Despite sometimes being an annoying distraction for others, fidget items can have some practical uses for adults.
Microsoft has launched its new Surface Pro, which it says is its most versatile laptop to date.
Amazon has launched two new Fire tablets, the Fire 7 and Fire HD 8.
Panasonic has launched its new 2-in-1 Toughbook in the US.
Following AMD’s announcement that mobile Ryzen chips would launch this year, Asus has teased an upcoming Ryzen gaming laptop.
Google’s Daydream platform has expanded to support standalone VR headsets, and HTC Vive will build one of the first devices compatible with the platform.
Roccat has revealed pricing for its Leadr wireless gaming mouse, aimed at hardcore PC gamers.
Samsung has announced South African pricing for its latest range of curved LED monitors.
Takealot has listed two models of the new Alienware 15 gaming laptop on its online store.
Corsair has launched its new Glaive RGB gaming mouse, featuring three interchangeable thumb grips and programmable buttons.
Razer has revealed its new Lancehead wireless gaming mouse with tournament-grade performance.
Gaming peripheral manufacturer HyperX has launched its first gaming mouse, the PulseFire FPS.
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SteelSeries has launched its new EG Signature line-up of gaming peripherals.
By 2040, there is a suggestion that sophisticated robots will be committing a good chunk of all the crime in the world.
Microsoft is adding support for Cortana to its Windows 10 IoT Core operating system.
HTC has launched a subscription service for its Viveport VR app marketplace.
While my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B made a decent home theatre PC, I wanted to test the capabilities of the hardware by turning the credit card-sized computer into a home assistant.
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Razer has unveiled the latest version of its Blade Pro laptop.