GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Spark’s New Electron Cellular Board for the IoT

Remember Spark Labs from Kickstarter? The company raised a bunch of funding after launching Spark Core, its open source Wi-Fi dev kit board for the Internet of Things (IoT). Soon after, it was the Spark Core, Photon, then the Internet … Continue reading

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Beautiful (and Indulgent) Take on Retro Gaming, the R-Kaid-R

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Razer’s OSVR Opens up VR Hardware and Software

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
FCC Approves Strongest Net Neutrality Rules to Date

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Get Ready for Valve to Announce Its SteamVR Device

APPLE
The New Phorm Case Adds Real Buttons to Your iPad Mini

Nowadays most of us have at least one smartphone, tablet, phablet, or otherwise touchscreen-based device that we use on a daily basis. While these products make our lives more convenient and are super portable, making the adjustment to typing on … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Researchers in Oxford Achieve Internet Speeds of 224 Gbps Using Light Beams

Thanks to some very scientific types across the pond at Oxford University, a new technology has been developed that can deliver ultra-high-speed Wi-Fi via light beams. And we’re not just talking along the lines of say, Google Fiber fast. A … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Qualcomm Launches New Low-Range and Mid-Range Snapdragon SoCs

This week, Qualcomm announced a slew of new processors for high end smartphones, a couple weeks ahead of the prestigious Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Perhaps the company wants to be ahead of the curve, as it faces a growing … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Ethertronics Develops Active Antenna for Improved Wi-Fi

Pretty much everyone has internet, and sure, it’s gotten better. Wi-Fi spots are all over town, at your place of work, in your parking lot, and at your neighborhood coffee shop. It’s easier than ever to be consistently be connected. … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Mattel Brings Back View-Master for a Virtual Go-around

Remember Google Cardboard? The inexpensive virtual reality headset kit that is seriously made out of cardboard? Yeah, it’s seriously awesome, and now has some extra cool purpose. Put that with the very iconic View-Master from Mattel, you’ve got a VR … Continue reading

 

DELL
Eurocom’s MXM GPU Upgrade Kit for Existing Laptops

Eurocom Corp., a British video game developing company, designs high performance supercomputer-class mobile systems so that they’re easily upgradable. The company is known for designing arcade console ports, also big name games such as Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Batteries Could Get an Up Charge Using Lithium Power

Yet another company is jumping on the battery advancement train. MIT startup SolidEnergy has been using its 12 employees and $4.5 million in funding to work on a new lithium-ion battery technology to power our devices. While current lithium-ion batteries … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
ARM Launches Cortex-A72 for Double CPU Speed

ARM is working on new processor architecture that will be up to an incredible 350% faster than previous Cortex models. It’s the 64-bit Cortex-A72 processor core, which if all goes well, should be the perfect ingredient for the next generation … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Bye Bye Buffering And “Notspots”, Eero Encourages More Wi-Fi Coverage

Setting up wireless routers isn’t as easy as plugging in a few cords. Besides the headache of picking one out (there’s endless options), installing it takes some serious patience, and a relatively good password since people are apparently fantastic at … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
OneBoard Pro+, an Android Keyboard That’s Also a Computer

It seems the concept of hiding computers inside otherwise ordinary electronics is becoming popular. Just a few weeks back, we heard of a computer mouse that runs an entire operating system and functions like a real computer. We also can’t … Continue reading