When Sony’s next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 4, launched in the US earlier this month, the company announced that it had sold over a million units in the first 24 hours. Since then, the console has officially launched in Europe and Latin America, bringing the total number of countries to 32.…Read More »
The Google Glass Explorer program is starting to open up. Interested users can now sign up to be a part of an official waitlist for Google Glass. If a spot opens up, you’ll be given the chance to purchase a pair and be part of the Google Glass Explorer program.…Read More »
The iPad mini with Retina display has officially gone on sale today in Apple’s online store. The tablet starts at $399 for the base model and features the same resolution and specs as the iPad Air, for $100 less.
When Apple announced its new lineup of iPads, the iPad mini with Retina display was given the unspecific release date of “Later in November.” Prior to the event, it was rumored that Apple would not launch the iPad mini with Retina display due to constrained supplies of its screen.…Read More »
Nexus 5 is official: Android 4.4, quad-core processor, LTE, 445 ppi 5-inch display for $349 (unlocked, no contract)
After numerous leaks, Google has the made the Nexus 5 official. The device was designed by Google, manufactured by LG, and comes installed with Android 4.4.
Google is making a pretty big deal about the Nexus 5′s picture-taking capabilities. In fact, the introduction video of the Nexus 5 above is all about the device as a camera, which is understandable, since the camera on the Nexus 4 was widely considered to be that device’s weakness.…Read More »
Google has launched the next version of Android, 4.4 KitKat. We’ve known for awhile now what the operating system would be called, but now we have all the details behind the new features and improvements in this update.
There are a couple of major things that Google is aiming to do in 4.4, the first of which is making Android accessible to more phones.…Read More »
If you’re a frequent flier, then you’ll know that it is sometimes a bit difficult to find the best airport lounges without being a VIP flier. You see; there’s a chance you could gain access to some of the best airport lounges available without even knowing it.…Read More »
Last week, Valve teased three announcements for this week. The first has been unveiled as SteamOS, a new operating system based on the Linux architecture that’s designed for gaming on the big screen. It will be available soon for “living room machines,” free of charge.…Read More »
Microsoft has announced official pricing details for Windows 8.1 ahead of its release next month.
Current Windows 8 users will get Windows 8.1 as a free upgrade. For Windows 7 users or earlier that are looking to upgrade, Windows 8.1 will cost $120.…Read More »
Apple announces iPhone 5s with 64-bit A7 processor, improved camera, and ‘Touch ID’ fingerprint sensor
Today Apple announced two new additions to the iPhone lineup: The colorful iPhone 5c and the “forward thinking” iPhone 5s. While the iPhone 5c featured a similar spec sheet to the iPhone 5, the 5s on the other hand is enhanced in basically every aspect hardware-wise.…Read More »
Apple announces iPhone 5c: five different colors, same specs as iPhone 5, and starts at $99 on contract
Apple has officially announced the long-rumored and heavily leaked iPhone 5c. The iPhone 5c is replacing the iPhone 5 in Apple’s mobile phone lineup, and features a number of firsts for the company.
The iPhone 5c comes in multiple colors, much like an iPod would.…Read More »
At a press conference in Cologne, Germany, Sony executive Andrew House announced the official release date of the PlayStation 4. Sony’s next-gen console will be hitting shelves in North America on November 15th, and Europe on November 29th.
Some of the confirmed games that will be available for launch are Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, DriveClub, FIFA 14, Killzone Shadow Fall, Watch Dogs and more.…Read More »
Microsoft Windows 8.1 is reportedly scheduled to launch this October. The company is currently testing near-final versions of the OS, with the finalized version to be completed by the end of the month. Despite being finalized, Microsoft intends to release Windows 8.1 a whole two months later to give its partners and other PC manufacturers time to do testing and finalize their drivers.…Read More »
LG officially announced its newest flagship Android phone in New York today, the LG G2. Now because we’ve actually seen this phone before, there are a few other things about the G2 that might sound familiar.
But before we get to that, let’s go over the G2′s specs.…Read More »
Moto X is finally official: 4.7-inch 720p screen, beautiful customizable design, Motorola X8 chip, and assembled in the USA
After all the rumors and leaks, Google and Motorola have officially announced the Moto X. If you’ve seen the device before or read about its rumored specifications – well, they were pretty spot on. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t any new details revealed by the rebranded Motorola.…Read More »
Users in the need for professional graphics solutions just got their latest fix announced. The NVIDIA Quadro K6000 is the company’s latest professional graphics card, which they’re touting is “the fastest and most capable GPU ever built.” And after taking a look at its spec sheet, you’d probably agree.…Read More »
Thankfully it’s nowhere near the month of April, otherwise you would probably think I was joking. In case you haven’t heard yet, DC and Warner Bros. made what was arguably the biggest announce of this year’s Comic-Con over the weekend. A follow-up to this summer’s Man of Steel.…Read More »
While HTC is rumored to be coming out with a bigger HTC One this September to compete with the inevitable Galaxy Note III, this month it’s all about the little guys. After numerous leaks, the company has officially announced the HTC One mini.…Read More »
There are certainly many things that are only possible on bigger and bulkier DSLRs, but recent advancements have made some smaller, more pocket-sized cameras good enough that even discerning pros would be comfortable using them. Sony’s RX100 and RX1 are great examples of high performance compact cameras, and the company has announced updated models for both.…Read More »
Just when those smartwatch rumors started to die down, Sony comes in and announces an actual smartwatch. The SmartWatch 2 is a follow-up to their previous foray into wearable computing last year, and it’s packed with some significant improvements that might make it worth a look this time around.…Read More »
To coincide with the upcoming release of The Internship, a comedy about working at Google, Google has released an official video that takes a look at 5 different interns during their first week at Google.
I haven’t seen the movie yet (because it isn’t out) but it would be interesting to compare how life as an intern at Google is portrayed on the big screen, and what it’s actually like in real life.…Read More »
We’re now only a few weeks away from Microsoft’s Build developer conference, where we’ll be bombarded with news about everything Windows — and more specifically, Windows 8.1. But it looks like Microsoft couldn’t wait until then to give us our first official walkthrough of the update.…Read More »
After several months of leaks and rumors, Microsoft officially announced the successor to the Xbox 360 at an event in their Redmond headquarters today. All signs pointed to the name, “Xbox Infinity,” but Microsoft amazingly kept its true name under wraps until the official reveal: the Xbox One.…Read More »
At a conference in Boston, Microsoft’s Tami Reller confirmed that the upcoming update to Windows 8, that has been codenamed Windows Blue, will officially be called Windows 8.1 when it releases. She also brought some good news for Windows 8 users, announcing that it will come as a free update to Windows 8 and it will be delivered through the Windows Store.…Read More »
Today Nokia officially announced its newest flagship phone, the Lumia 925. If it looks familiar, that’s because the phone is “a new interpretation” of the Lumia 920 — it’s slimmer at 8.5mm and lighter at 135 grams. Perhaps its most noticeable aesthetic change is that it’s now made of aluminum.…Read More »