All the news from Computex 2014, the largest IT tradeshow in Asia.
The Taiwanese tradeshow may not have the glitz and glamour of its Vegas counterpart, but it still serves as an important launch pad for new IT products slated for the second half of the year.
At Computex, Synology previewed a number of updates to its consumer network-attached storage lineup, with three key new models on show.
Computex 2014 promised a slew of wearable gadgets, but CNET's Nic Healey was unimpressed by the copycat offerings.
CNET covered plenty during our four days of Computex in Taiwan. Here are the gadgets that stood out.
Chunky gaming notebooks are a thing of the past here at Computex, and Asus is laying claim to the thinnest with a 19mm powerhouse.
Instead of rubber cups, the Maglev Keyboard uses magnets to pop your keys right back up.
Consumers from India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland and Singapore will soon be able to purchase PC components and parts from the site.
Asus has revealed a prototype 32-inch curved monitor with WQHD resolution at Computex 2014.
Unveiled at the Microsoft keynote at Computex 2014, the 7-inch Encore is basically the company's Android-based Excite tablet running Windows.
Along with its new Core M fanless PC designs, Intel has shown a dock for Core M systems that includes fans to boost desktop performance.
Intel's Core M chip might be on the way -- and bringing new, thinner Windows tablets with it -- but until then, Intel's happy to show off an impressive array of existing tablets with Intel inside.
The Core M processor is built for devices that redefine thin. And device makers like Asus are already pushing the boundaries of that definition.