Has Google got a white Nexus 4 planned for a June launch?
At first glance, some of us more tech savvy folk might be quick to dismiss the common ultrabook. It’s a slim piece of aluminum with a low voltage processor and SSD cache, what’s the big deal? The big deal is that an ultrabook offers a good all-around computing experience, and with today’s deal it can…
Biomimetic big cat needs no power cord, just a walker Video Fast, agile robots for reconnaissance and rescue have been under development for half a decade or more, but they all have needed to be tethered to a power cable. Now MIT thinks it has cut the leash with a battery powered "cheetah" capable of outrunning a human.…
Mozilla has been courting controversy with its move toward blocking some third-party cookies by default in Firefox. While preventing unvisited websites from setting cookies is undoubtedly good for consumers, advertisers are none too happy about it. Sadly, Mozilla is now delaying this feature thanks to the complaints it has received from "concerned site owners."
The next version will arrive in "the coming months" and sport support for Bluetooth Smart Ready tech.
Just two days ago, Google announced a variant of the Galaxy S 4 packing the "Nexus user experience." Although not an I/O giveaway, Google chose I/O to announce the new variant. I've spent a lot of time at I/O tracking down what information...Show More Summary
Only a relatively few get to experience Google I/O in person. For those who didn't get to, or those who did and want to relive the highlights, here are some of our favorite images from the conference.
Here's an interesting question for you: Where are all the 3D digital cameras and photos? There are 3D TVs, 3D movies, 3D games, 3D printers, Kinect -- but, when it comes to 3D still cameras, the market is almost completely barren. Sure,...Show More Summary
Start your weekend off with a little pre-order action.
Sharp will be expanding its range of high-pixel density IZGO LCD panels with 11.6-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch variants.
Rather than using the millions of pixels normally found in 3D imaging cameras, a team of scientists from Glasgow University have cut that down to a single, light-sensing pixel, not only making the camera smaller, but much cheaper as well. Show More Summary
Security researchers from Trend Micro have uncovered an active cyberespionage operation that so far has compromised computers belonging to government ministries, technology companies, media outlets, academic research institutions and nongovernmental organizations from over 100 countries. Show More Summary
Let´s take a look at this value socket AM3+ motherboard based on the AMD 970 chipset from ASUS.
Razer has just announced the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox 360, the final product following an extensive beta testing program. Tested by some of the world’s best pro-gamers and Fighting...
Let the feeding frenzy commence Nvidia is now taking orders for its Shield handheld gaming console, three days early, though the Android-running Tegra-powered gadget won’t make its way into punters’ hands before the end of next month at the earliest.…
If your company hasn’t yet embraced BYOD (bring your own device), there’s a good chance it will soon. Gartner has predicted that 90 percent of all companies will support BYOD by 2014, and recently projected that half of all companies...Show More Summary
Netbook with removable screen, anyone? HP is to follow its Windows 8-based tablet keyboard combo, the Envy x2, with an Android Jelly Bean version - the computer giant’s take on Asus’ popular Transformer series.…
Digital coinage like Bitcoin can't do everything a physical coin can do, but that's not stopping people from giving up real money for them. Or are they trading one fake currency for another?
The Deputy Director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has put $2000 of his own money on a bet that we won't have exascale computing by 2020, but still believes the endeavor is vital to long-term US interests and scientific discovery.
The Rain Livebook V High-Performance Notebook features a 17.3" FHD display, discrete graphics and an "Ivy Bridge" Core i7 processor.