Ideum Duet smart table now running both Android and Windows 8

No wonder it’s named the Duet. Smart table-maker Ideum has rolled out a new genius of a living room showpiece, and the really cool thing about it is that the new Duet multi-touch coffee table runs on both Android and Windows 8. Yes, you heard that right — it’s a [Read More...]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - January 28, 2015 at 11:52 pm

Amazon WorkMail targets Google Apps for Business and Microsoft Office 365

Both Google and Microsoft are about to feel some heat in the corporate email space courtesy of Amazon. The latter will launch WorkMail to compete with Google Apps for Business and Microsoft Office 365. Amazon would like to simplify the corporate email experience and apply enhanced security compared to its [Read More...]

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CAMpanion attaches GoPro cameras to most surfaces

If you own a GoPro camera, you know that they can record high quality video and still shots. Odds are the GoPro has much better video and photo taking capabilities than your Android smartphone or tablet. A new product has debuted called the CAMpanion that is designed to connect your [Read More...]

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FTC rules that throttled data plans no longer count as unlimited data

The FTC has ruled against TracFone in a case involving their “unlimited data,” forcing the prepaid company to pay out $40 million to customers that were mislead about just how unlimited TracFone’s data actually is. Like tons of other carriers, TracFone offers an unlimited data plan that’s throttled after a [Read More...]

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Sonos beta update: multiroom features, smoother switching

Audio streaming app Sonos has brought (and brought back) several new features to its beta version, and it looks like they’re really pushing multi-room features and functionalities to attract even more audiophiles to try using their app. The update gives users the ability to switch faster and more smoothly in [Read More...]

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Chrome figurine unveiled by Dead Zebra

Another day, another Android figurine unveiled by Dead Zebra. And this member of the Android Mini Collectible Series 05 was designed by Google itself. The fourth series featured gold and chrome green figurines and here we have a true chrome variant. Apparently, there was a substantial demand for a true [Read More...]

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Tiny Apps allows you to multitask via floating applications

“Multitasking” was a big buzzword when the venerable Windows 98 operating system came out, as Microsoft leverage on increased RAM usage (256 to 512MB, mind you) and truly delivered on allowing desktop users to run a number of programs together, thereby increasing theoretical productivity. In the mobile device industry, multitasking [Read More...]

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Verizon increasing upgrade and activation fees to $40 in February

Bad news, Verizon folks. The carrier is upping their activation and upgrade fees to $40 starting February 5th. The current activation fee is $35, while the upgrade fee is $30. If you’ve been considering upgrading your device and want to save a few bucks, you may want to go ahead [Read More...]

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FCC prohibits WiFi-blocking of hotels, says this practice illegal

We’re aware that some hotels and companies are blocking the WiFi hotspots of guestS. That is a bad practice and according to the FCC, it’s ILLEGAL. One of the most controversial issues which actually led to FCC issuing a special warning was that of Marriot’s WiFi-blocking efforts. FCC officially released [Read More...]

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Samsung releases new promo video for the Gear VR

Apparently not content to watch Microsoft get all the press for virtual reality solutions with their recently announced HoloLens device, Samsung has released a new video promoting their Samsung Gear VR device. You may recall the Gear VR is powered by the same technology developed by Oculus for their Oculus [Read More...]

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