Will Google Glass Launch as Motorola Glass in 2014?


After trying to distance itself from Motorola Mobility after acquiring it to signal fairness to Android’s other partners, Google may now be leaning more on Motorola to deliver its hardware goals, including potentially using Motorola to manufacture Google Glass. As Ryan Knutson and Spencer Ante reported for the Wall Street Journal, there were many growing pains for […]

Kindle Fire HD 2 Rumors Point to Serious Nexus 7 Competitor

How to Set up the Kindle Fire HD

Just a week after Google unveiled the new Nexus 7 with it its updated internals and modest price point, there are signs that Amazon is preparing an even more aggressive update to its Kindle Fire tablet line. According to BGR, Amazon plans to bolster its lineup with a new 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD device that willy […]

New Xbox One Details Expected at August Event


Gamers will get their next glimpse of the Xbox One on August 20th. According to Polygon, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer and Phil Harrison will co-host an event about the console at GamesCom 2013. As the event will take place the day before the GamesCom show floor opens, it’s likely that Microsoft will use the opportunity to […]

NVIDIA’s New Tablet Chip Is More Powerful Than the PS3


At Siggraph 2013 NVIDIA debuted its new Project Logan mobile graphics processors with Kepler technology that can make tablets more powerful than the PlayStation 3. According to The Verge the new Kepler Mobile chips use just two watts of power, but can push out graphics that exceed anything on current tablets and even the six-year-old […]

Garmin’s HUD Accessory Helps Drivers Keep Eyes On the Road With GPS Navigation


Garmin is introducing an after-market heads-up display, or HUD, accessory that could project your next turn-by-turn direction onto your windshield. The aim of the accessory is so that users who use GPS navigation systems, particularly those manufactured or with software from Garmin or its Navigon subsidiary, could be more focused on driving and less distracted […]

Apple’s Latest Notebook Patent Continues to Make PCs Look Obese


Despite moving into the thin, light, and powerful computing segment with Intel into the Ultrabook space, PC vendors are reportedly concerned about Apple’s latest patent filing. Apple, which has led the industry with its minimalist design and more recently with thinness thanks to the MacBook Air, has filed for a patent that would see the […]

HP to Launch New HP Smartphones

HP Veer 4G

HP is reentering the smartphone market, according to company executives. Yam Su Yin, HP’s Senior Director of Consumer PC and Media Tablets Asia Pacific, says the company is looking to reassert itself in most of today’s popular platforms, including things like all-in-one desktop PCs, notebooks and tablets. When asked if users could expect a new smartphones from […]

Barnes and Noble To Stop Making Nook Tablets


Barnes & Noble, makers of the Nook family of Android tablets, has announced that it will discontinue production of its own devices this year. The announcement, which came as part of the company’s quarterly earnings report seems to indicate that it’ll be exiting the tablet market sooner than planned because of the losses the division […]

Preorders Begin for the Galaxy Tab 3 Family of Tablets


Samsung will debut the new Galaxy Tab 3 devices in the United States in just two weeks. The devices, which will be available for pre-order tomorrow, include the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. In addition to getting the device itself, Samsung will also ship each […]

Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus & ATIV Book 9 Lite Arrive

ATIV Book 9 PLUS (6)

In addition to refreshing its Windows tablet offerings, Samsung has announced two new laptops. According to the company’s press release this afternoon, the new ATIV Book 9 Plus, and the ATIV Book 9 Lite will extend “the mobile experience across mobile phone and PC environments for a seamless work and life balance”. It’ll do this […]

Samsung Announces ATIV 3 and ATIV Q Convertible

The Samsung ATIV Tab 3

As the company confirmed with its invitation to the Premiere 2013 event in London, Samsung will bolster its ATIV line of Windows 8 tablets with two new devices, though one of them might not have been the Windows 8 showcase Microsoft would have preferred. The ATIV Q tablet will allow users to dual boot both […]

Google Makes Major Chromebook Push for Back to School Season

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In its ever escalating effort to unseat Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s Mac OS as the default operating systems for consumers, Google will bring its partner created stable of Chromebooks to more retailers soon. According to a post on the Google Chrome Blog, the company will bring the line of notebooks running its Chrome OS operating […]

Has Anki Solved The Autonomous Car Problem?

Anki Drive Autonomous Vehicles

Opening the 2013 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) for Apple developers was a keynote speech that featured a demo from Anki. Anki Drive is an iOS controlled racing game where autonomous cars drive around a track racing. These vehicles are approximately the size of Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, and feature very little intelligence on them. They […]

Microsoft Surface Tablet Updates Bring Fixes & Features

Microsoft Surface Pro Reviews

New updates coming to Microsoft’s family of Surface tablets should address many of the issues buyers reported when trying to use the home button on the Surface RT and the built-in LifeCam on the Surface Pro. As detailed on the Surface website, Microsoft will first address the Home button issues that have plagued users of […]

New Alienware Laptops Boast Premium Materials

Alienware's 2013 lien of portable gaming machines.

Dell’s newly updated line of portable gaming machines look to introduce a few more premium materials, and even more high-end processors, into its Alienware line of portable machines. Based on the hands-on accounts of Engadget, it appears that Dell finally gave the series of laptops the upgrades that many gamers are going to expect at […]

Apple’s MacBook Pro Line Not Refreshed at WWDC

No Haswell

It may come as no surprise to people who follow the Apple tech rumors that they announced at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) new MacBook Air models. They are based on the 4th Generation Intel Core architecture and are code named “Haswell.” What is interesting is that while many manufacturers are releasing Haswell-equipped computers, […]

Dell XPS 12 Ultrabook Convertible Upgrade Boasts Better Battery Life

The Dell XPS 12

Not content with just showing off some of its newer machines, Dell is also refreshing its high-end Windows 8 convertible, the XPS 12. This newly updated Dell XPS 12 will physical look identical to the XPS 12 we gave our Editor’s Choice award this past year, keeping the same aluminum lined hinge and flipping touchscreen […]

Dell XPS 11 is a New Beautiful Ultrabook Convertible

The Dell XPS 11

Dell’s newest convertible machine running Windows 8, the Dell XPS 11 could be just the machine users need to bridge the gap between the ultra-portability of Microsoft’s Surface RT with the screen resolution and raw performance of the Surface Pro. The new machine, which the company showed off this week at Computex, is all about better […]

August Smart Lock Wants to be the Nest of Door Locks

The August Smart Lock.

The new August Smart Lock could be just the thing to lead the charge for home automation by making it even easier for users to control the doorways of their houses from their mobile device. The locks, which don’t yet have a release date will eventually allow users to control their doors using the Bluetooth […]

Acer Updates It’s Macbook Air Competitor The Aspire S7

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Acer’s newly updated Aspire S7 ultrabook should allow it to better compete with today’s high-end notebooks like Apple’s Macbook Air and the Dell XPS 12. Announced alongside the also revamped Aspire S3, this year’s Aspire S7 looks to also focus even more on delivering a premium laptop experience for users, while fixing the things that […]