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Forget GoPro. Panasonic rolls out HX-A500 wearable camera that shoots 4K videos

Have an extraordinary adventure coming up? You might want to get the hottest camcorder to date, to record it.

Gadgets March 25, 2014

New Apple TV with redesigned iOS software and Game Store set to be released

Apple is reportedly planning an update for its Apple TV in the form of hardware and software. The device will have a redesigned interface and access to a "Game Store".

Gadgets March 24, 2014

LG unveils Smart Lamp: Intelligent bulb links with iOS and Android devices

LG may well have brought about the future of home lighting with its new “smart bulb.” The Korean company has unveiled a new type of bulb with a surprising trick up its sleeves.

Gadgets March 24, 2014

Attack of the Drones - Snoopy drone can steal your smartphone data

Forget about the NSA, there's a new drone named Snoopy that can steal all your smartphone data while it's flying in the sky. A group of hackers created the drone and will show it off at Black Hat Asia in Singapore.

Gadgets March 24, 2014

REVIEW: NYNE’s new Bass Portable, Wireless Speaker Delivers Big Outdoor Sound

The new NYNE Bass is a solidly built, rugged wireless speaker system featuring Bluetooth 4.0, device charging over USB and 10 hours of battery life.

Gadgets March 21, 2014

HP's Meg Whitman accepts 3D printing challenge

Hewlett-Packard has not even shown a mock-up of a 3D printer yet, but its CEO said the company has been watching the category intently and when it does finally roll out a product it will be faster and better than what is now available.

Gadgets March 20, 2014

Apple patent reveals multitouch nib stylus for iPad - What now, Samsung?

A new Apple patent shows the company's plans for a multitouch nib stylus, which expands on demand. It's unknown if the stylus will ever become reality, as most patented devices don't ever reach store shelves.

Gadgets March 21, 2014

Samsung reveals Gear 2 smartwatch and Gear Fit fitness band price and release date details

Samsung has announced pricing and release date details for its Gear 2 smartwatch and Gear Fit fitness band. The Gear 2 and Gear Fit are Samsung's second attempt at the growing smartwatch market.

Gadgets March 20, 2014

Amazon to ship Android 'Chromecast-like' set-top streaming device in April

Amazon will reportedly ship its streaming set-top device in April and it will resemble Google's thumb drive sized Chromecast.

Gadgets March 18, 2014

LifePrint debuts on Kickstarter to bring smartphone picture printing home

LifePrint is an iPad Mini-sized wireless printer that allows you to print your smartphone pictures at home. The helpful home printer debuted on Kickstarter recently and has been making waves among photo enthusiasts.

Gadgets March 18, 2014

Google Chromecast set to invade Europe, hits UK market March 19

Various leaks have suggested that UK retailers already have stocks of Google's Chromecast. The streaming stick may invade Europe as early as this week.

Gadgets March 18, 2014

Amazon TV to add game streaming and stick it to Chromecast - Literally

Amazon may finally be releasing a TV this year, but it won't actually be a TV or a box. Amazon TV will reportedly take after Chromecast and arrive as a dongle. Amazon TV hopes to stick it to Chromecast by offering game streaming in addition to video streaming.

Gadgets March 18, 2014

Valve's Steam Controller looks like a flattened Darth Vader (we mean it in a cool way)

Valve has shown off its latest iteration of the Steam Controller Prototype. Warning: It might convince you to move to the "Dark Side."

Gadgets March 17, 2014

30,000-volt-plasma stream powers new Kickstarter loudspeaker project

ExcelPhysics' Kickstarter project brings something new to the audio world - a speaker that manipulates a stream of plasma to create sound. The campaign has generated a large following on the crowdfunding site and it expects to ship kits and complete speakers this summer.

Gadgets March 16, 2014

Forget Tile, check out Wise Button - It's more than just another key finder

Cool looking key finders are popping up all over the place, but most of them just help you find the things you've lost. A new crowd funding project on Indiegogo called Wise Button, does more than find your keys. It also let's you skip to the next song, go to the next presentation slide and pause the video you're watching.

Gadgets March 14, 2014

Makerbot's Replicator Z18 3D printer now on pre-order for $6,499

Makerbot thinks its new Replicator Z18 3D printer is revolutionary enough in price and constuction capacity to act as a disruptive force in the 3D market. Although more for industrial use than consumers, the $6,499 device can bring Star Trek level tech into any office.

Gadgets March 12, 2014

Neil Young to unveil PonoPlayer for audiophiles - This isn't your grandma's MP3 player

Neil Young just isn't happy with the quality of music kids are blasting into their ears these days. That's why he will announce the new PonoPlayer and PonoMusic at the SXSW music conference on Tuesday. The PonoPlayer features hi-fi, quality music-playing capabilities that should make true audiophiles happy.

Gadgets March 11, 2014

Bacon alarm clock app heads list of wacky wake-up devices

Oscar Mayer has unveiled an alarm clock that gives off smell and sound of sizzling bacon at the set time but it isn't the only company to bring a unique wake-up gadget to market in recent months.

Gadgets March 11, 2014

Wello iPhone case keeps track of blood pressure, heart rate and more - Who needs an iWatch?

Wello can measure your heart rate, blood pressure, electrocardiography (ECG), blood oxygen and more. It sounds like a fitness wearable, but it's not. It's an iPhone case. With capabilities like these, who needs an iWatch?

Gadgets March 6, 2014

Oscar Mayer wants you to wake up to sound of alarm...ummm, whiff of bacon

Oscar Mayer has come up with a quirky device that wakes you up with the smell of bacon.

Gadgets March 6, 2014

D'OH, 23% of Americans believe an MP3 is a robot in Star Wars

Proving that knowledge cannot be passed through osmosis, a recent survey found most Americans have no idea what HTML, Blu-ray or other common tech terms mean, despite the fact that most people are permanently attached to their smartphone. The survey was conducted by the coupon site Vouchercloud.net.

Gadgets March 5, 2014

$50 Roku stick may have just killed the Chromecast

Move over Chromecast, Roku has a new product that might offer more value to consumers who want to stream content to their HDTVs. The $50 Streaming Stick resembles a USB drive, and ports into a device's HDMI slot.

Gadgets March 6, 2014

Roku Streaming Stick takes on Google ChromeCast and has 1,200 channels and apps available

The thumb-sized HDMI Roku Streaming Stick offers users more content, apps, and even a remote ompared to its target, Google's Chromecast.

Gadgets March 5, 2014

Play a slow one, Cone - Aether's smart speaker plays you what you want to hear

It's just good when someone knows exactly what you want to hear. Aether's new Bluetooth speaker, Cone, learns your listening habits and always plays the right song, for the right moment. Cone knows your jam.

Gadgets March 5, 2014

Adorable Play-i toy robots teach kids how to code

It's never too early to learn how to code. At least, that's the manifesto of toy robot manufacturer Play-i Inc. So far, the company has raked in $8 million from investors and 11,000 pre-orders for its adorable, educational robots.

Gadgets March 4, 2014

Hello, Earclip: Japanese scientists develop Google Glass-type contraption for the ear

Japan has joined the fray of wearable technology with a new tiny PC that can be worn on the ear. Still in the prototype stage, its engineer, Kazuhiro Taniguchi, has demonstrated the device over a video that was posted by Japan's by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.

Gadgets March 3, 2014

Updated Apple TV on the way as Apple is offering $25 iTunes card with Apple TV purchase?

Apple is offering a $25 iTunes gift card with the purchase of an Apple TV, which could mean an updated model is on the way.

Gadgets March 2, 2014

Apple TV becomes most profitable 'hobby' ever as sales top $1 bn

Tim Cook said that Apple TV is just a "hobby," which makes the $1 billion it earned Apple in 2013 pretty impressive. Apple TV is the company's fastest-growing business, now that smartphone sales have started to peter out.

Gadgets March 1, 2014

Makerbot Replicator Mini Compact 3D printer goes on pre-order for $1,375

The Makerbot Replicator Mini Compact 3D Printer may not quite be ready for acceptance by Star Fleet, but for the earthbound the company has started taking pre-orders for its smallest and most affordable 3D printer. Starting price is $1,375.

Gadgets February 27, 2014

What's behind the new Samsung Galaxy S5 - Exynos octa or Snapdragon 801?

The Samsung Galaxy S5 will come in two variants: one with Samsung's own new Exynos 5422 octa-core processor and another with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor. Samsung introduced several new Exynos processors on Wednesday at MWC 2014.

Gadgets February 27, 2014

Retailers still hesitant as Apple stakes claim on iBeacon

Apple added iBeacon to its MFi program, adding the "Made for iPhone" stamp to all transmitters of the low-power Bluetooth alert system that sends push notifications to shoppers. Meanwhile, retailers still remained hesitant about installing iBeacons in their stores due to the high price of the system.

Gadgets February 26, 2014

Microsoft announced Xbox One price cut in UK: TitanFall bundle in UK and North America

The pressure is on, as Microsoft is the first to slash the price of its console. The Xbox One is now the same price as the PlayStation 4.

Gadgets February 25, 2014

Intel moves to challenge Qualcomm with LTE-A processor

Intel is poised to challenge Qualcomm with the introduction of the new, 64-bit Atom Merrifield processors and an LTE-Advanced processor on Monday. Intel's LTE-A processor could reportedly appear on upcoming versions of the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Gadgets February 25, 2014

MWC 2014 promises to be a wild ride with wearables, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and a Nokia Android smartphone

Mobile World Congress 2014 begins on Feb. 24 in Barcelona, Spain. many big devices are expected to launch, including the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC smartwatch and Nokia's first-ever Android smartphone.

Gadgets February 23, 2014

Amazon TV: Long overdue and coming soon

Amazon will reportedly launch its own web-based TV box in March. In the past, rumors that Amazon wanted to enter the TV business surfaced, but never came to fruition.

Gadgets February 24, 2014

Google goes back to the future with Project Tango

Google announced Project Tango on Thursday. The new project focuses on futuristic technology like 3D scanning and augmented reality gaming.

Gadgets February 21, 2014

Found it! Nokia releases Treasure Tag with NFC

Nokia released a brand-new accessory for its Lumia smartphones called Treasure Tag. The chronically forgetful can put the brightly colored square with NFC capabilities on nearly any item, so that you can find it when you inevitably lose it again.

Gadgets February 19, 2014

Slow data connection? Not anymore. Perlman's pCell arrives

Steve Perlman finally unveiled his 'breakthrough' invention called pCell, which he says will revolutionize cellular data. In a demo of the technology, smartphones, tablets and PCs are all shown simultaneously streaming 4K and 1080p video without a single hitch.

Gadgets February 20, 2014

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes limited edition PS4 is real, but it is not what you might thnk

The Limited Edition PlayStation 4 is not a complete re-skinning of the main console. The difference comes in a gold sticker.

Gadgets February 22, 2014

The Dash wireless headphones will change the way you exercise

The Dash wireless headphones have fitness sensors embedded in the ear buds so that your every movement is recorded. The headphones measure your workout's progress and eliminate the irritation of wires.

Gadgets February 16, 2014

Old photo booth design goes open air, high-tech

Among the many alterations to the photo booths of old are a far more streamlined, portable design that fits into the back of a small SUV, and can easily make rounds to various events.

Gadgets February 16, 2014

Apple planning new Apple TV in partnership with Time Warner?

Apple reportedly is working on a new set top-box in conjunction with Time Warner.

Gadgets February 13, 2014

There you are! Steve Jobs time capsule reveals Lisa mouse

Thirty years later, the Steve Jobs time capsule is unearthed. The original Lisa mouse that Jobs used right before placing it in the time capsule was unharmed.

Gadgets February 12, 2014

ARM Core-A17 processor offers big power for little money

ARM wants to bring big.LITTLE architecture to mid-range smartphones with the Core-A17 processor. The new chip features a 60 percent boost in performance and can be used to make octa-core processors, if manufacturers so wish.

Gadgets February 12, 2014

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