Google’s Project Tango Is the Tablet You Want, But Can’t Get

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Google Glass, self-driving cars, augmented reality headsets, and wearable computing devices are just a few of the many exciting bits of technology that will likely shape the future, and today Google’s announced one more to add to the growing list. Google originally debuted Project Tango back in February, announcing a new 5-inch Android smartphone that […]

Is Google Glass Worth Buying?

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Yesterday Google announced its wearable computing device, Google Glass, can now be purchased by anyone inside the United States as part of a beta program. Essentially letting anyone be a Google Glass Explorer ahead of an official product launch. Google Glass is one of those pieces of technology that is hard to explain, but surely […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know Your Android Smartphone Could Do

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While smartphones still can’t make my morning coffee or do any of those crazy things we see in futuristic movies, technology just keeps getting better, and we have more and more features than ever before. When you think about a smartphone the general features or tricks come to mind. Playing games, browsing the web, taking […]

Google’s Vision for the Future of Mobile is Project Tango

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Today Google is giving us a small glance of the many different aspects of future smartphones. It’s called Project Tango, and was just revealed by their Advanced Technology & Projects group. Always looking to the future with products like self-driving cars or even Google Glass, the company surely has its sights on the present, and […]

iPhone 5s Would Cost At Least $2.84 million in 1991

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Back in 1991, the consumer electronics industry was a lot different than it is today, and one thing that’s always fascinating is learning about how much certain electronics cost back in the day. A cassette tape walkman would easily set you back a couple hundred dollars, but what if the iPhone 5s existed back in […]

Google Glass Gets Stylish with Shades & Prescription Lenses

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Nearly one year after Google initially started sending out its new wearable technology smart glasses to developers and early adopters, Google Glass if finally getting a bump in the right direction when it comes to style and daily use. It’s no secret that having Google Glass and a camera strapped to your face isn’t trendy, […]

Next Stop for Google Glass: Super Bowl XLVIII

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Google’s new wearable smartglasses known as Google Glass are appearing everywhere. This week the Sacramento Kings are wearing them during warmups for an NBA game, and the next stop for Google Glass is the Super Bowl. On the biggest stage around, being one of the most watched events on TV, a CBS affiliate has partnered […]

Google To Put Fitness Trackers in Your Pocket with Android

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In case you haven’t noticed the big trend of late is all about wearable devices. From Google Glass, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, to a wide array of fitness bands or smart bands to count calories and more that sync to your smartphone. While fitness tracking is nothing new to mobile, some newly found codes and API […]

Meet Mip: The App Controlled $99 Robot

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MiP is a brand new gesture and app controlled robot announced and being shown off at CES, and the best part is, you’ll be able to get one exclusively at Best Buy starting in May. The robotics company WowWee was here at CES 2014 showing off this latest fun little toy innovation at ShowStoppers, and […]

7 Android Smartphone Wishes for 2014

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With another year of fascinating mobile devices and technology behind us, it’s officially 2014 and there is plenty of upcoming smartphones and devices to look forward to. From the Samsung Galaxy S5 to Google Glass, and much more. While we’ve already talked about exciting Android smartphones to expect in 2014, many which will be announced […]

LG Lifeband Touch Leaks Ahead of CES

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Wearables are the next big thing, at least according to the multiple companies all jumping in the arena, and today we’re getting our first look at what we can expect early next year from LG. From Google Glass to smartwatches and fitness trackers, everyone wants to offer a wearable computing device. Paired to our smartphones […]

Google Glass Availability Expands to Google Music Users

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Wearable gadgets and technology are going to be a big part of 2014, and as the year ends Google is finally opening up the floodgates for Google Glass, the company’s wearable smart glasses running Android. Google Glass is still a novelty item, and far from a retail product, but Google’s still looking to allow more […]

Google Glass Update Brings MyGlass iPhone App, YouTube, More

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As promised Google is delivering the monthly update to Google Glass today, XE12, a few days later than expected, but the update adds tons of features and enhancements to the wearable computing glasses we’ve all been waiting for. Google promised updated once a month, and usually they arrive within the first week or so, but […]

Best Tech of 2013

Here's a look at the best tech of 2013.

With a few exceptions, 2013 wasn’t about all-new groundbreaking products and services. Instead we saw a lot of improvements and refinements. Our favorite tech products from 2013 range from affordable phone accessories all the way up to a $1,500 pair of high-tech glasses. We have more Apple products in our list than from any other […]

MobileDemand: Why the iPad May Not Be the Right Tablet for Your Work

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With the iPad taking over businesses large and small–American Airlines is equipping its pilots with Apple’s tablets and Nordstrom department stores have replaced bulky cash registers in favor of iPads for point-of-sales terminals–it’s hard to imagine a world without consumer-grade tablets. However, if you’re running a business, especially a mobile business where employees are frequently […]

Google Glass Prescription Option Outed

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One of the biggest questions surrounding Google Glass since first being announced is whether or not the product would work with actual glasses. Would users with prescription eye wear be able to use and enjoy Google’s new wearable technology, and the answer is yes. After Google confirmed a prescription edition or model was coming in […]

Another Use for Your Smartphone: 3D Scanning

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Smartphones have become the ultimate convergence device in recent years, replacing GPS units, radios, traditional cellular phones, pagers, cameras, PDAs, and even wallets to a small extent. Now, smartphones will begin to merge with another hotly emerging technology: 3D scanning. A prototype app developed by the Computer Vision and Geometry Lab of the Swiss Federal […]

Google Glass Release Inches Closer as Google Takes Names

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This week we’ve received a lot of news regarding Google’s wearable computing device, Google Glass. After issuing the promised monthly update late last week with a few fixes and new features, today Google announced Play Music support and an official headphone earbud is coming, but that wasn’t all. Without much mention of it, the Google […]

Google Barges Confirmed as Portable Interactive Learning Centers

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Last week multiple reports and rumors surfaced over some top-secret floating construction sites owned by Google. The so-called Google Barge was rumored to be a portable showroom for top execs, secret invites, and to showcase the brand new Google Glass when it launches sometime in 2014. However, today we’re getting official reports right from Google […]

Google Glass User Gets a Ticket For Wearing Glass While Driving

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Since first being announced by Google back in 2012 the wearable computing glasses known as Google Glass has seen its share of struggles. With bars banning the use of Glass, to even seeing West Virginia ban using Glass while driving, or in the process at least. While the device is still not a commercial product […]