Americans can now look forward to another start-up in the electric car business - and its first squeaky-clean product promises to be something of a road menace.
Sony has unveiled a new mainstream smartphone called the Xperia L, one that is essentially a bigger and better version of the very popular Xperia U (which still remains one of our all-time favourite smartphones ever – you can check its review of Xperia U here).
Sony has thrown out a pair of new Android smartphones, the Xperia SP and Xperia L, hitting the midrange with features like “Exmor RS for mobile” cameras as on the flagship Xperia Z. Of the two phones, each expected to arrive in Q2 2013, the Sony Xperia SP is the most interesting: a 4.6-inch 720p aluminum-frame handset with 4G LTE, 8-megapixel camera, and a transparent strip that lights up in diff
After much fanfare the Pebble smartwatch made the leap from fanciful concept to full-fledged product earlier this year, but now that units have started to ship and people have started to wear them, what’s Pebble’s next step?
Uber drivers are pissed off. But that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise… At least not to anyone who’s been paying attention. A group of UberBLACK drivers congregated outside of the company’s SOMA headquarters in San Francisco this evening, protesting the company’s business practices.
The company issued invitations this morning for a March 21 event in New York to celebrate the launch of the BlackBerry Z10. BlackBerry issued invitations this morning for a March 21 event in New York to launch its new Z10 smartphone and BlackBerry 10 OS.
By Google displaying some examples of what can be seen on Glass, the imagination can now run rampant with possibilities.
Audi AG, the world’s second-biggest luxury carmaker, is aiming for a “slight” increase in revenue this year and reaching an operating margin at the upper end of its long-term target corridor, helped by sales of compact SUVs and the new A3 sedan.