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Tag Heuer And Intel Are To Challenge The Apple Watch

“Apple will get young people used to wearing a watch,” Tag Heuer CEO CEO Jean-Claude Biver recently told Reuters, “and later maybe they will want to buy themselves a real watch.” Could today be the day we see Tag Heuer’s “real watch” answer to the rise of the smartwatch?


Relive The Internet Of The 1990s In 6 Gifs

Thirty years ago, on 15 March, 1985, the first .com domain name — symbolics.com — was registered by the technology company Symbolics, marking the birth of the commercial internet. But things started heating up in the 1990s. Click back to those days with these nostalgic gifs.


I'm Really Excited About The New MacBook

This is how many new MacBooks I want. I want all the new MacBooks. Give me the new MacBooks.


The New MacBook Isn't What You Think

Apple’s new MacBook is slick and svelte. It only weighs two pounds! But before you get too excited about how well this tiny (gold) laptop might fit into your life, you should know a little bit about its brains. This is not a retina MacBook Air.


Intel's RealSense 3D Laptop Camera: Australian Hands On

Intel’s RealSense 3D camera is like having a next-generation Kinect inside your laptop. It essentially turns your workspace into a holodeck, complete with sophisticated gesture controls and a face-tracker that can sense your current mood. In addition to various productivity scenarios, the technology is also being pitched at gamers. Indeed, one of the first laptops to launch with the device will be Asus’ Republic Of Gamers-branded G771. We tested some of the 3D camera’s gaming features during Asus’ Transformer Book Chi T300 launch. Watch the video to see it in action.


This Arduino-Style Board Uses Intel's 37-Year-Old 8086 Chip

Card-based computers keep getting more powerful, unless you’re Matt Millman. Because this chap has decided to build an Arduino-style board that’s powered by a giant of computing history — Intel’s 8086 processor, which is now 37 years old.


Toshiba Portege Z20t: Australian Review

Toshiba’s Portege laptops have always been thin and light. Really thin and light. They’re known for their ultraportable and small form factors, business-friendly designs and impressive feats of battery life. That same trend continues with the new Portege Z20t, which now splits in half — it’s one half Intel Core M-powered tablet and one half battery-packing keyboard dock, combining for one versatile Ultrabook.


Asus ZenBook UX303LN: Australian Review

There are times when you just need a bit of extra grunt from your laptop, whether it’s for a bit of workday number-crunching or a spot of after-work gaming on the sly. Asus’s ZenBook UX303LN is a thin and light Ultrabook, but has more than its fair share of extra graphical and computing power.


Acer's Tough New Chromebooks Are Built To Survive Your Children

Chromebooks are popular among families and schools because they’re… well, cheap. Now, Acer’s line of Chromebooks adds another feature that will appeal to anyone handing a computer to a child: durability.


Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All 

At its big CES keynote this year, Intel announced a new processor for wearables, but it also did something much much bigger. It taught drones to be smart and then gave them a reason to rise up and hunt us down. Thanks guys.