip more tablet friendly.
That's a great price, but it gets even better: the TV comes with a $200 Dell eGift card.
It's a 2.1-channel, satellite/subwoofer system, and it's a significant performance upgrade from even the best sound bar.
Sharp's latest solar cell panel seems perfect for green fiends living within a sky-rise condominium.
A higher-wattage variation of USB means you could use it to charge your laptop, not just your phone. The first devices supporting the standard could arrive this year.
Can a 32-year-old all-analog NAD 3020 amp blow away a shiny-new NuForce Dia all-digital amp?