Nokia is adding Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy to every Windows Phone 8 device that it has made, with an imminent update adding support for the low-power wireless technology.
With many Atom-powered Windows 8 tablets and hybrids to choose from, one stands out as the best of the bunch.
This partially 3D-printed prototype can be produced for less than $1,000, much less than commercial utility line robots.
While MediaTek has been gunning for Qualcomm's core business in the higher-end market, Qualcomm looks to be playing a similar game, attacking MediaTek's territory in the low-end market.
A professor at UC Berkeley (in California's earthquake country) has created a prototype device that warns of pending quake-related rumbles and could be installed as easily as a home fire alarm.
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.
The chipmaker's platform to wirelessly stream music from mobile apps will be integrated into Monster's SoundStage speakers and Fon's Gramofon music-streaming box.
A free software upgrade finally allows Sonos streaming music systems to connect directly to home Wi-Fi networks.
A new eight-core CPU, plus the X99 chipset, both aim at high-end PC gamers.
Two new devices launched this week that, to be honest, aren't that new at all. Plus, Son of Flappy Bird and more info on Windows 9 in this week's rundown of all the tech news.