LAST WEEK SAW the annual 'Tatfest', better known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), descent on Las Vegas, with firms showing off everything from new Windows 10 PCs to, er, internet-connected hairbrushes.
Dell was among the big names to take to Vegas, with the firm unveiling its retaliation to Microsoft's Surface Studio with the Dell XPS 27 AIO, an all-in-one offering a 4K IPS display with optional touchscreen functionality. The touchscreen version of the XPS 27 has a pivoting stand that allows it to tilt and move to a horizontal position.
Asus also had a lot to shout about with the launch of the Zenfone AR, a high-end handset that's the first to support both Google Tango and Daydream VR
We've rounded up the top 10 stories from last week below. µ
AMD: Ryzen is coming soon, honest. Look, here's some AM4 motherboards and chipsets
In lieu of an actual Ryzen launch, firm shows off motherboards and chipsets instead
Galaxy S6 explodes near baby as Samsung prepares to reveal Note 7 findings
Handset scorched baby's cot in Christmas Eve fireworks display
Intel: 10nm Cannon Lake PCs will start shipping in 2017
Chipmaker pledges that Moore's Law is alive and well
Microsoft is going to give Windows 10 a sexy new look with Project Neon
Be still our beating mice
Galaxy Note 8 with 4K screen to launch in the 'second half of 2017'
Insiders claim Samsung ain't gonna bin its phablet line-up after all
IBM Watson replaces 34 staffers at Japanese insurance firm
Only 4,999,966 more jobs to be replaced by robots over next three years
Nvidia supersizes Shield TV with Android 7.0, 4K HDR, Plex, Steam and more
Yet again the Shield range goes monster on the competition
Windows 10 fails to hit a 25 per cent market share as Windows 7 has another rebound
But year on year, things are moving in the right direction
Kingston smashes the USB stick record with 2TB monster
But the price is yet to come. Start saving your pennies
iOS 10.3 to debut Theatre Mode to make phone use in cinemas acceptable
Turning it off also allowed
C3-PO, R2-D2, BB-8 and other Androids
Helpful cyber vigilante gets short changed by customer services
...you know, now it's less confusing...
Firm will no longer provide updates for its first Android mobe