A guy in China named Sunny Gao has managed to design his very own version of the highly-awaited wearable gadget from Google, and the best part is that he’s giving away the design for the glasses for free.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has a new book out titled, “The New Digital Age,” he got on NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! for an interview to promote it. Here, he reveals that he thought Google’s famous “Don’t be evil” slogan was “the stupidest rule ever” when he joined the company.
Today, ABC announced its plans to launch a live TV streaming service for paying subscribers of cable and satellite providers as part of its app for the iPhone and iPad. Is this the beginning of a new trend for broadcasters?
Less than a week ago, we told you about a new, nearly bezel-less LG smartphone that surfaced online via a photo that was posted publicly by Twitter user @evleaks. Unfortunately, we weren’t able... to fully determine the identity of the handset, so up to now we still don’t know what phone it really is. Well, today a new photo of this same phone has just been made available, once again by the...
BlueStacks has announced a subscription-based game onsole called GamePop to give users a free console and controller as part of a monthly subscription. Is it worth it?
There are a lot of great Android phones worthy of being called the best out there in the year 2013. But there can be only one. Meet the contenders.
In line with Microsoft’s aim of encouraging on-the-go content creation for everyone, it is currently working on rolling out much-needed Office Web Apps compatibility with Android-powered tablets. Will you use it?
Currently, Corning leads the screen protection industry with its world-famous Gorilla Glass screens. But makers of sapphire screens — a promising alternative — might soon rise to dethrone it. Are they ready for the challenge?
Intel finally took the wraps off its radical new Silvermont microarchitecture, signifying a revamp of the entire Atom platform. Could this finally lead to its success in the quest for world mobile market domination?
Is it time for the carriers as well as the cellphone makers themselves to impose more stringent anti-theft measures through technology?