Taiwan Institute of Economic Research raised its forecast on Taiwan’s GDP.
HTC will sponsor three professional online gaming teams in 2015.
HP’s latest mobile workstations allow creative professionals to get work done on the go.
IDC’s latest report said that Acer’s and Asus’ business in the Europe, Middle East and Africa is shrinking
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Nintendo of America “discusses” why the generic New 3DS handheld won’t be making its way to North America, and also highlights why an AC adapter isn’t included.
Young children using tablets and smartphones has been a long standing issue today, and Japan is no exception to this.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for December 17, 2014.
Yureka is the start of a new era for the Indian manufacturer as it looks to challenge international vendors.
Cyanogen is not going to provide software updates to Indian users following its exclusive deal with local vendor Micromax.
Don’t expect Oculus to be available for the holiday season.
Entrepreneur and PR strategist Murray Newlands shares insights on crowdfunding and why Facebook believes VR is the next big thing in computing.
Crowdfund-backed project allows the user to bring their hands into the virtual space.
Wearable devices are being used to keep track of wandering children. CES showcases two competing companies with differing visions who are vying for your dollars.
The Zboard is an electric skateboard that can go up to 20 mph speeds with a 16 to 24 mile range. Version 2 is lighter and faster, and will be available in June.
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