January 17

  • Razer moves into wireless power, debuts HyperFlux mouse and pad
    1 Year 8 Months 3 Days ago    11:10 AM
  • January 05

  • Nintendo Switch is the fastest-selling video game console ever in the ...
    1 Year 8 Months 15 Days ago    12:19 PM
  • January 03

  • Samsung is making a neck speaker that might not annoy everyone else
    1 Year 8 Months 17 Days ago    12:14 PM
  • Microsoft has discontinued the Kinect Adapter for newer Xbox One conso...
    1 Year 8 Months 17 Days ago    11:47 AM

Razer moves into wireless power, debuts HyperFlux mouse and pad

The wireless charging movement is getting one more boost today, this time from the world of gaming. Razer, the tech giant that has built a brand (and very loyal following) as a gaming-first hardware company, is announcing HyperFlux, a new wireless power technology that will be making its first appearance a new mouse, the Razer Mamba HyperFlux, and a corresponding power mat. Priced at $249.99 (€2...
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Nintendo Switch is the fastest-selling video game console ever in the U.S.

Nintendo has managed to sell so many of its Nintendo Switch console that it’s become not only its own fastest-selling console, but also the fastest selling in the U.S. ever, beating the record set by the Wii back during its launch. The Switch has sold over 4.8 million units in its first 10 months of availability, which beats out the Wii’s 4 million sold during the same initial window.
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Samsung is making a neck speaker that might not annoy everyone else

A bunch of odd stuff comes out of Samsung s C-Lab incubator each year, and today Samsung is unveiling a handful of its latest projects. The highlight is a product line called S-Ray, short for Sound-Ray, that s composed of three different speakers that are supposed to act almost like headphones — playing music so that only a single person can hear it. It s hard to imagine how effectively this wil...
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Microsoft has discontinued the Kinect Adapter for newer Xbox One consoles

Microsoft stopped manufacturing Kinects back in October, but the company’s once vaunted camera sensor has suffered one final death today, as Microsoft confirms to Polygon that it’s discontinued production on the Kinect Adapter, making it practically impossible for new Xbox One S and One X owners who don’t already own an adapter to with their consoles. (The adapter is also used fo...
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