Acer Aspire One Cloudbook is a Windows 10 Chromebook competitor for $169

I try not to think too much about the notebook era as it is mostly filled with bad memories of bad devices. Many companies and users do not agree with me at all, however, as witnessed by the many Windows and ChromeOS low-end devices that have become increasingly popular...

Oculus Social Alpha gives us a glimpse on multi-user virtual cinemas

The addition of a multi-user mode in the Oculus Cinema app has been under development since before its August 2015 announcement and it is finally here. Facebook and Oculus VR are cracking down on the social experience of the Oculus Rift and related headsets such as Samsung’s Gear VR. In...

EE launches wearable 4G camera

EE, one of the UK’s newest and fastest mobile networks, is always dabbling into a variety of tech hardware such as smartphones, tablets and even an action camera that competes directly with the GoPro. Now, the company has released the Capture Cam or “the world’s first 4G wearable streaming...

Rephone is a Kickstarter project that lets you make tiny phones and IoT devices

So far, the consumers of the smartphone market have shown that they prefer to get ready-made devices and software suites instead of customizing their own. The slow but steady rise of smaller phone manufacturers and the explosion of IoT devices looks to reverse this trend by providing everyone with...

Samsung’s colossal tablet has been leaked, pre-orders start at $600

Tech announcements sometimes have a certain aura of mystery around them where one just has to wonder whether the discussed products will fail spectacularly or surprise everyone and be welcomed with open arms. Samsung’s gargantuan tablet, for instance, was one thought as nothing more than an extravagant rumor yet...

New Philip Hue bridge works with HomeKit so Siri can control your lights

Philips Hue is one of the most commonly mentioned names in the whole “smart home” industry, perhaps because it has been around since 2012 and has managed to find its way into a very considerable amount of homes already. Now, Philips has redesigned its bridge so that it can...

Samsung’s latest battery tech just paved the way for new types of wearables

Samsung’s battery department has just revealed a couple of new battery prototypes that aim to solve the main hurdle of building strange-looking wearable devices. Though we can actually build all kinds of devices, the main issue with the portable ones is providing them with enough power to be worth...

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