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Purism’s Librem 15, the First Pure Free-Software Laptop, Is on Its Way

A company called Purism recently launched a campaign to create the “first high-end laptop in the world that ships without mystery software in the kernel, operating system, or any software applications”. Using Crowd Supply, a curated crowd-funding and e-commerce company … Continue reading

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The Apogee Groove Amps Your Laptop’s Audio

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Details on Samsung Orbis, the Company’s First round Smartwatch

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Mouse-Box: Shoving an Entire PC into a Mouse?

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Kickstarter’s Displio Is a Cute Lil’ Display for Your Favorite Widgets

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Piper NV Now Equipped With Night Vision

Home security is more multifunctional than ever. Say goodbye to simply arming your home from intruders (unless you want to opt for the “boring” old systems). Home security has evolved into home automation, live video and cloud recordings, and night … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Ready to Take the AR Challenge, Reveals HoloLens

It’s about time we heard about Microsoft getting into the VR/AR game. I mean, let us not forget about Project Neo, Microsoft’s Enterprise VR Headset for Xbox announced back in March 2014. But, wait a minute, most of us did … Continue reading

 

CES - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
Samsung’s High-Class, High-Speed SSD T1

For us desktop/laptop lovers, storage devices usually amount to hard drives, but it looks like the future of storage just may be SSD (solid state drive). During CES a couple weeks back, Samsung unveiled their own external USB 3.0 SSD … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Go Hands-Free with Myo, to Be Sold on Amazon This Year

Early in 2014, we first heard about the armband, Myo, that could be used as a motion control device for video game consoles, computers, and TVs. A year later Myo’s creator, Thalmic Labs, put on a full demonstration of the … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Graphene Could Power Our Devices, Just by Deep Frying

Scientists are at it again. This time they are working on making batteries stronger and last longer using a strange new method. Graphene, a super strong “wonder material” made from pure carbon, could be deep fried to make it more … Continue reading

 

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What’s All This Talk about Xiaomi’s Apple Competitor, the Mi Note?

Chinese Tech company Xiaomi has been gaining rapid popularity since its first smartphone released in 2011. After tripling its smartphone sales in 2014, Xiaomi has become the world’s 3rd largest smartphone distributor, also expanding into other consumer electronics and mobile … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Equil Smartpen 2 Gives Handwritten Notes a Digital Twist

Today I sat down to write in a journal, with my actual hands. My hand was rather sore afterward, probably because I can’t remember the last time I have done this; maybe 6 months? Depending on what type of lifestyle, … Continue reading

 

LAPTOPS & ULTRATHIN ULTRABOOKS
Lenovo’s Y50 Gaming Laptop Is Not Too Good to Be True

Lenovo’s latest convertible gaming laptop, the Y50 Touch, does more than gear up for gaming. Its design is sleek yet edgy, its machine claims to be powerful, and it even has the perk of a built-in projector. Probably the most … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The Cicret Bracelet Turns Your Skin into the Touchscreen

A recent study from the GlobalWebIndex found that while nearly eighty percent of online adults own a smartphone, less than 20 percent own or use smart wearables. For a market that was once touted as the future of technology, the … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
KeySweeper Can Sniff Out Microsoft’s Wireless Keyboards

Security researcher and proclaimed MySpace “mischief-maker”, Samy Kamkar, is known as an off the beaten path hacker. In the past, he has created drones that could hack other drones, and an NSA tracker that could find Tor users. He has … Continue reading