Mobile phones have evolved from just being a device for calling to a gaming device. From Snakes to Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies, gamers have spent countless hours taunting and crushing the souls of those who oppose them—sort of. Mobile games have also evolved from single player to multiplayer platforms. Why take away the...
Tokyo, Japan based company Sony announced that it has a new product in their lineup. Users who want to bring their devices anywhere without worries, the Sony Xperia ZR is your perfect match. Read on to find out why.
Google has always been working on R&D (research and development) projects to re-imagine our future. Thanks to Babak Parviz, “Project Glass” is now turning into reality with Google Glass—a pair of glasses designed for augmented reality.
How 3D printing technology is being adopted into the medical field – and beginning to save lives.
You can now use Google Voice with Twitter’s two-factor authentication service. Last May 22, Twitter pulled the curtain down to reveal the feature as the solution to the string of malicious hacking incidents on high-profile accounts.
Many homeowners have are often wondering about what’s happening at home whenever they are out. Tom Coates, a San Francisco based British designer was able to answer this by giving his house its own Twitter account. Home Tweet Home Coates’ house posts regularly on its Twitter account @houseofcoates. These tweets alert the owner of what’s...
Giving you quick access to your most important files and documents, Cloud computing services have shown great benefits for entrepreneurs and marketers on the go.
To keep up with the steep competition among smart phone developers in the market, Nokia globally released Asha 501 – an affordable, compact, and colorful mobile phone aimed at emerging markets. Will it help Nokia gain lost ground in the mobile phone war?
Breaking the thin line between a smartphone, a tablet, and a laptop, Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro is a powerful transformer gadget that includes a micro-SIM Card Slot. What is so smart about this gadget?
It’s an amazing time to be seriously into technology, now we’ve got four major platforms to interact with. (mobile, tablet, laptop, and PC) But do we really need to have them all?
Adobe’s recent announcement of its intent to effectively cease development and distribution of their Creative Suite line to push their new subscription service generated a lot of online backlash in less than a week.