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Moto 360 wristputer batt boob, elderly internals revealed in teardown

Motorola says the answer is in the small print after iFixit probe iFixit's teardown of Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch has raised eyebrows after revealing a seemingly smaller-than-advertised battery and some very aged components.…

IDF 2014: Intel Edison Development Platform Now Shipping

As part of today’s IDF 2014 keynote, Intel has announced that their Edison development platform is now shipping. First announced back at CES, Edison is a development platform for Intel’s burgeoning Internet of Things development initiative. Show More Summary

IDF 2014: Intel Demonstrates Skylake, Due H2’2015

Taking place this week alongside the consumer electronics clamor is the annual Intel Developer Forum (IDF) at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Though it has and continues to be first and foremost a developers conference, IDF also...Show More Summary

Understanding Dual Domain Pixels in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

In the launch announcement, Apple announced that their new display had dual domain pixels, which improved viewing angles. Unfortunately they dropped the subject at this, which make for a lot of room for confusion. Anyone that does aShow More Summary

WHAT THE BLOCK? Microsoft to gobble Minecraft 'for $2bn'

Apple cooks up a watch. Redmond buys a universe – it's claimed Minecraft maker Mojang is set to be a coup for Microsoft boss Satya Nadella as his first major acquisition, according to whispers.…

Hands on with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

When it comes to the iPhone 6, one of the most immediate impressions will definitely be the industrial and material design. Going back to the launch of the original iPhone 5 one of the immediate impressions that we had was that the iPhone 5 felt incredibly light and thin. Show More Summary

Apple's new iPhone 6, Watch: Finally, it can catch up with Android

Sizes, prices and more – but not for the wristputer Pics  Apple's big event has been and gone, and now we can speculate on just what the day's iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcements could mean for the future.…

Intel says Broadwell successor Skylake on track for 2015

CEO Krzanich talks up mobility, wearables, THINGS in San Francisco IDF 2014  While most of the industry's eyes were on Cupertino with its new iPhones and Apple Watch on Tuesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took to the stage at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco to explain how Chipzilla will be at the heart of mobility, wearables, and the Internet of Things (IoT).…

ET deals: Sharp LC-70LE650U 70-inch smart TV for $1378

4K may be here, and it is exciting, but let's be honest -- for most people, it's going to be a long time before a 70-inch 4K TV sniffs a price considered "affordable." More power to those who can afford it, but if you're looking forShow More Summary

Apple unveils Apple Pay, a digital wallet for your iPhone 6 and Apple Watch

Apple has announced its new mobile payments system: Apple Pay. As expected, it will allow you to use your iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, or Apple Watch as a digital wallet, paying at one of the 220,000 contactless payment locations across the US. Show More Summary

Apple iOS 8: Available September 17th

Alongside the launch of the launch of the iPhone 6 family, Apple is also prepping for the launch of iOS 8. The iPhone 6 family will of course ship with iOS 8 as their base OS, meanwhile Apple has announced that iOS 8 will be available...Show More Summary

Apple unveils the new Apple Watch

At the iPhone 6 event in California, Apple's 'one last thing' was the reveal of the new iWatch. As expected, the iWatch is a round-faced smartwatch that pairs with your new iPhone 6 (or any other modern iOS device with Bluetooth), while providing all of the usual health-tracking functionality of other smartwatches via a bevy of clever sensors. Show More Summary

Apple Announces the Apple Watch

Apple has thrown their hat into the wearable ring with the Apple watch, which tries to bring a better user experience to the watch without trying to adapt iOS to the watch with multi-touch gestures that we're familiar with on the iPhone. There's a single crystal sapphire display, a digital dial crown that acts as a home button and a scroll system. Show More Summary

Apple Announces A8 SoC

As expected from this year’s iPhone keynote, Apple has announced a new member of their internally developed family of ARM SoCs. The latest SoC, dubbed A8, is Apple’s first SoC built on the 20nm process, and among the first SoCs overall to be built on this process. Show More Summary

Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Today, Apple is launching the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. One of first changes is that the new iPhone 6 has a 4.7" display that has a 1334x750 display, and the iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5" 1920x1080 (1080p) display. The thickness of of the 4.7" model is 6.6mm and the 5.5" model is 7.1mm. Show More Summary

Apple unveils the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus

Apple has unveiled the iPhone 6 at a special event in California. As expected, the iPhone 6 is much larger than its predecessor (4.7 inches vs. 4 inches), and also a lot curvier, just like Apple's iPad Air.

LIVE NOW: Apple's Big Event to launch iPhone 6, iWatch (probably)

Let's... sigh... see what Cupertino... is up to... sigh Updating  And so it begins. Let's see what's real and what's not after months and months of hype. Will Apple reveal an iPhone 6 with a 5.5in sapphire-glass touchscreen? A wristputer iWatch? A HPC interconnect to noSQL-as-a-Service?…

Apple’s iPhone 6 event: Updated live blog and video stream

Later today, Apple will reveal its latest hardware for the world to see. The rumor mill is betting heavily that Cupertino will announce the long-awaited iWatch and larger iPhone models, but anything could happen. We'll definitely see new hardware at the event, but you'd be wise to take all of these rumors with a grain of salt. Show More Summary

The great Internet Slowdown: Join tomorrow’s protest against the FCC’s new net neutrality rules

Tomorrow, September 10, will mark the first great Internet Slowdown -- a protest by some of the web's largest companies over the FCC and US government's handling of net neutrality. All across the web, on sites such as Reddit, Netflix,...Show More Summary

Intel’s new 18-core Haswell Xeon chips will try to preempt the ARM server onslaught

Intel's new server platform is a huge leap forward for the company's enterprise and workstation market -- and possibly an early move to block ARM's access into the server market.

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