Latest from Sean Portnoy
Can Google's purchase of Motorola save Google TV?
One of the assets that comes Google's way with its acquisition of Motorola Mobility -- as my colleague Larry Dignan points out -- is its set-top-box business. Considering the last batch of Google TV hardware has been close to an epic failure, the thinking goes that the platform could get a boost from some Motorola expertise.
Asetek resurrects WaterChill line for extreme liquid-cooling of latest CPUs, graphics cards
Asetek has lately pushed its component-cooling prowess towards retail partnerships with companies like Antec and Corsair, along with providing the liquid-cooling solutions for gaming PC makers, including Asus and Dell Alienware. But the company has just announced that it will be bringing its WaterChill family of products back to the marketplace.
Canon, Epson add Wi-Fi to new multifunction printers
Built-in wireless networking capability is slowly infiltrating the home printer market. At the end of last year, we highlighted a dirt-cheap monochrome laser, the Brother HL-2170W, and both Canon and Epson have recently announced a handful of new all-in-one inkjet printers that also feature built-in 802.