Take a closer look at some of the most exciting tech we saw on the third day of CES 2019.
The PC showed up strong at CES 2019. These are the big announcements and wider computing trends that you don't want to miss.
AMD chief executive Lisa Su talks candidly about ray tracing hardware, 3rd-gen Ryzen, clock speeds and cores, and a number of other topics following her CES 2019 keynote. Here's the full transcript.
Samsung has announced that it will be launching the Galaxy S10 on February 20 in San Francisco, just days before Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona.
Corsair's Capellix LED technology increases density of LEDS while lowering power consumption.
Razer has big plans for its HyperSense haptic feedback system, envisioning a future where your mouse, wrist rest, headset, and chair all rumble as one.
Although Hisense spent much of their press conference talking about their upcoming ULED TVs, their booth at this year's CES showed off both the company's first 8K and MicroLED TVs.
Nura have officially unveiled their second product at this year's CES, the NuraLoop earbuds.
Here's what we saw on the second day of CES 2019.
Alcatel has shown off updated versions of their Alcatel 1X and Alcatel 1C smartphones and given CES attendees a sneak peek of what their connection with TCL could bring to future hardware.
Telstra has claimed that at least some of the first wave of 5G devices hitting will be exclusive to their network.
Li-Fi continues to fall in price and rise in flexibility, with Oledcomm showing off their new LiFiMAX kit at CES 2019.
AMD's chief executive builds off her CES introduction of Radeon VII and the 3rd-generation Ryzen with disclosures about ray tracing plans, more cores for its Ryzen chips, and more.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said GeForce RTX 2080 'crushes' Radeon VII and that 'FreeSync just doesn't work.'
Who wouldn't want to plug their USB-C notebook into four monitors? This Targus dock is tailor-made for that.
Office 365 Home is a great solution for household use but it’s not really designed to be a catch-all for modern businesses. For one, it’s not actually licensed for commercial use. Then, looking beyond that legal detail, Office 365 Home only really covers the basics. Microsoft’s classic trinity of creative software - Word, Excel and Powerpoint - is as useful as ever but the company are investing more and more in cloud services and specialised business applications. And the bulk of those aren’t on the menu when it comes to the home version of Office 365.
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Bang and Olufsen Beoplay A9 Speaker
Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB 3000
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Oregon Pro WMR500 Weather Station
Osmo Coding Awbie Game
ESET Smart Security Premium
Nix Pro Colour Sensor
Tivoli PAL BT
ESET Internet Security
Little Bits DROID Inventor Kit
ESET Cyber Security Pro for Mac
Ultimate Ears Wonderboom Bluetooth Speaker
TimeFlip Magnet Simple Time Tracking Device
Naztech Xtra Drive Mini + 256GB microSD Card
SmartLens - Clip on Phone Camera Lens Set of 3
Ikea RIGGAD work lamp with wireless charging
Office 365 Business Premium isn’t one-size fits all but if you’re the right sized business for it to make sense, there’s a good amount of value to be found in the package’s comprehensive software offering.
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Microsoft Office continues to make a student’s life that little bit easier by offering reliable, easy to use, time-saving functionality, while continuing to develop new features that further enhance what is already a formidable collection of applications
I’d recommend a Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 and the new Windows 10 to anyone who needs to get serious work done (before you kick back on your couch with your favourite Netflix show.)
It’s useful for office tasks as well as pragmatic labelling of equipment and storage – just don’t get too excited and label everything in sight!
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If you’re looking to invest in your next work horse laptop for work or home use, you can’t go wrong with the MSI GE63.
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