Cooler Master demos dual-pump AIO, sub-55g mouse, fanless PSU, and more
Much, much more.
SteelSeries launches new Apex keyboards with adjustable actuation height
OmniPoint switches make their debut.
Logitech unveils refreshed MX518 gaming mouse
'You asked for it, we did it.'
Researches demonstrate a mock-up of a "Virtual Cocoon" that they claim could potentially allow you to see, hear, smell and touch.
Peripherals manufacturer Logitech has announced a poor fourth quarter, with income down a whopping 70 percent year-on-year - and it's looking to lose 600 jobs.
The haptic 3D motion controller, the Novint Falcon, is set to launch on consoles in the near future after gaining support for more games.
NVISION 2008: Sixense is a company that's been running for over 18 months now, but has kept itself under the radar. Its 3D input device tech was worth waiting for.
IDF FALL 2008: Craig Barrett reckons that WiMAX will reach 50 million by the end of the year and a billion people by 2012.
Intel has announced the availability of draft rev. 0.9 for USB 3.0 Host Controller Interface specs. An updated draft (v0.95) is expected in Q4.
According to analysts, the future of computer input could be radically altered by the success of...Guitar Hero?
Sony is currently working on creating a break-apart PlayStation 3 controller which will give the PS3 motion-sensitive capabilities.
COMPUTEX 08: Foxconn has reimagined it's digital home boards and is also working with AMD on something new.
COMPUTEX 2008: Branching out into ever more areas, OCZ has today signed Fatal1ty, while also expanding its line of Flash drives and more.
Qmotions has won a license from Microsoft to make official wireless peripherals for the Xbox 360, starting with a skateboard.
Gigabyte is set to launch its own "gaming" keyboards and mice to take on the likes of Razer.
CeBIT 2008: Gaming on a budget but want Razer quality - how about this little number.
Rumours are that Paramount is set to move to the Blu-ray format too, abandoning HD DVD. Could the format wars be over already?
Yesterday we gave you our views on the best games of the year and today we review what's happened in the technology industry over the last twelve months. Find out which products are the best of the year, and also which innovations have caught our eye during 2007.
Wireless key-logging could be one of the next big threats according to a new white-paper on how to intercept signals from wireless keyboards using 27Mhz frequencies.
Gizmodo has a video on the almost legendary Optimus OLED keyboard actually working! It's seriously cool, but seriously expensive, so take a look and decide if you want it on your wishlist.
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
HK Power has introduced a brand new solar powered media player to the market which doubles as a NES emulator.
If you've been wanting the Optimus keyboard since it was first announced but can't afford the $1500 price tag, then good news for you. The keyboard now has a sub-$500 model on the way.
If you're looking for a new keyboard, headset, or hybrid keyboard then Razer has you covered with its Lycosa, Piranha, and Belkin's n52te.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger announces the formation of the USB 3.0 promoters' group. Specification will be finalised in 1H08.
Microsoft is now giving out free retrofits for all Xbox 360 wireless racing wheels due to overheating problems.
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