Google and Asus have debuted a new version of the wildly popular Nexus 7, which, as was rumored, arrives preloaded with a sweeter version of Android: 4.3.3 (Jelly Bean).
Ever wonder why pilots wheel around giant, square bags? No, neither did we, but apparently there is a lot of documentation in there, and not just whiskey. Surely there is a better way. Yes, there is says Australia's first CTO of its Defense Department.
It may just keep soft core porn because who else is going to watch Cinemax. We're off to the pub now to avoid all the accusations that we are porn obsessed even though we don't make the news; just report it.
Accelerometers, vision-based gesture recognition, gyroscopes and NFC are predicted to be the feature set big winners in smartphones in 2013.
Remember when you thought it was cool your car had a USB socket? Well, geezer, automotive infortainment is going to leave you behind and make someone else really rich. That's right, the blue screen of death will eventually mean, well, the blue screen of death.
Samsung has debuted a new octa-core chip. Dubbed the Exynos 5420, the processor is built around four ARM Cortex-A15 processor cores and four lower-power Cortex-A7 cores used for tasks that don't require huge amounts of CPU horsepower.
Rockchip has upgraded its multi-window system for Android, allowing users to more easily mutitask on tablets running the OS.
Our precious has 455 bhp at 5500 rpm. It is, undoubtedly, the most luxurious sedan that can be had by people who don't work here for peanuts. It is one automatic shaving system away from being the greatest car ever invented.
A new report indicates that LG is preparing to ship millions of Retina panels slated for Apple's upcoming iPad mini which is likely to see a fourth quarter launch.
If you can get a Tab 3 or a Nexus 10 for $399, why would you want an iPad. I don't get it, but anyhow, let's take a look at the latest review of these two Android babies and faceslap our way through an Apple Store.
HP's Split x2 can best be described as a notebook with a 13.3 inch screen, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB solid state disk (SSD).
Yeah, it is a Microsoft UX thing, but it could be cool, but it has some issues. Surely we all have a bone to pick when it comes to our cars' new fangled interfaces and usability. Some day we will all sue our cars. Hooray for lawyers.
It's true that current-gen smart watches have gotten off to a relatively slow start, although the status quo is likely to be shaken up in 2014.
We recently reported that Cube had introduced an accessory "kit" allowing users to transform their tablets into a TV box. Well, Cube is in the news again, only this time it is about an actual tablet, rather than a kit.
A recent report claims Apple is "aggressively" hiring engineers for its iWatch team to "iron out" a number of issues related to the device's design.
Just a few short years ago it would have been difficult to find anyone who took Google's Chromebook seriously. All that has changed, though, as the barebones laptop running Mountain View's web-centric OS gains share - while the rest of the market shrinks.
How does the Nokia Lumia 1020 compare with the best of the rest? It has a giant 41 Megapixel camera, but how deep do you want your selfies to go anyhow? Well, it is an impressive piece of hardware.
LG is touting what it claims to be the "world's slimmest" full HD LCD panel for smartphones.
360 million diapers are changed everyday. Some day, every single one will have a digital story to tell. And you will be downloading them to your phone.
A slew of reports indicate that 20nm ARM-powered chips could hit a speed of 3GHz by 2014, courtesy of both TSMC and GlobalFoundries.