HP's slick Apple Mini-size Windows system may be meant for corporate boardrooms and cubicles, but it's a nice option for people who work from home and spend a lot of time on conference calls.
Packing more tech and capability than most buyers will ever need, the Velar is a tempest of 21st-century frippery wrapped in an attractive shell.
YouTube's live TV service, coming soon for $35 per month, aims to compete against traditional cable TV as well as Sling TV and the rest. Here's the skinny.
This clever hybrid console delivers on its promise of being a home-and-away gaming machine, but its serious lack of games will have everyone but Zelda fanatics holding off for now.
If you're sold on the HomeKit platform, the $200 D-Link Omna camera might be for you. Everyone else should steer clear.
The Sony Xperia Ear Open-Style Concept is a hands-free personal assistant that uses bone conduction to transmit sounds to your ears.
Too bad they still use that wonky SmartCast system.
The two-in-one is the world's first with a screen that detaches from its keyboard as well as rotates on 360-degree hinges.
The Eclipse Cross will sit between the Outlander Sport and Outlander here in the US.
The Amazon Tap requires taps no more, and the people rejoiced.