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HP's new miniature desktop computers – the Stream Mini (left) and Pavilion Mini (right)

HP’s new mini-PCs may look almost identical, but they’re very different beasts beneath the surface. While the Stream Mini Desktop focuses on cloud storage and a low price point, the Pavilion Mini offers capable specs and Quad HD output support.  Read More

The Seagate Seven unveiled at CES 2015 is the world's thinnest portable 500 GB HDD

Thin is something that will never go out of style in the realm of consumer electronics. Seagate has long adhered to this idea and continues in this vein with the launch of the world's thinnest 500 GB portable HDD, the Seagate Seven.  Read More

The X1 Carbon was one of the new devices announced by Lenovo at CES 2015 (Photo: Lenovo)

ThinkPad is a name with some history behind it that shows no signs of slowing down, even after two decades, the sale of the laptop and tablet line to Lenovo from IBM, and Apple's more successful co-opting of the word "pad" as a suffix in the name of its hit tablet. To kick off CES 2015 in Las Vegas this week, Lenovo announced a refresh of its 14-inch ThinkPad ultrabook and the ThinkPad Stack, a collection of stackable accessories to increase the capabilities of a tablet or notebook.  Read More

Samsung will show two new ATIV line products at CES 2015

Samsung has unveiled two new systems that will be on show at CES next week. There’s a focus on displays, with a curved screen on the company’s new All-in-One and a pixel-dense LED panel on the ATIV Book 9 thin-and-light laptop. Both systems hit a high-end price point and are set for release in Q1 2015.  Read More

LG's new 34UM67 ultra-wide monitor features AMD FreeSync for smoother PC gaming

LG has just announced that it is going to be showing off a monitor at CES 2015 that could have PC gamers drooling. The company is presenting an ultra-wide monitor with AMD FreeSync, a feature designed to create smoother motion while gaming.  Read More

A new, MIT-developed language named Ur/Web has the potential to significantly streamline w...

Ur/Web is a new approach to coding for the Web set out in a white paper being presented by MIT researcher Adam Chlipala. Built on the foundations of the existing Haskell and ML code family, Ur/Web extends the Ur language to include a library of rules useful in a web development context. It has the potential to significantly streamline web development, taking the stack of technologies which make up a website and putting them all inside a single application that compiles all the required XML, JavaScript, SQL and CSS.  Read More

Samsung's new ultra-wide, curved SE790C monitor

Samsung, a company generally regarded as one of the best display manufacturers out there, has just announced an impressive-looking 34-inch curved computer monitor. The company has already released an abundance of curved displays, including its giant 105-inch curved model.  Read More

The blocking, color banding and aliasing artifacts of heavily compressed JPEG (left), whil...

French programmer Fabrice Bellard has come up with a graphics file format he believes can "replace the JPEG image format." Bellard’s BPG (Better Portable Graphics) format boasts a compelling quality advantage over JPG, particularly when images are heavily compressed. Take a look through the gallery to see a few comparison shots – the left hand side of each image shows the JPEG compressed format, the right side shows BPG at a similar file size.  Read More

The 500K features a membrane design with full anti-ghosting – a rarity among gaming keyboa...

The Cougar 500K gaming keyboard may look a lot like the company’s high-end, mechanical 700K offering, but it actually makes use of lower-cost membrane tech. However, this won’t impact functionality as you might expect, with the 500K offering full N-Key Rollover – also known as anti-ghosting.  Read More

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