The Rival 700 Mouse Brings Tactile Feedback to PC Gaming

PC gaming has made some giant strides forward in recent years. Improvements in display technology, graphics cards, storage capabilities, and overall PC performance have driven the recent resurgence in a market that just a few years ago seemed on the … Continue reading


Meet the New King of Graphics, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080

Nvidia launched its newest gaming GPU earlier this month and it is a PC gamer’s dream. Initial reviews of the latest and greatest in their long-respected line of graphics cards have been unanimously positive, and it even seems to be … Continue reading


The XOnet Gateway Protects Your Device from Potential Threats with Ad-Blocking Feature

Do you know about California-based XOware? In 2011, the startup began its adventure in creating easy-to-use hardware products that protect the privacy of personal digital communications and data (as described on the company’s mission statement). The entire team of engineers … Continue reading


The Amazingly Cheap Pi Zero Gains a Camera Connector and is Available Now!

What? The Raspberry Pi Foundation has done something else, cheaper than ever before? We’re of course used to the already affordable $20-$35 Pis, which have been slightly upgraded over the past few years. Yet, some of you may still not … Continue reading


The Fathom Compute Stick: Aimed to Bring More Visual Intelligence to Devices

You may be new to the name Movidius, but it’s a chip-making brand that continues to show up in more and more products. Crowned as an industry leader for vision technology and now based in San Mateo, California, Movidius is … Continue reading


Superbook, the next Laptop Shell Made to Transform Your Smartphone

When it comes to smartphones, it’s been ages since they were something you simply called or texted on. These days, we now officially live on our phones- surfing the web, playing on social media, and many students and professionals take … Continue reading


NexDock Makes Living a Life at Full Display and Functionality a Breeze

NexDock, a three-membered team who just hit the jackpot on Indiegogo, is all about its revolutionary laptop, said to “harness the productivity of smartphones, tablets, and mini PCs by adding a bluetooth keyboard, a capable battery, and a 14-inch screen”. … Continue reading


The New Kindle Oasis Is a Pricey E-Reader, Targeted to Execs & Night Readers

We recognize Amazon Kindles as these wonderful alternatives to reading on colored screens. The black and white e-readers are great for sitting at the pool, when the glaring sun would usually block any sort of legibility. Kindles have been offered … Continue reading


Huawei’s VR Headset Will Be Here Soon, Will Work With New Flagship Devices

VR headsets just keep on coming and coming, but it seems that lately, smartphone makers are quickly growing into the fad of all things virtual reality. We’ve seen Samsung make the Gear VR, Google make the Google Cardboard headset for … Continue reading


RippleBuds Make Ambient Sounds and External Noise a Non-Issue for Phone Calls and Music

We all know that Bluetooth is a thing, we know it still exists, and that it is particularly helpful for communicating hands-free with headphones and earbud sets. But when is the last time we have heard of any big advancements … Continue reading


New Proposed Bill Could Mean: No ID, No Burner Phone For You

Burner phones, or those prepaid phones you can buy at a supermarket and put minutes on at your convenience, may soon be a thing of the past. Despite the leisure of having the pay-as-you-go attitude, burners are often in the … Continue reading


Ring – a Wi-Fi, HD Video, and Motion Detection Enabled Doorbell for Your Home

Santa Monica startup Ring (previously named dubbed BOT Home Automation), maker of Wi-Fi-equipped smart doorbells, started with just a $199, 720p, 180-degree field of view camera for protecting the home. After having some issues with lag and consistently good video … Continue reading


Sulon Q VR Headset Powered by AMD, Completely Tetherless

The new Sulon Q headset will provide PC generated virtual reality experiences “tether-free”. Virtual Reality headsets are like mascara. Funny how I could’ve chosen a thousand different analogies there but wanted to reach my female audience for a change. See, … Continue reading


Using Intelligent Energy’s Fuel-Cell System, Get Ready for a 7-Day Powered Phone

I don’t know how many times I have expelled my frustrations about this topic via the internet, but here I go again. Why, despite the amazing technological innovations and advancements that we have been consistently seeing, are we still not … Continue reading


Best of the Fest 2016: 8 Things Your Shouldn’t Miss at SXSW Interactive

The SXSW Musical Festival is just a few days away and for those of you out there crazy enough to embark upon that five-day odyssey (guilty), it is rest and recharge time. Time to stock up on must-see new bands, … Continue reading