We're now ambling toward the middle of CES 2020 week and that means the new product announcements just keep on coming. We have a raft of them to share, from the likes of August, Satechi, Yale, Netgear, and Eve, so we're going to do it here, quickfire style.
Philips at CES 2020 has announced that the Play HDMI Sync Box will be getting voice support, while new outdoor lighting fixtures will be coming soon. Here are the details.
If you're waiting for Thunderbolt 4, then we might have some good news for you, with Intel having confirmed that it will debut alongside the new Tiger Lake processors that will be used in notebook computers later this year.
CES is now well underway and Razer has announced Kishi, a gamepad that looks a little bit like a Nintendo Switch. Or, at least, it does when it's attached to a phone of your choice.
Mophie powerstation go can jumpstart your car, wirelessly charge your smartphones, features an AC output, and more. Here are all the details on it.
Anker's latest PowerHouse 100 portable battery charger can fully recharge a 2019 MacBook Pro from scratch. Here are the details.