The many tricks Intel Skylake uses to go faster and use less power

SAN FRANCISCO—Intel today gave the first peek at what makes its new Skylake processors tick. The company is still being peculiarly coy about the new processors—many details won't be revealed until the company announces its Xeon server processors—but shared some details of the processor's architecture, and described its many and varied tricks to cut power usage.

PERI GoCharge Ultra Slim power bank review

Long gone are the days when your phone would last more than a day on a single charge. As a result, I've found myself becoming increasingly reliant on portable power banks. In the past, I've found pocket-sized power banks don't have the battery capacity to fully recharge my phone while power banks with enough battery capacity [ ]

High-End Beyerdynamic T1 Headphone Nearly Half-Off to $650

With an MSRP off $1,399 - the Beyerdynamic T1 Tesla Headphone is far from your average run-of-the-mill headphone you'll spot over at your local big box retailer. While Amazon has the headphone at nearly $740 from marketplace seller - you can get a giant discount on this for nearly half off from Focus Camera - [ ] The post High-End Beyerdynamic T1 Headphone Nearly Half-Off to $650 appeared first on Gadget Review.

Apple launches replacement program for faulty iPhone 6 Plus cameras

Apple's iPhone 6 Plus has the best camera of any iPhone (at least until we get new ones next month), but it's not completely problem-free. Apple has announced an iSight Camera Replacement Program for iPhone 6 Plus models sold between the phone's launch in September of 2014 and January of 2015. "A small percentage" of phones sold included a faulty part that could make pictures taken with the rear camera look blurry.

How to Catch a Wave

Catching the perfect wave is one of the most exhilarating feelings to be had on Earth, and there’s still plenty of time left in the summer to get stoked. If you’re at a beach with some good curls, these tips will have you riding in no time. Step One: Get to Know Your Wave You’ll often see surfers staring off into the horizon.

Fluance Fi50 Bluetooth speaker review

I’m starting to lean away from portable, battery-operated speakers for my home listening needs, since I don’t move them around much. Hopefully, something larger and mostly stationary produces better quality sound. How does the Fluance Fi50 bluetooth speaker stack up? Out of the box you get the power adapter, instructions, aux audio cord, adhesive rubbery feet and threaded spike feet.

Olympus’ New Mirrorless Camera Is Small But Feature-Packed

With entry-level mirrorless cameras, there are always compromises. They have smaller sensors and smaller bodies, making them cheaper than full-frame DSLRs but also less capable. A small camera doesn’t have much room on it for knobs and buttons. At $700 for the body only, the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is an affordable compact system camera.

Intel Is Teaching Its Gadgets to Mimic Humans

Intel has very big plans for RealSense, the technology meant to enable our gadgets to learn and understand us, in order to better do the things we want. And the best way to achieve that? Make them mimic humans. Today at Intel’s Developer Conference, CEO Brian Krzanich explained the company’s advances with RealSense, calling it the “sensification of compute.”