Days before the rumored release of the third-generation iPad, Adobe Systems make waves by briefly releasing in the App Store its Photoshop Touch… for iPad 2.
With the impending release of HTC One X, leaks of its specs are hitting the web faster than ever. This time we have Greek site FullGSM leak the alleged full product sheet of One X.
Looking for a vacuum cleaner that can do the job even in sharp, tight corners? Dyson might be able to solve your problems with the DC39, equipped with game-changing technology in terms of household cleaning.
HP is definitely gearing up for 2012, as sources reveal that the tech giant is currently working on Windows 8 tablets and hybrid devices using Intel and ARM chips.
Here’s another medical advancement we are happy to report: the Tongue Drive System now enables people to move an automatic wheelchair by moving their tongues.
Galaxy Nexus owners are up for a treat with Samsung finally open for pre-orders for the Pogo Desktop Dock.
Tesla’s cars will have “eventual, inevitable, catastrophic battery failure?” Not quite, according to a corporate blog post released by the electric car company itself.
No need to worry about your Square Reader getting smashed into pieces in your pocket or inside your bag, thanks to the Square Hoodie.
You certainly have your choice of thousands of USB hubs on the market. And they come in various shapes and sizes, but they all have the same problem. They leave you fumbling to connect it, because it only plugs in one way. And no matter what, you always seem to get the wrong side first.
We all have seen cats and dogs play with laser pointers. I’m not sure if they like it so much because they’re dumb, or because animals just get bored easily. Either way, they have tons of fun chasing the dot from a laser pointer. They just go crazy for it. Well, it turns out that fish like it too. Who knew?
I wouldn’t sound the death knell of the World of Warcraft MMO dominion just yet, but Bioware’s upstart Star Wars MMO seems to be gaining momentum. Not only has the game hit the 2 million subscriber milestone earlier than expected, but telemetry data collected from players suggests they regularly sink as much as six hours in sustained play sessions.
No matter what your opinion about Google is, you have to admit that their services are a useful and daily part of our lives. There is nothing that you can’t find with a Google search. And now Google is adding some concert listings to its search engine.