We told you all the juicy details about it months ago, down to the CPUs and accelerators used, and the expected total size when finished, but we didn’t tell you it’s World’s...
At this year's E3 expo we went hands-on with Battlefield 4's frenetic...
Here’s some exclusive scoop to feed your hunger. Intel will finally launch...
After an exhausting and relatively unproductive week at Computex Taipei, I wanted...
Facebook takes the big step in being the first company to reveal government data request numbers as well as include national security stats in their report.
Sources inside Facebook claim the social media giant is in serious negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department in an effort to allow the public to see how federal information requests work. This disclosure would also include all requests under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).
Carrying around chargers, earphones, pens, and whatever else you need can be a hassle when the whole point of a smaller device is to be as mobile as possible. That’s where this new product could potentially help you.
LG officially unveiled their budget oriented Optimus L4 II 3.8-inch Smartphone running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Up until now, we had only seen iOS 7 in action on the iPhone, but an image hidden at the bottom of Apple’s iOS 7 site reveals how the OS will look on tablets.
The long-awaited Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the Sony Xperia Z has been leaked. Also, we have the first screenshots of the leaked firmware showing off Sony’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean UI.
After an exhausting and relatively unproductive week at Computex Taipei, I wanted to unwind by putting the latest AMD APU under sub-zero cooling to see how much overclocking headroom I could extract out of the chip and at the same time, do a write-up on our motherboard review candidate...
If you’re pining for an Android device that isn’t as big as the behemoths that have been launching as of late, Acer might have you covered with their upcoming smartphone.
Even the most skeptical should have been convinced of HTC One mini’s existence following Engadget’s yesterday leak, but if you still needed additional proof we’ve just received it in the form of a User Agent Profile found on HTC’s own website.
CPU-Z, perhaps the most popular PC software to find out all the details regarding your computer’s CPU (and more), has officially launched its first beta for Android.
New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, has announced the formation of a coalition of law enforcement agencies which are looking for the implementation of a smartphone “kill switch.”
NASA has discovered 26 black holes in the Andromeda Galaxy, the nearest galaxy to our own Milky Way.
Despite all the negative attention the Xbox One is getting, the console will still be an reasonably powerful machine. NASA will be creating a tech demo to push, what Microsoft’s Jeff Henshaw calls, the Xbox One’s “pure horsepower.”
Team Ico’s The Last Guardian has been a long time coming. Originally announced back in 2009 via a concept trailer, this behemoth of a game has come and gone from Sony’s roster like Schrödinger’s cat. Jack Tretton, the CEO for Sony Computer Entertainment of America, confirmed the game has...
Do 3D printer tech kits seem old to you already? Well Japan has just recently taken the first steps to build their own. Robotma, a special online tech shop for hobby robots in Japan, has recently unveiled the CellP 3DPrinter (CP01001), and would now be available for online purchase.
Here’s another article ranting about another restriction that the Xbox One will impose on buyers, the console might not work in countries where Microsoft officially doesn’t support the device.
Microsoft has finally launched their Office Mobile suite for the Apple iPhone available on the iTunes Store.
You’d feel as if the Huawei Ascend P6 can simply not stay off the news as yet another new round of images tease a “beauty worth waiting for”.
It’s amazing just how fast a rumor can get from doubtful to nearly certain. Case in point, the Snapdragon 800-powered flavor of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that might as well be announced already since we all know it’s coming.
An anonymous Xbox One engineer reveals Microsoft’s true intentions behind the strict DRM on the Xbox One gaming console.