The Pebble smartwatch may already pull most key notifications from your iPhone's stock apps, such as new texts, e-mails, caller ID, and calendar, but lacked a means to pull them off third-party apps such as Twitter, Google+, Facebook, etc., until now.
Find Android-based dongles too complicated and expensive to smarten your idiot box? Try the WD TV Play from Western Digital, which delivers most web-based content services, such as YouTube, Netflix, Hulu Plus, VUDU, SlingPlayer, Spotify, Pandora and Facebook, at $69.99.
Remember those fan-made mock-ups of the fabled "iWatch" from way back in 2010? We don't, either. Cupertino is toying with curved glass display tech to prototype wrist-worn iOS devices, according to a New York Times report. Prototyping doesn't necessarily mean plans.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced that the development of a camera module is finished and almost ready for production. The camera looks to be a 5-megapixel with HD video recording support. The release date is unknown, but the module is priced at $25.
The Wall Street Journal has confirmed that Target, GameStop, Amazon and Best Buy will be selling the television gaming device when it is released to retail in June. Amazon and GameStop have already opened preorders for the gaming system at a very reasonable $99.99.
Jeremy Clarkson would be sure to tell you that's faster than a Bugatti Veyron. The British engineering group Dyson is introducing its new Airblade Tap which will be available March 1st. At £1,000 it probably won't be making it through the front door of your home.
Epic Games announced in a press release today that Android users can now download a new, free app titled Epic Citadel. The app is used to showcase the studio's award winning Unreal Engine 3 in a dynamic fantasy setting of Infinity Blade and includes a benchmark mode.
In a media release today, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) stated that they are beginning a new undertaking called the Vanishing Programmable Resources Program (VAPR) to develop electronic devices that dissolve in the field on command.
Amazon has introduced a new service called "AutoRip". It allows people who have purchased CDs to automatically have the MP3 versions added to their Amazon Cloud Player accounts free of charge. There are currently over 50,000 AutoRip albums available.
Nuance, the Massachusetts based company best known for its "Dragon" voice recognition technology, introduced their project code named "Wintermute" at CES. The cross-platform, cloud based system allows continuous communication from all your personal devices.
In a recent blog entry on the challenges of virtual reality, Valve Programmer and VR Researcher Michael Abrash explains, in a quite detailed manner, that the bane of VR is latency. Getting images to the device is not the problem, it's getting them there fast enough.
World’s largest electronics manufacturer bought $200 million stakes in GoPro and becomes an 8.88-percent owner. By doing this, they essentially secure that GoPro will continue to use them as their exclusive manufacturer and improve their camera business.
Gooru, an educational search engine that brings together science, technology, engineering and mathematics educational materials for teachers and students, goes mobile with the release of an iPad app. The app brings 1000s of multimedia resources together from the web.
Sceptre couldn't hold off with the announcement of its newest product lineup and gave us a peek what is the companies focus. The company focuses on a 32 to 55-inch Rimless HDTVs and monitors, some 2.1-channel sound bar with WiFi and an interesting 1080p in-car camera.
Toyota's 2013 Avalon, which is being put up for display in dealerships across the US, has the company bragging about it as being the first car to implement a Qi wireless-charging feature, which lets you charge any of the 34+ phone handsets, without pesky cables.
In a tweet from Minecraft developer Johan Bernhardsson, he revealed that Minecraft Pocket Edition, the Android and iOS version for mobile devices, has moved 5 million units so far. This comes right on the heels of the announcement that the Xbox Edition sold 4.5 million.
On the lighter side of science and engineering, a student has built his Parrot a very awesome little ride to cruise around in when out in the yard. Not only is this a pretty sweet looking ride, but it also has a ton of built in safety features as well.
A court in California has determined to make Best Buy pay an estimated $22 million in damages to a company for using trade secrets. The court also hit Best Buy with an additional $5 million for punitive damages as well. TechForward is the company in question on this...
Engineers at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have invented a light focusing device that will concentrate light to just a few Nanometers. This could lead to new technology in communications, computing, television, and imaging (just to name but a few).
Releasing their November totals for sales of the Xbox 360 in the United States, Microsoft reports that after a huge Black Friday week uptick, the Xbox 360 pulled off a total of 1.26 million units for the month. The week of Back Friday saw unit sales of 750,000 units.