After a slow start to 2014, the retail catalogue deals are starting to gear up for the year. Here's our pick of the best this week.
Tablets aren't phones and phones aren't tablets. The tablet makers at Mobile World Congress should probably be made aware of this.
The HP Pavilion x360 converts between a laptop and a tablet thanks to the integration of a 360-degree hinge.
Google has announced the launch of the new ultraportable HP Chromebook 11 at Australian retailers this week for just AU$399.
Walk around the LG booth at CES with us as we explore the TVs, phones and gadgets of the show.
At CES 2014, Intel brings human-like senses to a range of devices, including a 3D camera that sees depth much like the human eye.
LG has given a lot of love to home appliances at its CES press conference, as well as showing off the Lifeband Touch fitness tracker and new WebOS-enabled smart TVs.
Is the cat out of the bag? A leaked photo has showed off what could be LG's WebOS TV.
When questioned about HP's new focus on tablet devices, company CEO Meg Whitman made sure to point to its extensive commercial desktop PC line-up.
If you're not a fan of Windows 8.1, don't despair. You'll still be able to buy a Windows 7 PC until the end of October next year.