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While Google Glass is a leader in its field, it lacks on one thing: attraction and applicability to that of sports and athletes. In comes the Recon Jet.
Recently near Timmins, Ontario Canada, researchers found a small pocket of water that is estimated to be 2.64 billion years old.
If rumors prove correct, the next Sony flagship handset will be the Sony i1 or Honami, powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor with high-end camera.
Can you imagine winning $10,000 in App Store credit? Apple is currently holding a "50 Billionth Download" cost, giving you such an opportunity.
The latest word about iOS 7 indicates that iOS 7 will see a pretty big makeover, not just in the UI department but also when it comes to key apps.
Acer and Asus are currently working on new mid-range Chromebooks for release sometime this year, at least if a new rumor is to be believed.
Cambridge Consultants are working to develop an indoor navigation system that utilizes low powered sensors and a custom formula.
For those of you running Microsoft’s newest version of Windows OS, Windows 8, listen up because this will surely interest you.
Looks like the long awaited release of the BlackBerry Z10 may be shortly coming to an end for those in the United States.
Earlier in the year we reported on Nvidia’s Project Shield Android mobile gaming console. Now Project Shield demonstrates, in a video, its ability to wirelessly pair its Nvidia Project Shield handheld gaming console with a PC.
The Library has announced the National Recording Preservation Plan, in an attempt to preserve historic recordings for generations to come.
According to reports, Windows Blue is a code name for multiple coordinated updates that span not only Windows 8, but nearly all of Microsoft's products.
Amazon is making your Valentine’s Day shopping that much easier by slashing prices on its Kindle Fire HDs, offering as much $50 off on the 8.9-inch model.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 owners in Canada are getting a huge update this week, which includes multi-window and Chinese language support.
Late last year, Microsoft introduced the Windows RT-based Microsoft Surface tablet. Would it be out of the realm of possibility for Microsoft to create an Ultrabook...
Yesterday Apple released iOS 6.1 update to the masses. iOS 6.1 is a pretty minor upgrade but does include support for LTE carriers around the world. New LTEs in Denmark, Italy and many areas of the Middle East will now be supported, with Apple’s addition of 23 new iPad LTE and 36 new iPhone operators. But the most exciting part of the release is 6.1s open door for hackers.
In the past Google has taken a lot of flak over the amount of data they collect on their users. This would be a goldmine in the wrong hands, which makes us curious how much info Google willing releases to law enforcement. The answer? Apparently Google is pretty tight lipped about what they know about you, unless all the T’s are crossed and the I’s dotted.
Last year many were pleased when Nokia announced the 808 PureView 41MP handset, even though it ran on the outdated Symbian OS instead of the more powerful Microsoft Windows Phone OS.
Some of you may wonder what people do most on their Apple iPads. Well, wonder no more. InrediMail took it upon themselves to find out and polled 4400 iPad owners and asked them a series of questions. Among those questions, 90 % of iPad owners rated accessing their email as either extremely important or very important. The research was published yesterday and helps to answer some questions in this specified niche.
As we reported last week, Samsung is in the process of creating a new 7-inch tablet to be unveiled during MWC next month.
About one week ago, RIM launched its latest attempt to gather apps with the Last Chance Android Port-a-Thon event. The suspected last in a series of events promising developers $100 for every approved app submitted by developers, 20 max.
It seems that Blackberry has made changes to the name of its BlackBerry App World store, renaming it simply BlackBerry World.
When it comes to United States smartphone sales, Apple is clearly king controlling a record 53 % of US smartphone market. Looking at the bigger picture of all handset sales (feature and smartphone combined), Apple has solidly kept in second place ever since the release of the iPhone 4S-- until now. A new report suggests that LG has taken the 2nd place spot, knocking Apple to third overall.
Google has recently voiced its concerns, along with many others, of traditional password based-security and how it really isn't all that secure. In a research paper being published later this month, two of Google’s security experts stated, “we feel passwords and simple bearer tokens such as cookies are no longer sufficient to keep users safe.”