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Full FaceTime for Mac App Arrives

Along with the revamped MacBook Pro line of computers today, Apple has released the first full-version FaceTime app for the Mac App store.

Samsung Notebook 9 Series to Come in 11-Inch Variant Too?

We saw the Samsung Series 9 at CES earlier this year. The 13-inch super-skinny laptop is supposed to rival equally slim competitors like the MacBook Air... but the MBA comes smaller than that too. So, Samsung could be countering again.

T-Mobile to sell Dell Streak 7 with 4G for $200 on contract

Old Magenta has formally announced that the seven-inch slate will hit shelves this week for just $199.99. That’s assuming, of course, that you want one of those two-year contracts

Samsung sells 80 million mobile devices in Q4 2010

We all know that Samsung has been able to enjoy a fair bit of success with its Galaxy S line of Android smartphones, but we didn't know that it was of record-breaking proportions. Well, the Korean giant is on cloud nine.

Yoshida: Upcoming Sony NGP (PSP2) will not cost $599

Aesthetically, the Sony NGP doesn't look all that different from the original PSP. The fundamental layout and form factor have remained largely unchanged, but the guts are quite the upgrade. And with upgrades come upgraded price tags, right?

Rumor: RIM PlayBook to be delayed over battery concern

The BlackBerry PlayBook is late to the tablet party, having been beaten to the punch by Apple's iPad and then subsequently missing the holiday shopping season. That may or may not be an issue for the "corporate tablet" deceivingly named with a fun word; but it looks like RIM is enroute to missing another opportunity. And the PlayBook has apparently been hit with another delay.

More Apple iPad 2 design rumors rise to the surface

Rise, Lord Vader. Rise! As always, we should take these rumors with a serious grain of salt, but a whole slew of rumored features have now been leaked out on the Internet pertaining to the upcoming iPad 2 from Steve Jobs and crew at Apple.

BlackBerry PlayBook rumored to start at just $399 sans contract?

Chalk this one up in the rumor mill for now, but it sounds like RIM is going to sell three different versions of its QNX-powered PlayBook and the starting price is just $399. There's no mention of a contract in the rumor, so this could very well be the unsubsidized price.

iPad 2 in April 2011?

iPad 2 is rumored to be launched in the first quarter of 2011 itself. However, speculations are already running high regarding the impact iPad 2 may have on the market for iPad related products.

Fivepoint conductive fingertip gloves for cold winter touchscreen tapping

If you’re not one to be caught perverting your capacitive touchscreen device with a sausage, perhaps these magic finger gloves would be more "proper."

Balsillie guarantees PlayBook to be under $500

Some people might say that Research in Motion is a little late to the tablet party if it can't release the PlayBook in time for the holidays. I don't think that's true. If it's a compelling product and it's marketed correctly, it could be a hit. It helps if the price is right too.

Windows Phone 7 incentives give some a free Xbox and others a Zune Pass

That's what you call synergy. Or leveraging your other brands. Or going all out with your marketing. Whatever you want to call it, it seems that Microsoft is taking this whole Windows Phone 7 business pretty seriously and it's not afraid to give out some free stuff to attract your interest.

Rogers customers to get Dell Streak November

Rogers is taking shape to be a leader of Android handset offerings. We know the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate should be launching shortly, and now we know it's getting hitched up next to the Dell Streak. Rogers could be called the AT&T of Canada.

Android to get Qik video calls like FaceTime

Unlike FaceTime, which only (officially) works over a Wi-Fi connection, Qik says that you'll be able to use its video call service over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. The interface will be similar to FaceTime with a full screen of the person you're talking to, shoving you into a smaller window in the corner.

Dedicated e-book readers dead? Some say not yet

When the Amazon Kindle first hit the market, we were all amazed by its e-ink display and its ability to seamlessly integrate through WhisperNet to Amazon's online store. And then, the iPad came along and reminded us that we most prefer multifunction devices. Does that mean the standalone e-reader is dead? No, not necessarily.

Apple Acquires ‘Dark Data’ Startup for $200 Million

Most large tech companies today are attempting to acquire more or better technology by purchasing smaller startup companies. Apple is no exception to this...

The Perfect Antidote for Photographers Who Keep Forgetting SD Cards

Photographers shoot a lot of images, especially when covering an event or completing a project. Therefore, one of the essential items to carry around...

‘Guardians Vol. 2’ was a Big Success Thanks to its First Use of Red...

The Marvel genius never ceases as back in 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy brought the superhero studio’s universe into the cosmic realm with a critically...

These Weird Japanese Toys Should Never Have Been Made in the First Place

Japan is a nation that is known for its cutting edge technology inventions and an undeniably unique culture. With art, technology, and cuisine, the...

Apple’s Own Hype is Hurting Its Own Sales

Apple CEO admits that their own hype around the iPhone 8 is hurting current Apple sales. In short, the phone maker itself is becoming...

Ever Wonder How Tech Billionaires Raise their Kids? This is How Bill Gates Did...

Ever wondered how the married tech billionaires raise their kids? Let’s take a look at the number one richest tech guy, William “Bill” Gates...

The Boeing and Airbus Show Featuring New Jets from Both on the Same Day

On Friday a new jet debuted for Airbus Boeing. Oops. Rather, Airbus and Boeing debuted their new jets, all on the same day. You...

Disney will Make More Star Wars Stories for another Decade and More

At the recent SCALE: The Future of Tech and Entertainment Conference last March 23 in Santa Monica, California, Disney CEO Bob Iger talked about...

In the World of Streamed Music, Voltra Hopes to Bring Back Genuine Music Ownership

Voltra is a digital music player and shop for people who want to truly own their own music. They are dedicated to making products...

Pebby is the BEST Smart Toy for Your Dogs

If we have Kuri, the adorable smart home robot then our pets also has Pebby. Pebby is a smart collar and ball system that...

Samsung is Unstoppable in Making the First Foldable Phone is History

Do you want phones with a really big screen but are pocket sized? According to Korea Herald, Samsung is working on a phone with...

NASA and European Astronomers Discover 7 Earth-like Planets that May Have Alien Life

According to NASA and European astronomers, they have discovered not one, not two, but seven earth-like planets orbiting a dwarf star that could potentially...

Samsung Triumphs Over Apple in Supreme Court Appeal

On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a lower court’s judgment in a unanimous decision that involved a supposedly $399 million lower court...

These Exciting New Tech Products Might be Greeting You in 2017

This year will soon be over in a matter of weeks so anything that technology churned out are by now available in time as...

Elon Musk Discloses How His Rocket SpaceX Can Bring People to Mars

Tech billionaire and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is hatching an ambitious plan to eventually colonize Mars, possibly with thousands of people almost en masse,...
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Play on the Small Screen: Improving Your Gaming Experience on a Smartphone

Game makers are clawing for a share of the smartphone market because it offers companies a bevy potential revenue streams. Is it possible to...
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7 Android apps you will never uninstall from your phone

There are so many android apps releasing everyday on the Play Store, yet not adding to the usability of its customers. However, very few...

Moto X Pure Edition Review – Raising the Bar Like Never Before

When Motorola ffirst released the Moto X it took the world by surprise. The phone was a flagship in its unique way. It offered...

Xiaomi is Eager to Launch a Laptop Next Year

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. is having a ride of their life, thanks to the growing popularity of their smartphones amongst buyers all over...

Review of Google’s OnHub Router – An Eye-Catchy Router with Lots of Potential

Unless and until you are a tech enthusiast who takes his devices and pieces of hardware pretty seriously and is obsessed with figures, chances...

Review of ZTE Axon – A Power-Packed Budget Phone

Recently, a new company called ‘Axon’ about which no one had heard before promised to launch a shiny and impressive $450 smartphone. The company...

Initial Impressions of the UBIK UNO: An Affordable Flagship Phone

Every year scores of new phones are launched. While some turn out to be flagship phones of big manufacturers, others simply belong to the...

Initial Impressions of the UBIK UNO: An Affordable Flagship Phone

Every year scores of new phones are launched. While some turn out to be flagship phones of big manufacturers, others simply belong to the...

LG G4 Beat- Review, Spec, Highlights, Video!

In the diverse market of global smartphones, LG has presented the latest version of G4 device flagship for a special segment of users! Following...

Google I/O 2015- Day 1 and Announcements!Google I/O 2015- Day 1 and Announcements!

Gear up for a fine dose of excitement and surprises in the biggest software party- Google I/O begins Thursday, and as expected, the tale...

Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Systems to Start Pre-Orders in Early 2016

The world would certainly be a happier place for developers and gamers after the news of 'Oculus Rift' and it pre-orders came out! How...

LG G4 Smartphone Review, Release Date and Features (VIDEO)

In the diverse world of Smartphones, we have many options to explore and here comes LG G4 which is also good- but, the question...

Samsung Announces 2015 First Quarter Net Profits of US$ 4.3 Billion

Soon after Apple released the quarterly report of it's in cash investments, Samsung is ready to share its quarterly earning report. Is the news...

Samsung S6 Features and Design Review (Video)

Samsung’s latest heartthrob ‘Galaxy S6’ and ‘S6 Edge’ is finally becoming a dream come true as it soon hits the market! Attractive, stylish and...

Dell Venue 8 7000 Is Pretty Awesome (Hands-on Video)

Dell Venue 8 7000 Android tablet

LG G3 Launching Next Month

LG's answer to the Galaxy S5, the LG G3, might arrive as early as next month.

Latest iPhone 6 Rumors

Check out the latest rumors about the iPhone 6.

Camera Awesome App Lands on Select Android Devices

Camera Awesome is one of those awesome apps that has been, up until this time, an exclusive to iOS devices. That has now changed, because the Camera Awesome app has finally been ported over to Google Android.

Unlocked Sony Xperia Z1, Z Ultra, Smartwatch 2 Now Available in US Online Store

Even though Sony Mobile sees the US market as a low priority at the moment, it is now offering fully unlocked versions of the Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra, and SmartWatch 2 to the American market through its online store.

Hubble Video: Galaxies Collide, Gorgeous “Cosmic Bloom” Results

No, it's not the most imaginative or creative of names, but the galaxy dubbed PGC 6240 could be one of the most interesting. It has "hazy petal-like shells" that form a "pale rose in the sky."

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Majority of Victims of the WannaCry Malware were Using Windows 7

More than a week after it first hit, the WannaCry ransomware is still spreading quickly, though it has now been checked and controlled, and...

UploadVR is Being Charged in Court for Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

UploadVR is a San Francisco, California-based virtual reality startup company. It is being sued by a former employee alleging that the company engaged in...

The Tech Giants Aren’t All in California, Some are in New...

When we talk of tech giants and startups, what probably comes to your mind is the state of California, particularly Silicon Valley and its...

SpaceX Just Launched Its Heaviest Payload into Geosynchronous Orbit

SpaceX just launched another of its Falcon 9 rockets, but this time carrying a very heavy payload from communications satellite company Inmarsat, the fourth...

Modern Startups Try Out Strange Naming Trends to be Known

An important rule in starting a business is to find the perfect name, preferably a short one, catchy, memorable, possibly descriptive, and easy to...

The Drone Registry Requirement of the FAA has been Disapproved by...

The Federal Aviation Administration’s drone registry requirement database was largely disapproved on Friday by a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling in Washington D.C. The court sided...

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R.I.P. MP3: But the MP3 is Still Alive and Will Be Just Fine

People on the internet seem to be spilling a lot of pixels over the fact that the MP3 has been declared dead by its inventors...

People Don’t Buy Tablets Anymore and the Device Trend is Dying

You may be part of the dying breed if you own a tablet. Customers are buying fewer tablets so keep that in good condition...

5 Amazing Travel Gadgets That May Come in Handy on Your Next Trip

Sometimes you just need to get away. Go far away from the city and leave all the stress behind. However, there are times when...

Toddlers that Play with Touchscreens Get Less Sleep

A scientific study has discovered that toddlers and younger children that constantly play or use devices with touchscreens such as tablets have less sleeping...

Gaming Laptop Review: Razer Blade is the Ultimate in Gaming Laptops

The Razer Blade is actually a slim gaming laptop and is in the middle of a range sandwiched between the 14-inch Blade, bracketed by...

The New Leica Thalia Line is Every Cinematographer’s Dream

Memories are treasured moments that bring a smile on our faces each time we look back on them. Since the pleasure and happiness we...