It’s claimed that the new drives will be able to save previous power used on encryption software by providing hardware that is already encrypted.
A new line of high-resolution desktops and laptops are planned for Q3 or Q4 2014 that are being designed to show off Apple’s new OS X Yosemite.
The latest wearable innovation comes from India, and involves smart footwear that can help you navigate around town via haptic feedback.
The flexible properties of the company’s OLED displays are brought to bear in the new video that comes with another clip showing its transparent capabilities.
Sports Technology is responsible for the supply, installation and operational support of video screens and public address systems across several competition and supporting venues throughout the event.
The firm's new device, its first to be released outside the US, will provide near-console quality graphics when streaming games from a PC and comes with a specially designed Wi-Fi controller.
A patent has popped up which shows that Apple could be calling its smartwatch the iTime, and it could be a modular device with different straps to add various functions.
Launched in cooperation with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Google's Little Box Challenge is offering $1 million to anyone who can invent a laptop-sized power inverter.
The SSDNow V310 has an 960GB memory size and it touts itself as a complete replacement for any hard disk drive with speeds that are up to 10 times as high as HDDs.
The so-called One Wear is reportedly visible in behind-the-scenes footage released by the firm, with rumours stating that the Android Wear device could be released later this year.
Consumer group Which? has compared the prices (exclusive of tax) of 13 identical products being sold in the US and UK, and concluded that Brits are getting a "raw deal".