If you are looking for a slightly different clock this innovative Knock Clock might well be worth a look. As it has no hands or clock face to tell the time but uses a system of knocks. The very unique Knock Clock has been created by a three Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design students, … [Read more...] about Knock Clock (video)
We have been hearing about the HTC Ruby for a while now, and some photos and specifications have been leaked on the new HTC Ruby / HTC Amaze, which included a 4.3 inch qHD display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. Other specifications include a dual core 1.5GHz processor, an 8 megapixel … [Read more...] about HTC Ruby / Amaze Photos And Specifications Leaked
HP's TouchPad has received a serious amount of attention recently since the company decided to cancel the device, and a few of the last TouchPad tablets shipped with Android installed. We have already seen a video of Android running on the TouchPad, and now the guys over at Team TouchDroid have … [Read more...] about HP TouchPad Dual Booting Android 2.3.5 And webOS (Video)
More evidence has appeared that the iPhone 5 will go on sale in the first week in October, according to a recent report Sprint will start selling the iPhone 5 in the first week in October and the carrier will have the device from the launch date. We heard previously that Sprint would be getting … [Read more...] about Sprint iPhone 5 Launching 1st Week In October?
On the weekend we found out some more information on the new Amazon Kindle tablet, according to MG Siegler from Tech Crunch, he has actually seen the device and it will be a new 7 inch Android tablet which will retail for $250. MG Siegler wasn't allowed to take any photos of the device, but his … [Read more...] about Will Amazon’s Kindle Tablet Look Like This?
Apple starts training its staff on new software and products a few weeks before they are released, and now it would appear that Apple has started training its store staff for its latest version of its mobile software iOS 5, and also Apple's new iCloud. This could mean that Apple will be launching … [Read more...] about Apple Training Staff On iOS 5, iCloud, iPhone 5 Launch Imminent?
Last week we heard about a new TV from Haier which features no wires and is powered without the need for a power cable, and now Haier has shown off another new TV at this years IFA, a 22 inch transparent OLED TV. This new transparent OLED TV features similar specifications to Samsung's OLED panel … [Read more...] about Haier Shows Off 22 Inch Transparent OLED TV At IFA (Video)
Last week Samsung announced a range of new products, one of those was the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, the successor to Samsung's original Galaxy Tab tablet, and now it looks like Samsung has been forced to remove the Galaxy Tab 7.7, plus all promotional material from this years IFA in … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Removed From IFA 2011 Due To Apple Court Case
Skepticism never hurts. When it comes to news like this, it's best to remain skeptical for the moment. A man who contacted Cult of Mac is claiming he was mistakenly given an Apple Store hard drive full of sensitive company information. How could this possibly happen? We're mystified too. Here are … [Read more...] about Apple Store Compromises Its Own Security With Hard Drive Handover
Think Dune. Even Tatooine. But more like Dune. If the ghost of Frank Herbert is reading this, we hope it makes him mighty proud. The guy really is an icon of the sci-fi genre even if the later installments of the Dune saga devolved into heavy, plodding reads. Nevertheless, Frank Herbert rules. Long … [Read more...] about Scientists Think Far Off Desert Planets Could Support Alien Life
You might remember some big talk from Activision regarding a third person action spin to the gargantuan franchise several months ago. Well, it's now several months later and that plan seems to have fallen through. "We came on board to make a third-person action adventure game, in the Call of Duty … [Read more...] about Sledgehammer’s 3rd Person Call Of Duty Unsurprisingly Cancelled
Deus Ex Human Revolution developer Eidos found itself in fairly warm water when videos showing player-NPC interaction revealed a rather... curious NPC called Letitia. Letitia's jive talkin' ways have drawn criticism for Eidos, but apparently not enough to warrant more than a fairly tame … [Read more...] about Accusations Of Deus Ex Racism Elicit Square Enix Response