Google’s brand new Chromebook Pixel wasn’t entirely unexpected, but last week they blasted onto the high end laptop scene with the all-new device. With all previous models being aimed primarily at the low end, this Google-made Chromebook looks to change everything. With a stunning 2560 x 1700 HD ‘Pixel’ display, a powerful Intel Core i5 processor, and a beautiful design is it worth $1,299? Read o
The Pentagon is working on opening up its digital networks to more smartphones and tablets made by Apple and Google as soon as next year. The U.S. Department of Defense issued a statement on Tuesday affirming it will be permitting more access to thousands more devices running iOS and Android.
Apple on Monday agreed to settle a lawsuit leveled by a group of parents who sued the company after their children spent large amounts of money on in-app purchases, with the company planning to dole out $5 iTunes gift cards, the same amount in cash, or a full refund if the initial charge was over $30.
BARCELONA - Nvidia's Tegra 4 will make for the fastest mobile phones yet, if we're to believe benchmarks Nvidia showed us today. The march of processor speeds always continues, of course, but these results were impressive, crushing the most popular smartphones in the market by a long shot.
One of the perks of living past 100 is being able to brag about your age. But one Michigan Facebook user was forever young, thanks to a site glitch that didn't allow her to reveal her real age.
Apple today filed for a US patent on a “bi-stable spring with flexible display,” which looks awfully like a watch. We already knew the company has a team of 100 people working on a so-called iWatch, so the patent application deserves a little more credence than we might ordinarily give it. And with Google this week more aggressively marketing its augmented-reality eyewear, Google Glass, wearable
Nvidia on Wednesday offered up more details about the new, state-of-the-art campus the company plans to build across the street from its current headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif.
The Sony Playstation used to be the new kid on the block. It was an inexperienced newcomer when it tried to break into the world of video-game consoles, a world long dominated by Nintendo and Sega.