Nvidia Brings Full Desktop GTX Series Graphics to Laptops, Considering Never Going Back

I remember perfectly, just under a year ago, when tech giant Nvidia was considering planting their nearly perfect GTX 980 GPU into laptop form. Now, a year later, it seems that using some of its standard desktop hardware in mobile … Continue reading


Intel Took the Big VR, Rather, “Merged-Reality” Plunge With It’s Own Tetherless Headset!

Intel’s Developer Forum was in San Francisco this week, where the tech giant showed off some seriously next generation gadgetry that will go hand-in-hand for sure. Both items came a bit out of left field from Intel. But on the … Continue reading


Roccat Sova Created a Lapboard for Comfortable Gaming in Your Living Room

What in the heck is a “lapboard”? It’s kinda like the most comfortable, versatile way to be lazy and game, watch TV, or basically do anything you’d normally do on your computer. I first envisioned the notion of a lapboard … Continue reading


Smartphone Charging Just Hit a New High – OvRcharge Is a Levitating Charger on Kickstarter

Man, gravity can be a real drag sometimes, can’t it. Before you roll your eyes at that terrible joke (if you can call it that), what if I’m referring to a new type of smartphone battery charging unlike anything you’ve … Continue reading


Storage Will Soon Be at an Atomic Level, Holding 500 Terabits of Data in a Square Inch

Cooler things are happening in the world of data storage, cooler and more innovative than you could even think possible. Yes, they’ve been getting smaller, more compact, and generally more energy efficient (a.k.a., both the use of space and speed … Continue reading


The Simple Fun You’ve Always Wanted is a Pocket-Sized PocketCHIP Running PICO-8

The last time I considered something legit for computing and phoning, requiring two hands to hold and type, was the almighty Blackberry phone. Also known as the loser of the market, Blackberry isn’t readily used by the common public anymore, … Continue reading


Facebook Is One Step Closer to Laser-Based Internet

When it comes to bringing internet to the masses, we’ve seen it all lately. Google has already begun testing on Project Loon, their balloon-powered internet endeavor. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is immersed in secret planning to bring a constellation of internet-broadcasting … Continue reading


Diamonds Could Replace Silicon and Power Devices- Simpler, Faster, and Lighter than Ever

There is a rise in the worth of diamonds lately, and we’re not talking about the rings on our fingers. Diamonds could very well play a large role in becoming an electronic material- an alternative to silicon, which has been … Continue reading


Chinese Company Dongxu Excited to Incorporate Graphene Batteries for 15-Minute Device Charging

Well we meet again. It has been time and time again that I have reported on this or that new battery technology being incredibly advanced, to the point of charging a smartphone in this or that amount of time. This … Continue reading


Samsung’s New Speedy UFS Cards will Suggest the MicroSD to “Step Aside”

Samsung is deciding to roll out some incredibly speedy UFS cards in effort to replace SSDs. What does this all mean? Well, it apparently means Samsung is the first brand ever to bring UFS cards to market, a.k.a. Universal Flash … Continue reading


This ‘Schiit’, Called the Bifrost Multibit, May be the Best Music Converter Around

With all the laptops and smartphones taking up the news in the topic of electronics, it’s rare we hear about anything new in the realm of music and digital audio connectivity. As a device-user, a smartphone-needing, smart thermostat-wanting, and smart … Continue reading


Google Wants Project Bloks to Get Kids Into Coding for Fun and for Their Future

During my generation as a young child in school, I remember the moment we got those colorful iMac desktop computers. I remember playing games on them, learning and typing documents. Bringing computers into the classroom, or computer room for that … Continue reading


KiloCore is the World’s First 1,000 Core Processor With 621 Million Transistors

Today’s technology is all about the smallest, the fastest, the most energy dense and efficient hardware. Companies are literally racing to make impressions, aiming to beat their competition not just by a few points here and there, but by landslides. … Continue reading


The Landline Might be Dead, But Voice Bridge Might Be Resurrecting It For Your Convenience

A statement from The Verge author, Ashley Carman, completely cracked me up when I first read it. She says, “Before I start telling you about this new gadget, let’s have a moment of silence for the landline phone number”. I … Continue reading


Well-Received Asus Chromebook Flip Is the First to Gain Google Play Store Apps

Another great thing came out of Google I/O last month, the almighty announcement that Chromebooks were going to receive Android apps! With the news meaning happiness for many, not all Chromebook users will be able to experience the adaptation, as … Continue reading