Top tech at CES 2013 Video
The YotaPhone is an Android smartphone with an e-ink second display slapped on its back. Check out our video review to see what this bizarre concept is about.
Redisigned for 2014, the new YotaPhone showcased at MWC is one part slim and seductive Android superphone and the other a striking example of how an e-ink display makes perfect sense in future mobile devices.
At CES 2013, Rich Brown takes a look at the CubeX 3D.
Wowsers! This dual-screen smartphone has an LCD display on one side and power-saving e-ink on the other.
The former head of Android leads a project to build robots for manufacturing jobs, YotaPhone brings e-ink to smartphones, and Chromecast adds its first game.
The Razer Carcharias is by far the most comfortable, best-sounding PC gaming headset we've tested in a while.
Razer's first laptop has a touchpad with a screen and customizable LED buttons--all to play games, of course.
At CES 2011, Molly Wood and Dan Ackerman check out the Razer Switchblade, a gaming Netbook with dynamic controls.
Several smartphones unveiled at Mobile World Congress stand out with unusual features, like the untraceable Blackphone, the durable Toughpad, and the dual-screen YotaPhone. And BlackBerry strays from the pack by bringing back the trackpad.
The Razer Moray in-ear noise-isolating gaming headphones may not distinguish themselves all that much from their in-ear noise-isolating gaming headphones competitors, but they're a perfectly good--and affordable--set of earphones for the money.
- Hands-on with the Razer Edge tablet-PC-game console
- 3D Systems goes high-end with CubeX 3D printer
- YotaPhone: An LCD, e-ink Android mashup
- Next-gen Chevy MyLink employs smartphone flexibility
- Hands-on with the Lenovo Horizon Table PC
- Vizio's 5.1 sound bar packs wireless rear speakers, innovative remote
- A totally new mobile wireless storage media server
- Samsung UN85S9 Ultra HD looks stunning
- First look at the Fitbit Flex wristband