Rubik’s Futuro Cube review
The future is right in front of us. Ways to play are absolutely unlimited. There are computer and console...
InCharge USB cable review: Because size matters
The inCharge cable is really a very simple concept. It’s a compact charging cable that can always be carried along...
Bellboy Bluetooth Earphones Review
Almost everyone among us owns a pair of earphones. Earphones make it easy to listen to music or even...
Chrome 55 will drastically reduce RAM usage thanks to updated JavaScript engine
Chrome has received several updates ever the past year to cut down on memory usage, but the ubiquitous browser is still notorious for being somewhat of a resource hog. Read more
Samsung begins mass production of first 14nm wearable processor
Samsung has announced that the company has begun mass production of the industry’s first 14-nanometer FinFET application processor designed specifically for the wearables market. Read more
Hangouts out, Duo in for Google apps pre-load package
Is Hangouts dying a slow death as Google Voice is? The expectation and the hope is that Google probably would let bygones be bygones, but the messaging and texting app may not have a foot in the door in just a couple of months. In fact, on December 1, Google... Read more
Samsung will Reportedly Manufacture the Snapdragon 830 for Qualcomm
Qualcomm has generally hired companies like TSMC to manufacture the custom Snapdragon SoCs that so many mobile devices use these days. This worked out well for them for years Read more
Kano Returns to Kickstarter With Lego-Like Coding Kits
First it helped you build a computer and learn to code. Now Kano is back with Lego-like kits to assemble your own camera, pixel board, and speaker. Read more
Google announces Daydream View, coming in November for $79
The first Daydream-ready smartphone on the market is Google’s new Pixel and the first headset for the platform is Daydream View, coming soon for $79. Read more
This is Google’s biggest play on hardware & software yet
Yesterday’s Google event was all about hardware and software playing together but with AI and machine learning (a.k.a. Google Assistant) becoming the key differentiator. Read more
Google announced Pixel, its first post-Nexus era smartphone
Google on Tuesday unveiled Pixel, its first branded smartphone in the post-Nexus era. With it, Google is squarely taking aim at Apple and its new iPhone 7. Here’s everything you need to know. Read more
Google Andromeda: everything you need to know
On October 4, Google is expected to reveal its plans for something that has been rumored about and reported on for over a year: a merging of its Android and Chrome OS in a way we’ve never before seen. Read more