Microsoft has gone official with the price of the next-generation Xbox One game controller. While the console bundles a single controller, you need additional ones for local multi-player gameplay (something Microsoft isn't really focusing on as you might know).
OMG Life has launched the world's first intelligent wearable camera. Dubbed "Autographer", this £400 (quite pricey) captures your images hands-free, using a bevy of color, temperature, magnetometer, etc. sensor readings. Engadget managed to score a hands-on of the cam.
Google's $35 TV dongle that could render pretty much every other smart-TV and set-top box technology obsolete, the Chromecast, sold out online within 36 hours of its launch alongside Nexus 7 (2013). The device is sold out on Amazon, Best Buy, and Google Play.
Chromecast, the Smart TV on a stick by Google, which was originally believed to have been running on a customized lite version of Chrome OS, is actually running our (and world's) favorite Android OS inside. The $35 device got its bootloader unlocked just recently.
X-Arcade announced the Solo, its newest arcade-joystick for all those games that simply don't play as well on gamepads. Games that require quick reflexes, such as Street Fighter, warrant your hammering away at the gamepad, and that's where arcade-sticks step in.
As promised earlier on stage during the Nokia Lumia 925 WP8 launch event, iOS app developer Hipstamatic promised to bring their powerful and handy Oggl app, an exclusive for the iOS platform, to Nokia powered Microsoft Windows Phone Smartphones. They have delivered.
Well here's some news for all those sworn Windows Phone fans. The ecosystem has shown some really strong growth in South Africa, a country dominated by BlackBerry, but looks like the Berry has to leave the house there too. Android comes after in South Africa.
In a project funded by the United States Pentagon research facility DARPA, a pair of security experts, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, have demonstrated a method which will allow hackers to take control of a vehicle using just a laptop and an NES joypad.
iFixit couldn't keep their geeky hands off of the new Nexus 7, which resulted in a full teardown treatment that we posted about earlier today. Well, looks like the new $35 Google Chromecast stick didn't get spared either. iFixit did not award a repairability score.
In a startling new discovery, Digital Foundry reported with much surprise at their own findings that the Sony PlayStation 4 game console reserves as much as 3.5 GB of the available 8 GB GDDR5 RAM for the OS, leaving only 4.5 GB for the game developers to use.
Who doesn't love accessories? Not only do they give your phone or tablet a hot or cute look (thanks in large to the outfit), but also offer added usability during travel, or simply some added durability, because you always need some more protection for your electronics.
iFixit managed to get their hands on one unlucky second-generation Nexus 7. Of course, a teardown was to follow. Sadly, what followed wasn't exactly encouraging. iFixit rates the Nexus 7 reparability at just 7 out of 10, meaning this won't be easy to fix once broken.
At this years Open Championship, German automaker Mercedes-Benz presented to golf fans around the world the Mercedes-Benz Vision Golf Cart, a luxury golf cart that promises to overshadow any electric cart in the field out there. And it's loaded with features.
While Nexus 7 (2013) and Android 4.3 were the highlights of Google's "Breakfast with Sundar Pichai" event, the third item on the itinerary almost succeeded in surprising us, Chromecast. While not the same kind of device as the Nexus Q, it renders it obsolete.
ZAGG unveiled a new full-size universal keyboard that plays well with tablets, and could play even better with users, thanks to its unique wavy design. The keyboard's cover detaches into a tablet or smartphone stand, while it talks to your device over Bluetooth.
A $200 button-mashing robot made waves at the BlackHat security conference in Las Vegas, which can mash physical buttons or touchscreens following a pre-programmed key-map, and help bruteforce passwords that need to be manually entered. This has CEOs worried.
The latest software update for the T-Mobile HTC One takes one step back. Instead of bringing something new the update takes away something that was already there (and working fine). Users who have updated their phones are reporting that HDR feature is no longer working.
Canon is allegedly working on a successor to the powerful EOS-1D X DSLR. The new and improved DSLR model is said to carry over the same aesthetics and build quality as the original EOS-1D X, but feature a new camera sensor capable of shooting a monstrous 75 Megapixels.
Just a week after the Sony PlayStation 4 developer kit passed through the FCC, this time round it's the PlayStation 4 consumer edition. The PS4 once again reveals a "max clock frequency" of 2.75 GHz, which we believe to be the max clock speed of the AMD Jaguar CPU.
It's not like we already don't know that Korean company LG is loaded up for their next-generation flagship, LG
Optimus G2, launch event for the 7th of August. Nevertheless, the company decided to let loose a few more teasers, this time a video as well. Check them out!