Google has released a sneak peak of the experience of Google Glass from the perspective of a wide range of activities and industries, showing the potential for what some consider “the next big thing.”
Evergreen introduces the DN-84426 3D Movie Viewer, a peculiar looking accessory for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5 that lets you view 3D images and video in their full three dimensional glory.
Sanyo Transport releases a portable battery pack that can conveniently charge your device while in use, as it is strapped around the user's wrist.
The AutoMee S is a cute and tiny cleaning robot developed by TakaraTomy that is designed to autonomously clean tablets and smartphones.
LG just revealed the new design of their 5.5” smartphone called the Optimus G Pro. This new model will come with a quad-core processor and a full HD curved display that will offer a “2.5D-ish" view of objects on the screen.
According to people with inside knowledge of Apple's plans, the iWatch is a very real thing and has a development team of 100 people working on it as we speak.
More mobile devices are being used today for surfing the web or interacting on social media sites than ever before. A new report from the global information company, NPD Group, shows that consumers are venturing away from the PC for basic Internet browsing, and entertainment.
While word processors have spellcheck features, the old-fashioned pen and paper has no way to tell you when you've gone wrong. Until now. A pen has been invented that will vibrate when a user makes a spelling mistake.
A Russian film crew recently used drones and a 360 degree camera mounted on a helicopter to capture images and video of one of four simultanious erupting volcanoes.
British troops in Afghanistan are deploying the smallest military grade spy drone to date, the Norwegian built Black Hornet nano copter.
It will soon be illegal for anyone in the U.S. to unlock his or her smartphone to use it for another provider. The U.S. Library of Congress determined back in October 2012 that it was legal for consumer to unlock their smartphones, but only until January 26th, 2013.
APC just unveiled their first ever Mini PC constructed with an actual paperboard cover. The system comes combined with a Rock APC board and will be available for order in March of this year.
Anyone who has watched the "new" Hawaii 5-0, the concept of a usable touchscreen table is nothing really new, and 3M should know as last year they showed off a 48-inch touchscreen table that could handle 20 fingers at a time. Well, they've just upped its game with a new reveal at this year's CES.
Panasonic Corporation just introduced a new set of headphones that literally conduct sound through your skull. The headphones will be available to the public in the fall of 2013 and are aimed at people with highly active lifestyles.
The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, just recorded record breaking profits for the quarter at 8.3 billion in U.S. dollars. Samsung has estimated they sold roughly 500 handsets a minute.
Samsung recently unveiled their first ever portable Bluetooth enabled sound system called the DA. The device was unveiled just ahead of the CES 2013 being held in Las Vegas from Jan 8-11.
The Chinese electronics maker, Huawei, shipped out 85 percent of their goods under their own brand name in 2012 as compared to 20 percent in 2011. Huawei will also unveil their new ‘Ascend Mate’ model smartphone at the upcoming CES 2013 – it is rumored to be the most powerful smartphone ever.
Evergreen's DN-84303 accessory can fit snugly into any pen, ball pen or pencil, effectively turning any cylindrical object of such size into an instant touch pen that can be used for capacitive screen mobile devices.
China has officially opened up their domestic satellite navigation network, called 'Beidou', for public use in the Asian-Pacific region. Russia, the E.U. and the U.K. are also working on even larger GPS projects of their own.
Toshiba has announced the development of their special TransferJet module adapter for the Android OS. The adapter will turn any Android tablet or smartphone into a TransferJet compatible unit, capable of high speed wireless data transfer rates.