Take a look at how developer Blaine Bublitz is using his Google Glass to control a Parrot AR Drone.
Author: Leo Xavier
A number of big technology companies, including Facebook, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Samsung, have come together to create Internet.org which aims to make internet available to everyone around the world.
LG is reportedly working on releasing a tablet, phablet, smartwatch and a Firefox OS device in the future.
Wacom’s new high-end Cintiq Companion and Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablets are now available for pre-order.
Scientists appear to have come a step closer in developing an effective new treatment for Parkinson’s Disease.
Motorola’s Skip NFC-based tag will allow you to get to Moto X’s homescreen without the need for typing in the passcode.
Here’s a look at what all things Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S is expected to come equipped with – at least according to one analyst.
AT&T will reportedly get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which boasts a Snapdragon 800 CPU. And we are also hearing about an octa-core Exynos 5420 powered version of the device which is headed to many countries around the world.
Say hello to the Hyetis Crossbow, an impressive Swiss-made smartwatch which features a 41-megapixel camera, a touchscreen, and more.
The CheapCast application will bring Chromecast functionality to almost any Android device.
We have been hearing a lot about a new flip phone from Samsung, and now the Android clamshell from the company has become official. The Samsung SCH-W789 Hennessy is everything that all the rumors said it would be and the company has also revealed a bit more.
NVIDIA SHIELD reportedly has already been sold out. The company has released a software update for the gaming handheld which will fix the audio lag issue of the device.
Holho converts your smartphone or tablet into a 3D projector.
Unlike the international version of the LG G2, the Korean version of the device has a removable battery and comes with support for microSD cards.
We have seen the Lumias, the S4s, the new LG device, and the latest HTC handsets. But probably one of the most anticipated devices that has yet to be unveiled is the successor to the iPhone 5, maybe to be called the iPhone 5S, and the cheaper iPhone 5C.
Hisense Android tablets, the Sero 7 Lite and Sero 7 Pro, are getting a price cut. The tablets are now available for $79 and $129 respectively.
We know how popular the Ouya is and therefore it won’t be a surprise when we hear that more companies are interested in bringing out their own Android based gaming console. We earlier told you that Google could be working on one, and now it appears that Amazon might have something up it’s sleeves as well.
It seems that Canonical’s Ubuntu Edge project is struggling to achieve their funding goal at indiegogo.
The latest info suggests that the Moto X will be launched on all major US carriers on the 23rd of this month. That’s only two weeks away!
There are many therapies used for rehabilitating stroke patients such as constraint-induced movement therapy, mental practice and more. Now it looks like we are about to see another, quite different approach. Doctor Debbie Rand from Tel Aviv University has been looking into interactive video games as a new therapy for helping stroke victims with their recovery.
According to Microsoft, you will be required to get a $59.99 (for a year) Xbox Live Gold subscription to have access to many of the online features for the Xbox One – not that anyone should be too surprised.
As if we weren’t already impressed by all the wonderful things that we could do with the Oculus Rift headgear (check out here, here and here), now we have the “Hydra Cover Shooter” demo from Australian developer Teddy Lipowitz.
Since Google Glass’ popularity has been on the rise, it certainly won’t be a surprise when companies come out with products to go with the search giant’s wearable tech. One such accessory is Remotte, which will be a Bluetooth joystick for the Glass.
Square Enix’s trading card role-playing game Guardian Cross is now available on Android for free.
A hint from Samsung is suggesting that they are planning to reveal their Galaxy Note III phablet on the 4th of September in Berlin. We also have the latest info regarding the company’s rumored Samsung GEAR smartwatch.
A team of researchers exposed zebrafish to ethanol to find out how the fish reacted to a robot Indian leaf fish after getting drunk.
It looks like IFA will not only see the announcement of the Galaxy Note III, but a new rumor indicates they will also unveil their smart watch – the Gear.