From Ubuntu Yakkety Yak and more Verizahoo hoo-ha, to Windows phones, Cyanogen's switch, hands on Paint, and PlayStation's mobile move, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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After launching the ZenFone 3 in Taiwan last month, ASUS will bring three different versions of the device to U.S. markets this October. The $799 flagship model comes with the Snapdragon 821 chip.
ASUS has launched the world's first smartphone with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 821 SoC, along with 256GB of storage, 6GB RAM, 23MP camera, USB Type-C, NFC, fingerprint sensor, and more.
You can now get up to 42% off a wide range of desktops, notebooks, tablets and 2-in-1s, including many affordable options - and if you buy a PC for over $699, you'll also get a free 8-inch tablet.
ASUS has announced the next version of its Android Wear smartwatch line, the ZenWatch 3, sporting the new Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC, designed for ultra low power wearables.
ASUS has unveiled the ZenScreen, an ultra-portable monitor designed to offer laptop users more screen space on the go. Just 8mm thick, and weighing 800g, it can be used in landscape or portrait mode.
In what was already shaping up to be a monster smartphone under the hood, ASUS has revised its flagship ZenFone 3 Deluxe smartphone to include the latest Snapdragon 821 processor from Qualcomm.
ASUS' new Windows 10 notebook is thin and light with a metal body, 13.3-inch touchscreen and 360-degree hinge - and it's also the first ZenBook to be "certified with Cortana with Voice-Premium".
Although you might have a smartphone and tablet, sometimes you want to enjoy content on a grander scale. Asus' latest ZenBeam E1 is a portable projector that can project content up to 120 inches.
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Among phones and robots, ASUS unveiled a new ZenBook laptop today. The ZenBook 3 is thinner and considerably lighter than last year's model, which was already impressive. It also packs powerful specs.
At its launch event in Taipei, Asus has unveiled its ZenFone 3 series consisting of standard, Deluxe and Ultra editions. The three flagship devices boast screen sizes up to 6.8" and up to 6GB of RAM.
The Zenbo is a cross between the Amazon Echo, Pixar's EVE, and a nightmare. But the company believes that a robot following you around the house is the perfect companion and work assistant.
Ahead of the Computex expo, Asus has unveiled a number of new tablets, inspired by Microsoft's Surface line. The Asus Transformer 3 tablets claim to offer style and power in an affordable package.
Google originally introduced the Nexus Player in 2014 as a showcase device for Android 5.0 Lollipop - but its days have finally come to an end, as the company has removed it from its store.
It's no secret that the PC is no longer the king of the computing world in terms of shipments, but only two vendors of the top five actually managed a small growth, while the others saw a big hit.
Microsoft has slashed hundreds of bucks off a wide range of desktops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, notebooks and more - including many with the latest Intel Skylake processors - from multiple manufacturers.
It seems ASUS may be the next company to launch a new Windows 10 device drawing inspiration from Microsoft's popular range of tablets, featuring a Surface-style kickstand and keyboard cover.
This previous year was terrible for the PC market, with sales seeing their biggest decline on record. The launch of Windows 10 did little to help the market, being a free upgrade.
After exactly one year since its announcement at CES 2015, Asus has revealed that the Zenfone Zoom smartphone will be made available in the United States starting February 1st.
Following the success of its Chromecast dongle, Google, in partnership with ASUS, has now launched the Chrome OS-powered Chromebit, which offers more features than its sibling for $85.
After its previous successful launch if the Intel-powered ZenFone 2 earlier this year, ASUS is announcing a new mid-range smartphone that offers good value and won't break the bank.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has shown interest in Microsoft's augmented-reality headset. Asus could potentially become the first third-party manufacturer to build its own version of HoloLens.
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ASUS has expanded its Transformer line with two new Windows 10 hybrid laptops based on Intel's newest low power processor architecture and each sporting a different method of transforming.
A year after being unveiled as a 'hero' device for Android 5.0 Lollipop - and a week before Android 6.0 is officially announced - the Nexus Player has become even more affordable, with a 50% discount.
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If Google's new OnHub router is the most simplistic, than ASUS's RT-AC5300U router must be the most insane - boasting 8 external antennas and a massive 5300 Gbps potential throughput.
At IFA today, the manufacturer of the Zen and ROG series of products also had a smaller, cheaper PC in store, weighing only 68g and running full Windows for a meager $129.
The Taiwanese company is a mainstay among the gaming community, and well known for its ROG brand. At IFA today, Asus showed off its 34-inch curved ultra-wide PG348Q (once again).
'Quick Charge 2.0' has been touted as being able to charge a phone's battery by up to 60% in just 30 minutes. A new test determines which device provides the best charging capabilities.
ASUS' latest offering brings an improved version of the 'ZenFone 2' that touts 256GB of storage. The Intel Atom powered handset also offers 4GB RAM and a 13MP camera.
At IDF 2015, Intel announced that it is expanding overclocking to laptops with its next-generation processor family, Skylake. Some manufacturers are already building prototypes to demo the new chip.
After releasing its first Android 5.1.1 factory image for the Nexus 7 back in May, Google has now quietly made a new build available of its latest Lollipop version via its Developers site.
Asus has launched a variety of new products at the ongoing Computex 2015, which include the next version of the ZenWatch, a selfie-centric ZenFone and three new variants of the ZenFone 2.
ASUS has announced one of the first devices that will launch with Windows 10 onboard: the T100HA, an 8.45mm-thick tablet that weighs 580g, with a detachable keyboard and USB 3.1 Type-C connector.
Just a few months after the Nexus Player went on sale for $99, Google has reduced the price of the ASUS-built Android TV box to just $79, ahead of its I/O developer conference this week.
ASUS has officially launched the Zenfone 2 in the U.S. market and will be offering two versions of the device starting at $199 off-contract. ASUS will also offer a higher end model priced at $299.
Google has released the first factory image of its latest OS update, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and the first device to get it isn't one of its phones or tablets, but the Nexus Player Android TV box.
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Google and ASUS have unveiled some new affordable devices today including a convertible Chromebook with a screen that flips around and the Chromebit, a computer on a stick running Chrome OS.
ASUS has confirmed that it's bringing its Zenfone 2 to Europe, and the range-topping model - with a 2.3GHz Atom processor and 4GB RAM - will launch first in France, at the special price of just €299.
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.
Over five months after Google first unveiled the Nexus Player, it will finally go on sale in the UK this week. Pre-orders of the Android TV device are already available, priced at £79.99.
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.
Just 12.3mm thick and weighing 1.2kg, the latest Ultrabook from ASUS features an Intel Core M processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD, and offers up to ten hours of battery life - not bad for $699.
The new Transformer Book Chi Series tablets feature aluminium unibody construction and come with dockable keyboards, with screen sizes from 8.9-inches, up to the 12.5-inch model with WQHD resolution.
Asus has unveiled the world's first 4 GB RAM smartphone, the first of it's kind. Along with it, they have also announced the Asus Zenfone Zoom, a device focused on capturing high quality photos.