The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is one of the biggest tech events of the year, as manufacturers from across the globe meet to show off their latest and greatest creations. Gaming laptop makers Aorus were at the show this year to announce a new laptop that takes the middle-place in their lineup, between the X3 Plus and the third-generation X7 Pro. The new laptop is unsurprisingly called the X5, and brings both gaming power and style to the 15-inch form factor.
Giant 4K HDTVs are amazing, but they’re still some way from being affordable. Thanks to a new Sony competition though, you might be able to get one for free.
While specifics are a little thin on the ground at the moment, Blizzard is apparently prepping something big for its PAX East announcement.
A host of sites that charge for reviews has grown up around the new mobile-app review market, giving those of us who’ve been doing this for years a bad name.
Publishing giant Blizzard has announced that in 2012, there will be no Blizzcon, with all efforts being focused on creating the Diablo III that the fans want, and perhaps the next generation MMO that’s been hinted about.
Innergie, the world’s leading provider of power adapters, is introducing two new ultra-compact universal power adapters to its current line of award-winning adapters and accessories. The Innergie mCube Slim 95 universal adapter and mCube Mini 90 Auto/Air adapters recently received the prestigious Innovations Design and Engineering Award for "Portable Power" presented by the Consumer Electronics Show. The new universal power adapters will be on public display for the first time at the Innovations Design and Engineering Awards showcase in the Grand Lobby at CES 2011, and at the Synnex Canada booth located in the Florentine Ballroom at Caesar's Palace.