We know next to nothing about the mysterious new PlayStation game code-named “Panopticon” other than it has cyber-dragons and looks really cool. What platform it’s coming on, whether it will see a North
It’s been a little over a year since Google started teasing something it called “Project Glass.” The futuristic, wearable computer that would change the way that you interact with the world was nothing
Samsung appears to be making good on its promise to port Galaxy S4 features to the Galaxy S III. A test Android 4.2.2 update, discovered by SamMobile, includes the lockscreen effects and widgets, enhanced
It has become almost obligatory for mainstream journalists writing about Bitcoin to describe the currency’s current value as a bubble. It’s widely assumed that the recent increase in the value of a bitcoin,
Bitcoin Price-Drop Caused By Rush Of Interest, Not DDOS, Says Mt.Gox Exchange; Newcomers Now Opening ~20k Accounts Per Day
The Bitcoin correction we wrote about yesterday was not caused by a DDOS attack on one of the largest Bitcoin exchanges, Mt.Gox, but rather by a massive spike in interest in the crypto currency, according
By Hayley Tsukayama Hayley Tsukayama Reporter covering consumer technology Email Bio Follow Apple is picking up more steam in the U.S. market, grabbing 38.9 percent rival Samsung’s 21.3 percent, according
The perpetual rumor that either Sony’s Playstation 4 or Microsoft’s next Xbox could potentially block used games got a little attention from Gamestop in a recent earnings call, as reported by gamesindustry.biz.
The Pitch: The ChargeCard is a super-slim USB phone charger that can fit in a wallet as easy as a credit card. The product was funded on Kickstarter, and was recently sold on the shopping site Grand St.
The latest Google Chrome update on the stable release channel reached version 26, with the most important change it brings being the improved spell-checker. Namely, the “Ask Google for suggestions” feature
It seems everyone wants a piece of the HTC One. The “unprecedented demand” for the phone – as well as the Ultrapixel shortages – has caused release delays in several markets, including HTC’s home turf
With both the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and Mobile World Congress behind us, in the coming weeks and months some of the announced devices will start to hit the shelves. Reception thus far for Research
Google Glass headsets will be manufactured in the US, according to a report from The Financial Times. Specifically, Google wil be manufacturing the headsets at a Foxconn plant in Santa Clara, California,
In addition to benchmarking the Exynos 5 Octa-based Galaxy S4 version (model number GT-I9500,) Sam Mobile also took the handset for a hands-on spin looking at several elements of its user interface including
Digitimes is reporting that Apple is set to cut shipments of iPad mini in the second quarter of 2013, according to its industry sources. The cut is said to be a 20% reduction for the month of April, with