K-Glass is a high-speed, head-mounted display with augmented reality chip

Walking around the streets searching for a place to eat will be no hassle when a head-mounted display (HMD) becomes affordable and ubiquitous.

How to identify malicious Android apps on Google Play

"How do I know that the new installed app behaves as described?" asks Andreas Zeller, professor of software engineering at Saarland University. So far experts have identified so-called malicious apps by checking their behavior against patterns of known attacks. "But what if the attack is brand-new?" asks Zeller.

Xtreamer's $111 SideWinder4 Android TV Box supports XBMC




Xtreamer's SideWinder4 Android (4.2, Jelly Bean) TV box ships with a number of pre-loaded media-centric apps, including XBMC and CheapCast.

A $3200 media player!? (Astell & Kern AK240)

Astell & Kern are reportedly planning to launch a high-end, pocket-sized media player with two separate digital audio converters, support for 192 KHz, 24-bit audio, 256GB of built-in storage and an “aircraft grade” aluminum case.


Google's Valentine's Day Doodle: heart warming revenue generation

The genius of Google's doodle dalliance is the way it creates so much free publicity, drives traffic, and pushes you to what is essentially a lead generation campaign for a Google ad partner. Does Google really need the free marketing for its home page?

Android TV boxes get a boost with Amlogic's 2 GHz S802

Over the past year or two, TG Daily has reported on a slew of Android-powered set-top-boxes and TV sticks hitting the marketplace.

Chrome OS runs Windows apps (remotely)



Google and VMware have teamed up to remotely run Windows apps on Chromebooks and Chrome desktops by allowing users to easily access the software on a remote machine. 



Keepod Unite crosses digital divide in Kenya with USB sticks

Keepod and NGO LiveInSlums have joined forces on Indiegogo to provide disadvantaged residents of Nairobi, Kenya with inexpensive USB sticks capable of booting refurbished laptops.

Lithium buys Klout: a tale of fish-balls and cat-cheese

You have a company that really doesn't have a business model, it has a cool name, and panders to the vanity of the kind of people who like to promote themselves incessantly. What would you do? Sell it for a $100 million in play money, that's what.

Report: Nvidia's Tegra 4 SoC powers new Asus GameBox

Recently spotted AnTuTu benchmark results indicate that Asus may be preparing to debut a Android GameBox powered by Nvidia's next-gen Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 processor.

Study: Virtual avatars may impact real-world behavior

How you represent yourself in the virtual world of video games may affect how you behave toward others in the real world, according to new research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.

Open source gaming with the DragonBox Pyra

The DragonBox Pyra, powered an ARM Cortex-A15 (dual-core TI OMAP 5) processor, is expected to be an open source 5-inch handheld game console. 



HP's Chromebox to hit streets this spring


Earlier this week, Asus unveiled its very first Chromebox specifically designed to run Google's web-centric operating system.

Fujitsu debuts Lifebook TH90/P convertible ultrabook



Fujitsu has debuted a hybrid ultra book designed to function as both a high-end notebook and tablet with support for support finger or digital pen input (1024 levels of pressure sensitivity).



Ballistic transport in graphene suggests new type of electronic device

Using electrons more like photons could provide the foundation for a new type of electronic device that would capitalize on the ability of graphene to carry electrons with almost no resistance even at room temperature – a property known as ballistic transport.

Satya Nadella only has to do one thing to succeed

If the new Microsoft CEO wants to truly make the $300 billion giant relevant again then he has to focus on one simple task and produce one product to cream Google, Facebook, Apple and anyone else who dares to doubt the Redmond giant.

Asus unveils $179 Chromebox



Asus has unveiled its very first Chromebox specifically designed to run Google's web-centric operating system. 



Finding the hidden zombie in your network

How do you detect a "botnet", a network of computers infected with malware -so-called zombies - that allow a third party to take control of those machines? The answer may lie in a statistical tool first published in 1966 and brought into the digital age researchers writing this month in the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics.

Ultimate geezer pastime gets high-tech makeover

So, you go on a cruise because you are old. You can't afford much in the way of a room so, you settle for a metal box with nary a porthole. But, don't fret because now you get a big screen on one wall and it will be called a virtual balcony. You are now ready to jump and kill yourself but, you can't because you'd just run into a big TV.

Satellite hotspot will leave no stone unturned to get you WiFi

If you were planning to lose yourself in the Sahara or shipwreck on a deserted island, and you were at a loss about how to keep your fake friends updated on your status on Facebook, Iridium GO! is going to give you all the Internet you need, anywhere, anytime.