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Asus' New Router Has Eight Antennae, 5.33Gbps Bandwidth

With 802.11ac support, three bands, and a whopping eight antennae, Asus can lay claim to the notion of world's fastest wireless router with the spider-like RT-AC5300. This thing should have no problems with 4K video and online game streaming... provided your ISP can keep up.

Dodge Charger Pursuit Police Cars To Get 12.1-inch Uconnect Touchscreens

Would you like a 12.1-inch Uconnect touchscreen in your Dodge Charger? Yes police! Make that “only” police 'cause you gotta be a cop to cop a built-in touchscreen this big.

Smart Rope Brings The Jump Rope Into The 21st Century

The jump rope is one of the simplest pieces of exercise equipment--I mean, it's literally just a "rope." Jumping rope is one of the simplest, yet most effective calorie-burning exercises you can do, but it's often overlooked. Enter Smart Rope. By upgrading the classic jump rope, those at Tangram, hope to upgrade the jump rope's popularity.

Acer's Revo Build Mini PC Lets You Stack Up The Upgrades

Generally, when you want to upgrade your computer, you have to open up the side panels and futz about with screws, cables, and connectors. Acer's Revo Build M1-601 wants to make that process much easier, using stackable, magnetized modules to add additional functionality to the base PC - though with some caveats, of course.

Asus Displays Water-Cooled Gaming Laptop At IFA 2015

If you thought MSI's GT80 laptop with its full mechanical keyboard was weird, take a look at the 17" Asus GX700. As the first of its kind in the world, the GX700 gaming laptop has an external, detachable water-cooling system, promising higher performance and more overclocking than any other laptop of its size.

Stop Checking Your Phone! Uno Noteband Will Give You Alerts You Need And Track Your Activity

In today's tech-heavy world, we rely so much on our mobile devices. On average, those with smartphones check those phones about 150 times a day. Uno Noteband is the activity tracker that can also help you to let your phone be and reconnect with your world.

Corsair Updates Bulldog With Cleaner Look, More Options

After all the lukewarm feedback Corsair received on its Bulldog's edgy exterior design, the firm has (we'd like to assume) listened. This upcoming 4K-capable console-replacement PC has had its look cleaned up a tad, and Corsair have announced some new hardware bundling options to boot.

When The Livestream Went Mainstream a la Twitter & Facebook

It’s been reported widely that ‘livestreaming’ video apps are having their moment in the sun! It’s taken a while, but similarly to when social media first captured our zeitgeist a little over a decade ago, livestreaming seems to be tapping into that same need by both the viewer and the citizen journalists who are out there, capturing stories on-the-go.

SilverStone ECM20 PCIe Card Adds M.2 SSD Support To Your PC

More and more solid-state drives are showing up in the new M.2 "gumstick" format, and SilverStone has an answer for those whose PCs lack the right slots. The ECM20 is an add-on card that supports both SATA and PCIe-specific M.2 SSDs, but check if your motherboard can properly support it first.

Art-Inspired Solar Cells Track The Sun

Unsurprisingly, solar panels that can track the sun as it arcs across the sky show much higher efficiencies than those fixed at a given angle; on the order of 40%. However, for standard home installations, the energy expended to rotate the heavy panels counteracts the potential gains. Scientists this week report that cells based on the Japanese art of kirigami are able to circumvent this problem. Read on to find out how an old art-form is being used for thoroughly modern technology.