• Will Project Morpheus Beat Oculus Rift To Market?
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  • Google Releases Cheap Android Phone But You Can’t Buy It
  • Dell Unveils New Venue Tablet On Worst Day Ever (Video)
  • How Much Would You Pay For an Apple I?
  • Sony Brings Back the Walkman (Video)
  • Key Cable Lets You Charge Your Phone Anywhere (Video)
Will Project Morpheus Beat Oculus Rift To Market?

Will Project Morpheus Beat Oculus Rift To Market?

Oculus Rift, the garage startup that was bought by Facebook for 2 billion dollars after being in existence for just two years, is rumored to be close to a consumer version (mid-2015?) of the breakthrough virtual reality system that has the potential to change just about every aspect of consumer...

The ToneWood Amp Electrifies Any Acoustic Guitar (Video)

The ToneWood Amp Electrifies Any Acoustic Guitar (Video)

Any acoustic guitar player knows what it’s like to feel electric envy. And, because of amplification, trying to compete with an electric guitar is usually impossible. Just ask Bob Dylan, circa 1965. To combat the problem, acoustic guitars must usually be either retrofitted with an external pickup or purchased with...

Google Releases Cheap Android Phone But You Can’t Buy It

Google Releases Cheap Android Phone But You Can’t Buy It

Over the weekend, Google announced at a tech convention they’ll be releasing a new Android smartphone priced at around $100 with the capability of downloading YouTube videos to avoid those annoying and wallet sucking data charges on multiple replays. So where can you get one? You’ll have to travel all...

Dell Unveils New Venue Tablet On Worst Day Ever (Video)

Dell Unveils New Venue Tablet On Worst Day Ever (Video)

So, what else is new? Well, as it turns out, Dell also had a major announcement on Tuesday by launching “the world’s thinnest tablet” with the new Venue 7 Android and it’s as though the geek and nerds couldn’t care less. So, where’s the love for a groundbreaking device that...

How Much Would You Pay For an Apple I?

How Much Would You Pay For an Apple I?

On a fateful day in late 1975, Steve Wozniak, an unknown electronics geek from the Bay Area in California, attended a meeting of like-minded nerds in the garage of a friend. The group met to discuss the state of computing electronics and Wozniak had a sudden flash of inspiration. What...

Sony Brings Back the Walkman (Video)

Sony Brings Back the Walkman (Video)

Look out, Neil Young. Sony is gunning for you with… a new Walkman? That’s right. The electronics giant is looking to recapture some of its past glory by introducing a new Walkman on to the global market in November, just in time for the holiday season and timed to blow...

Key Cable Lets You Charge Your Phone Anywhere (Video)

Key Cable Lets You Charge Your Phone Anywhere (Video)

Have you ever noticed that your electronic device loses power at the most inopportune times? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a USB micro, lightning charger just as handy as the set of keys in your pocket? Now, with Native Union’s Key Cable charger, that wish is a reality –...

 

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Dell Unveils New Venue Tablet On Worst Day Ever (Video)

Dell Unveils New Venue Tablet On Worst Day Ever (Video)

So, what else is new? Well, as it turns out, Dell also had a major announcement on Tuesday by launching “the world’s thinnest tablet” with the new Venue 7 Android and it’s as though the geek and nerds couldn’t care...

 

HP Stream Looks To Challenge Chromebook at $199

HP Stream Looks To Challenge Chromebook at $199

Microsoft is finally ready to take on Google in the battle of the cheap laptop by introducing the HP Stream, a 14 inch notebook MS hopes will knock Google’s Chromebook off the market. The company leaked advance info about the new device...

 

New USB 3.0 Truly ‘Idiot Proof’

New USB 3.0 Truly ‘Idiot Proof’

The new USB 3.0 standard computer interface is ready to be unleashed upon the world, and it has several advancements which will enhance speed and lend truly universal, backwards compatibility to the current standard, a model which was adopted...

 

Kinect Allows Users to Make Their Own 3D Avatars (Video)

Kinect Allows Users to Make Their Own 3D Avatars (Video)

Have you ever wanted to create your own, animated, 3D Avatar, but didn’t have the patience, financial means or the brains to do it? Well, your prayers have been answered. So long as you’re a Microsoft Kinect for Windows customer,...

 

eHarmony Gets In The Job Market With ‘Elevated Careers’

eHarmony Gets In The Job Market With ‘Elevated Careers’

After a decade of claiming to have matched millions of couples (and marrying off more than half a million of them) eHarmony is taking its knowledge and experience in a new direction by launching a new service come December, called “Elevated...

 

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How Much Would You Pay For an Apple I?

How Much Would You Pay For an Apple I?

On a fateful day in late 1975, Steve Wozniak, an unknown electronics geek from the Bay Area in California, attended a meeting of like-minded nerds in the garage of a friend. The group met to discuss the state of computing electronics and Wozniak...

 

Stephen Hawking Has ‘Terminator’ on the Brain

Stephen Hawking Has ‘Terminator’ on the Brain

Stephen Hawking is afraid. Very afraid. According to the world famous theoretical physicist, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not a toy and creating autonomous robots could lead to the destruction of humanity by rogue, self aware machines. Duh,...

 

CoeLux Makes Every Day (And Night) Brighter With Artificial Sunlight

CoeLux Makes Every Day (And Night) Brighter With Artificial Sunlight

Ever since Thomas Edison captured electric light in a vacuum tube and gave it to the rest of the world, the Holy Grail of lighting designers and engineers has been to make that illumination look more like natural sunlight. The results have been...

 

Google’s ‘Unnumbered Sparks’ Brings Browser Art to TED 2014 (Video)

Google’s ‘Unnumbered Sparks’ Brings Browser Art to TED 2014 (Video)

What’s the best way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) conference being held in Vancouver this week? Google, being Google, figured it would be to design a massive public art piece, hanging...

 

Airtime Relaunched as OkHello by Napster Creator Sean Parker

Airtime Relaunched as OkHello by Napster Creator Sean Parker

Remember Airtime? No? Well, it was just about the biggest thing in early 2012 when Sean Parker, the genius behind Napster, announced the new video messaging platform that was going to be the next Facebook. Unfortunately, Airtime launched just...

 
 

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