The New reMarkable Tablet Aims to Replace Pen & Paper

I love a good throwback. Football jerseys, flannel shirts from my 90’s grunge phase, a Sunday spent playing Tecmo Bowl… sometimes it’s just refreshing to escape a constantly changing world and revisit a time when things were simpler. I am … Continue reading


LG’s 38-Inch Monitor Boasts a 3,840 X 1,600 Resolution, Countless Connectivity Options

LG is ready to impress, especially if you’re into photo editing, video editing, and gaming. The new LG 38UC99 is a step forward in the world of computer monitor technology. This is the biggest, baddest, and ultra-widest, boasting 38 inches … Continue reading


Neuromorphic Computing is in the Works to Make Our Devices Think Like a Human

There is a new lead in super fast computing. Neural networks are soon to arrive, and will take the world of machine learning by storm. We have some of this technology already implanted in many of our devices whether we … Continue reading


Eclipse Could Be the Simplest Solution to Your Charging Demands

This isn’t the first time I have spoken about this topic, the topic of having too many charging cables and the anxiety that is associated with this burden. It causes an unsafe electrical environment, annoyance, Plus, another thing’s for certain- … Continue reading


Take Virtual Reality on the Go With MSI’s New VR One Backpack PC

Virtual reality is one of the most exciting and possibility-filled aspects of science and technology right now. I know, a broad statement- but for anyone who has dabbled with the HTC Vive, the Oculus Rift, or even Google’s insane Tilt … Continue reading


Portal is a Router That Lets You Stream, Play and Surf Without Too many Devices Slowing you Down

The home wireless network has a very large job- multiple smartphones, tablets, and laptops are receiving its signal, and let us not forget the streaming Netflix videos, or Xbox gaming sessions relying on a nice, reliable signal. Well, a new … Continue reading


Google Announces Chromecast Ultra, It’s Upcoming 4K Version of the Streaming Dongle

The recent Google Pixel event gave anyone who is a Chromecast user and lover, like myself, something else to look forward to. Yep, besides the ease of maintenance (you plug it in, that’s it), your smartphone immediately becoming your remote … Continue reading


Sonder Could Be Lucky Enough to Have Apple on Board With Its New Customizable E-Ink Keyboard

Magic keyboards? What could be magical about a keyboard, besides the fact that it’s the portal that has, and continues to, create countless codes, letters, columns, books, and anything else creative you could think of? Apple could reportedly be “in … Continue reading


Panasonic Talks About Its Flexible and Twistable Battery Technology

More bendable news has arrived! Right around the same time of Samsung’s rumored reveal of two bendable tablet devices at the 2017 Mobile World Congress, Panasonic is now talking about its very own bending and twisting battery technology. Some may … Continue reading


Samsung’s Near Future Could Be a Bendable One With Foldable Tablets

What? A bendable, foldable tablet from Samsung? Could these just be rumors similar to the ones regarding Samsung’s foldable smartphones in the the past? By the way, we stopped hearing so much about those foldable smartphones from Samsung because the … Continue reading


The AT-AT Multi Stand From Premium Bandai Is a Star Wars Fan’s Organizational Dream

September may be just a tad bit early to start thinking about Christmas presents, but it is also when some of the best upcoming products and gadgets start getting announced for gift season. This year, it seems, is shaping up … Continue reading


Dells UltraSharp U3417W is a 34-Inch Monster, Would Work Great for Various Professionals

Well, well, Dell. What have you done this time? This isn’t news of a new XPS model, or an ultrabook claiming to be “the thinnest in its class”, but a new top-notch 34-inch curved monitor; the deepest curve Dell has … Continue reading


ORWL, Could the Mini PC Be How We Finally Start Truly Locking Our Data?

These days, something that fits in your palm could be a smartphone, a phablet, an MP3 player, a media streaming device, etc. What about an actual desktop mini PC? Well that sure sounds impressive, and it is. A miniature, flying … Continue reading


Estimote Uses Beacon Technology to Send Tailored Content to Any Screen

Bluetooth beacons (also known as iBeacons) are devices that broadcast signals that can be recognized by nearby devices. Whether they are paired with an app or Physical Web browsers, they can then react accordingly, and let the users know their … Continue reading


Dart by FinSIX, the Smallest Little Laptop Charging Companion With 65W of Juice

Dart is dubbed as the world’s smallest laptop charger, and after getting plenty of funding from its Kickstarter campaign, where 4,279 backers pledged $456,114 towards the device, is it still the world’s smallest laptop charger? As far as we know, … Continue reading