Google Glass may not yet be ready for prime time just yet, but Mountain View is rolling out updates to improve the nascent user experience for Glass Explorer participants.
The Internet's mega-church for self-worshipers is adding restaurant reservation service OpenTable and TV listings to its mobile services. No one knows what this means in the big scheme of things, but it feels ever so world controlling so, we have to tell you about it because, you are likely to miss it if you use Facebook yourself.
Cupertino is reportedly set to debut its next iPhone on September 10th at an Apple event coinciding with the second to last day of the IFA consumer electronics trade show.
ViewSonic is showcasing a new Android tablet dubbed the ViewPad 100Q, which boasts a 10-inch display and Rockchip RK3188 quad-core processor.
Well, the Europeans, especially the Germans, are not taking the whole NSA thing lightly. They are not happy. But, real hackers claim it is all a publicity stunt and no one is going to be really safe. We are all doomed to being snooped.
Two of the largest ISPs in Germany are going to encrypt emails in response to German consumer concerns about US intelligence snooping:
Nvidia Tegra processors power a wide range of mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets and the company's very own Shield handheld game console.
Lenovo's Miix 10 Windows 8 tablet has hit the summer streets at a $599 price point.
Ben Sigelman is a cool programmer and a great blogger. He thinks nobody should use Rails for anything, ever. Kick the hornets' nest baby, kick it!
A recent post on Google's Official Search Blog identifies a new feature that curates content for broad topic searches. It looks like it is anti-TGD and its staff of dedicated transients and former convicts. Shame on Google for neglecting the ramblings of schizophrenic Adderall users at a time when they need page impressions the most.
Google is apparently taking steps to make its flagship Chrome browser more touch friendly.
A Canadian company known as WeWi is reportedly designing an Ubuntu-based laptop packaged with a series of solar panels that can be unfolded to recharge the unit's battery or directly power the computer itself.
Going all Dick Tracey on the world is what Apple, Sony, Samsung - and everyone else with a wristband - is aiming to do. Will we die of boredom waiting for something that we had hoped never to wear again? Probably. Until someone comes up with a smartpocketwatch that dangles from a chain attached to your vest and can tell you exactly where the stagecoach from Tuscon is on Google Maps.
Hewlett Packard has debuted an Android-powered (Jelly Bean) 10.1″ laptop/tablet hybrid powered by Nvidia's Tegra 4 SoC clocked at 1.8GHz.
Nvidia's Shield is obviously not alone in the rapidly growing portable Android console market. Indeed, manufacturers like the China-based JXD have been selling Android-powered gaming tablets for a number of years, with the latest gaming device from the company slated to hit the streets over the next few months.
Hardkernel has launched the ODROID-XU Octa Core big LITTLE dev board at a $149 price point. The board is powered by Samsung's Octa Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A7 SoCs in a big.LITTLE configuration.
The Omate TrueSmart smartwatch - which runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean - is powered by a dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 SoC paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage.
Researchers from the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) have discovered two security weaknesses that permit installation of malware onto Apple mobile devices using seemingly innocuous applications and peripherals, uncovering significant security threats to the iOS platform.
Scientists recently launched unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from a research vessel in a significant experiment that could help boost the Navy’s radar and communications performance at sea.
Hah! Suck it Apple, you overhyped, self-aggrandizing multi-billion dollar hipster corporation. Samsung - an equally overhyped multi-billion dollar corporation that is not hipster-ish in any way - is kicking your butt. But not in Korea (wtf)!
Intel has officially begun shipping its first "open-source" PC, which can probably best be described as a bare-bones system targeting x86 devs and the growing DIY market.