The early rumors had the Note 3 (or Note III) pegged at having a 5.7-inch display, but an alternate version may also be offered with an even larger 5.99-inch display. What’s more, we’re hearing that some versions of the giant smartphone will use the Super AMOLED tech that we’ve come to love from Samsung, whereas other versions will get Super LCD.
Author: Michael Kwan
When it comes to the world of Android smartphones, one of the most popular choices these days has to be the Samsung Galaxy S4. If you’re looking for a deal on the Galaxy S4 with Verizon, it looks like Amazon is helping you save $100 when you sign a new two-year service agreement with Big Red.
Working to significantly reduce the potential costs of space travel is the Slingatron space launcher from HyperV Technologies Corporation from Chantilly, Virginia. Instead of using conventional rockets that simply propel you toward the stars, it is a “mechanical hypervelocity mass accelerator.”
If you’re worried about the robot apocalypse and how our metallic creations are going to take over all of our jobs, this is going to sound like some good news. If you enjoy living and would like to survive your next visit to the hospital, then this is going to sound pretty grim.
If you’re looking for a good deal on an ultrazoom, Newegg has a sale on the Panasonic LUMIX FZ200 for 25% off the regular price.
If you feel like your flagship smartphone with 2GB of RAM and a quad-core chip isn’t fast enough, wait until you get your hands on a smartphone with 3GB of RAM next year.
When I was shopping around for a new Ultrabook a few months back, this was one of the front-runners on my short list. Now that its price has been slashed by $200, this 11.6-inch touchscreen notebook from ASUS is looking like a better and better deal.
Most of us are familiar with the Boeing name, having flown on one of their planes to get to this place or that, but the Chicago-based corporations also has ambitions that take us beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. Near NASA’s Johnson Space Center is Boeing’s Houston Product Support Center and it was there that they revealed the full scale version of the CST-100 spacecraft.
Summer is here and that means you might be going on a camping trip, you might be heading to the beach, or you might simply be having some good times with some good friends. Whatever the case, you’ll probably want to take some pictures to capture those memories.
If you’re in the market for a new Android tablet and don’t have a ton of money to spend, the $137 Coby Kryos could be for you. It might not be the fastest tablet in the market, but it is certainly one of the most affordable.
In order to have the most amazing robot ever, you need all sorts of cool technology to culminate into that one electronic companion. You want it to have lifelike movement. You want it to have speech recognition. And you want it to have skin that lights up when touched. Wait… what?
Are you in the market for a real tablet that runs real Windows 8 and not that half-baked Windows RT? It looks like Lenovo has a good deal for you, because its IdeaPad K3 Lynx is on sale for $200 off.
We want faster Internet and we want it cheaper. If you’re in Canada, it looks like you might have to move to a rural town in Alberta to get it, but it means that you can bathe in 1Gbps fiber Internet for only $57 a month.
Likely inspired by their magenta-colored competitor, Verizon is apparently working on an early upgrade program of their own and its called VZ Edge.
While our friends in the Star Trek universe venture out to explore strange new worlds and to seek out new life, back here in the real world, we’re still trying to figure out what’s going to happen closer to home. And NASA has come a little bit closer to understanding and observing the death of our very own sun.
Remember when it was the norm to spend at least $500 to get a halfway decent tablet? Times have changed and prices have dropped. In fact, you can now get your hands on an Asus tablet for as little as $109.
Not to be outdone, it looks like Microsoft is working on a smartwatch of its own and it just so happens to come with some extra tricks up its sleeve.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could upgrade your phone twice a year without a hassle? The new Jump program from T-Mobile is designed for exactly that.
Conventional space rockets operate in multiple stages that separate during the liftoff sequence, meaning that they can only really be used once. The Grasshopper rocket being tested by SpaceX is entirely different, because they want it to be the future of reusable spacecraft.
Unsurprisingly, the United States government is not the only one putting on the Big Brother act, because the French government appears to be doing much the same.
Yes. That same guy that went around hacking the PS3 and jailbreaking the iPhone has taken his skills over to the realm of Android and it looks like he has taken the newly released Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and rooted it.
Before you say that having touch controls on the bezel has already been done before with devices like the Palm Pre and the BlackBerry PlayBook, the patent that Apple has just been granted is actually a little different.
The spectrum auction that eventually saw the launch of Wind Mobile and Mobilicity was supposed to do that, but the two new entrants have faced a lot of growing pains and they’re both reportedly on the market. And a big possible buyer for both Wind and Mobilicity is none other than Verizon Wireless.
Known internally within the hallowed halls of Google as “K release,” what we refer to as Key Lime Pie is going to be the next version of Android and it’s set for release later this year.
If you own any of more than 40 different Android smartphones from LG, you might want to a pay attention. A vulnerability has been discovered that could effectively allow a hacker to compromise your device remotely.
Over in San Jose, Apple is in the middle of suing Samsung (again) over patent infringements with a series of Galaxy device and they wanted to add the Galaxy S4 to that list. However, Judge Paul S. Grewal has denied that addition
Hum’s developers promise that the app will keep users “in time, in tune and in sync,” working as a musically-inclined combination of the Notes tool and the iPhone’s Voice Memo tool.
There are some external battery packs out there that might range from 2,000mAh to maybe 5,000mAh, but what if you need even more power? And what if you want to score an awesome deal on said battery? Well, you’re in luck.
Researchers at the Media Lab at MIT have apparently developed some technology that allows for color 3D holographic video displays and it can do this on the cheap.
That’s according to a new report published by Forrester Resarch, which found that 21.6 million US online consumers are willing to wear the augmented reality glasses on a daily basis.
With Samsung and Apple clearly taking the first two spots in smartphone market share, Huawei CEO Richard Yu says his company can take bronze in just a couple more years. This is coming from a cell phone company that nobody even knew up until not that long ago.
We’ve got some awesome news for all the frequent flyers in the audience. Soon, when you’re sitting on the tarmac and waiting for your plane to leave the ground, you’ll still be able to keep playing Angry Birds on your iPad.
While online gambling has effectively been legalized at the state level in places like New Jersey and Nevada, it hasn’t been explicitly legalized at the federal level. But that could be changing.
Project Loon has been launched (no pun intended) by Google to provide high-speed Internet to more remote areas on the planet. And they’re doing it with balloons.