Buffalo brings to CES 2014 three new 802.11ac-based Wi-Fi AirStation routers including a top-tier WXR-1900DHP, a dual-stream WHR-1166D, and mobile router AirStation AC433. All of them will be available later this year.
Buffalo announces the availability of three Wi-Fi routers which come preinstalled with DD-WRT Linux-based firmware, instead of the company's stock firmware.
Apple was able to shrink both the LED backlight assembly and the display significantly, allowing the company to reduce the size of the battery and thus the size of the device.
The iPad 3 and 4 were relatively heavy because of compromises Apple had to make to accommodate the Retina Display. Here's how the Air tries to fix that problem.
The snapshots are said to show the rear shell of the widely rumored iPhone 5S along with the smartphone's main logic board.
The iPad Air has been cracked open to find out more about the new chip, smaller battery and other technology in the slimline tablet.
A leaked photo purportedly of the upcoming iPhone's battery shows a slightly higher capacity and voltage, which could help power the built-in 4G LTE.
A Windows RT PC isn't a PC as we know it. But then Windows 8 isn't a typical Windows revision either.
The core silicon in the Microsoft Surface Pro is not unlike that of an ultrabook. So, think of it as a hybrid ultrabook more than a pure tablet play.
Buffalo showcases wireless products that haven't been known in the U.S. due to a past court sanction. All share one thing in common: affordability.