The Logitech G910 Orion Spark Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a mouthful, but it lives up to its name! After reviewing it a couple of months ago, we're now giving one away here on Neowin. Good luck!
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You might not know Asus for their line of smartphones, but their latest Zenfone is sure to make a mark. If not for the Intel Atom chipset, then for the massive 4 GB of RAM that this phone packs.
Logitech has announced their latest mouse, the MX Master Wireless Mouse, which has the ability to pair to more than one device and casually switch between different devices.
OnePlus, the manufacturer of the OnePlus One, has started producing their own 10,000 mAh power banks. Priced at an interesting $15, it should be available for purchase either today or tomorrow.
OxygenOS and CyanogenMod 12S - both based on Android Lollipop - should be coming to the OnePlus One in just over 10 days from now, and OnePlus will be giving out free phones if they miss the deadline.
Google has made the previously Android-exclusive Google Calendar app available for iPhones, including all the Android features like 'Events from Gmail.' The app is available for download right now.
ASUS posted a flowchart in a tweet which highlights how expensive the gold Apple Watch is in comparison to their own ZenWatch, and suggests that if you still want to buy it then you might be crazy.
Microsoft has showed off the multi-platform universal Bing Maps app in their MWC 2015 conference, showing how searches are saved and synced across different devices.
Microsoft has just formally announced the Lumia 640 and 640 XL at their Mobile World Conference 2015 presentation. The smartphones are not exactly high-end, but the specs are pretty interesting.
Microsoft's press conference at MWC 2015 is set to begin at 8:30am CET (1 March 11:30pm PST). For those interested in the event, you can stream the event live right here on Neowin!
While most of us have our eyes on the MWC live steams, Chinese factories are already producing cases and accessories for the new devices literally as they're being demoed in the presentations.
The YotaPhone 2 isn't your typical smartphone in that it has dual displays. But is it just a gimmick or is this the way of the future? Check out our full review of the YotaPhone to find out!
Google's Compute Engine, a central part of Google's Cloud Platform, is down without any specific details being posted by Google besides "Multiple services reporting issues" being listed.
The next high-spec MediaTek chip to make an appearance will be the 64-bit MT6795 based on ARM's big.LITTLE technology. MediaTek has released a teaser showing 1080p video captured at 480fps.
OneNote was previously made free but had features restricted for paid versions only. Microsoft has now removed these restrictions and the full software has become completely free on PC and Mac.