On Christmas morning children will unwrap their gifts to find a shiny new tablets and e-readers, but this year the Nook is not likely to be one of them.
Its latest Chromebook, the C720P, packs a touchscreen for just $300. In comparison, Google’s Chromebook Pixel, the only previous model with a touchscreen, sells for a whopping $1,300.
ATOMS are a system of plug-and-play sensors, motors, and logic blocks. Kids can either use one of ATOMS’ sets to build monsters, robots, or magic wands, or attach them to existing toys and control them using an iOS device.
When I want an expert to assess whether or not I’ve made a solid purchase of a recent computer, naturally I go to the bumbling (yet lovable) hacks on History Channel’s Pawn Stars.
A new report by research firm Canalys suggests we’ll be buying tablets by the boatload in 2017 — almost 400 million of them. And next year, tablet sales will make up a full 50 percent of all PC sales, when you define a PC as one of a tablet, desktop, or laptop.
Starting today, you can say goodbye to massive roaming bill and loan shark data rates while traveling. Cubic Telecom is launching a new “multi IMSI” SIM card today that gives you local plans and local rates globally, allowing you to connect wherever you are without the fear of huge bills when you get home.
While the Surface 2 doesn’t appear to be a huge hit for Microsoft, new data from Chitika Insights shows that it’s at least allowing the company to stay relevant in the tablet arena.
Developers eager to help Google create the future of wearables may soon have their chance.
A hobbyist’s dream could turn out to be a really cool toy with techie smarts built into it.
How can Apple take the already excellent iPhone camera to the next level? How about being able to refocus images after you’ve taken them, just like the Lytro camera.
More smartwatch options are coming. ZTE is the latest company to devote resources to such a device and promises that its version will be cheaper than the Samsung Gear.
Go big or go home. That’s the message we’re hearing from electronics giant Samsung, which today unveiled another oversized device to add to its large-screen smartphone lineup.
Smartphones just passed the 50 percent mark this past quarter, finally edging out feature phones. But by 2017, 82 percent of all phones sold will be smartphones, according to market researcher NDP.
Is your Google Glass not fitting well over your regular glasses? The digital eye wear may one day come with prescription lenses.
Xiaomi claims it will be super fast. As for the features, the only one mentioned is that it can cross the Great Firewall, just like HiWiFi and a few others that emerged this year in China.
Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are basically powerful PCs in game-console clothing.
Intel is becoming a new kind of company, but it isn’t going to toss out its old business.
The explosion of internet connectivity is requiring more servers to serve the web to new devices.
Good news for early adopters of Google’s Chromecast streaming media stick: HBO is rolling out a new Chromecast app today for its streaming video service HBO Go, the company announced today.
Intel will launch two major Atom processors by 2015.
While the Surface 2 was a huge improvement for Microsoft, it now faces some stiff competition from one of Microsoft’s closest allies.
Intel’s new CEO Brian Krzanich describes what will be different under his leadership.
The Stir Kinetic is like no desk you’ve ever seen before. It’s a $3,980 work surface that moves, senses your presence, learns your habits, comes equipped with a touchscreen controller, and even breathes, sort of.
Hotels will be able to make money from their in-room movie boxes by letting LeoNovus use them for data center processing.
Is there any hope left for Acer?
The Surface 2 shows that Microsoft’s initial bet on hybrid computing devices is beginning to pay off.
LG has spent plenty of time hyping up the curved screen of its Flex Android smartphone, but the device’s unique “self-healing” capabilities looks to be even more useful.
The internet processor will help routers and wireless networks operate at faster speeds.
LittleBits isn’t going to stop until every one of you can make your own alarm clock.
After having their bikes stolen while studying at Oxford University, Franz Salzmann and Daniel Zajarias-Fainsod were frustrated. So frustrated, in fact, that they decided to find a way to stop, or at least massively hinder, bicycle thieves. Lock8, a smart bicycle lock, is what they came up with.
The new promotional video for GoldieBlox, a maker of toys for girls, is an amazing, inspiring chain reaction.
In his final speech as CEO at a Microsoft shareholder meeting, outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer fired a shot across the bow of those who are rumored to be thinking of splitting the company into component parts and selling some of them.
The company makes it easy for more people to use the Raspberry Pi computer.
Apple disappointed fans when it failed to reveal an updated version of its Apple TV set-top box product (neither hardware or software) during either of its two media events earlier this year. However, what it has been doing is adding more third-party media apps.
Your front door is about to get a lot smarter, prettier, and more-connected.
Fewer than a third of Apple’s new iPad Mini retina models are currently available for in-store pickup, according to a survey of 172 Apple stores around the U.S.
Microsoft’s takeover of Nokia’s devices and services business is one step closer to completion.
Samsung was quick to fight back against reports of incredibly poor Galaxy Gear sales today, but if you think about it, the Gear was never going to be a big sales performer.
1 in 8 households have damaged a laptop, phone, camera, or tablet during the holidays, and 35% of the devices damaged are mobile phones.
Apple won a round in its seemingly never-ending legal battles with Samsung today, making it more likely that Apple will be able to deny Samsung the ability to import some of its smartphone models into the U.S.