We go hands-on and test the new GTX 880M and 860M GPUs from Nvidia in gaming laptops.
The PC isn't dead, but Microsoft will have to work hard to stay relevant in an increasingly mobile world in 2014.
In a bid to make a unified platform for publishing Smart TV apps, the Smart TV Alliance unveils its "one-stop portal".
Day one of CES 2014 is finally over, so here are just some of the stories that mattered from the show floor.
At CES 2014, Toshiba has shown off a super-sized Chromebook that's still only 2cm thick and weighs just 1.5kg.
Executives at American semiconductor manufacturer Qualcomm have said that Nokia's new 2520 tablet is more powerful than Microsoft's Surface 2.
Toshiba has officially announced a new camera module for smartphones that will allow users to refocus images after they have been taken.
Intel's reworked Atom processor could make a Windows 8.1 tablet more palatable for users.
The 55-inch curved panel undercuts LG's rival offering by US$6000.
Windows RT is in product purgatory. Not popular and nowhere to go. The problem is, ARM is everywhere.