We're all about the sentiment in Intel's education-focused tablet and PC reference designs, aimed at providing a template for other tablet and PC makers in the education space. That's all fine and good.
Fujilfilm's current range of X-mount cameras have hardly struggled to attract a following, but there's always room for a fresh addition, especially if it brings quicker manual controls. Judging from the
So, it turns out that people really like paper airplanes, and by that we don't mean the M.I.A. song, although that's pretty neat too. No, we're talking about PowerUp's Bluetooth propellor kit for paper
Alcatel doesn't just show up to trade shows with phones, it also likes to come with a handful of clever accessories (regardless of whether they're final products or just prototypes) as well. At this year's
“미국 국가안보국(NSA)이 시스코, 화웨이, 삼성전자, 델, 웨스턴디지털, 시게이트, 맥스터 등 컴퓨터, 하드디스크드라이브(HDD), 라우터 및 다른 기기에 자신들의 스파이웨어를 심어왔다. 또 전세계 해저광통신케이블까지 원격접속했다. 전세계 국가 수반들의 통신망과 컴퓨터도 예외가 아니었다.” 씨넷은 29일(현지시간) 독일 슈피겔지를 인용, NSA가 보안회사
There's one more interesting nugget in today's jam-packed Archos press release. Alongside the home tablet, scale, weather system, activity monitor, et al. is a very brief mention of a smartwatch -- a of"
Swiss researchers have created a metallic cube that can "walk" across a surface. Staff at the Federal Institute of Technology Zurich crammed a series of inertia sensors and constantly-spinning rotors reaction
Today marks the death of the New York Times' "experimental" HTML5 app designed for the iPad. But, from its ashes comes Today's Paper, another touch-friendly app built on the latest web technologies. Like
Amazon only just released a new Kindle Paperwhite e-reader two months ago, but we're already hearing rumors that a newer model is on the way. According to a new report from TechCrunch, the new version,