Sure, you may already lead an exciting life, but wouldn't it be great if you could broadcast those daily escapades -- you know, to all of your internet friends? ZionEyez hopes to deliver a method for sharing your point of view -- quite literally -- in realtime, across the web.
HTC is indeed trying to venture out into new markets and, as expected, digital imaging is just one if its first stops. With the announcement of a slew of new products, including version 1.0 of the Zoe collaborative video editing app, a new EYE imaging experience, and the HTC Desire EYE , HTC is showing that it means serious imaging business.
We doubt that there's a horde of wearable fans jonesing for Epson'ssecond-gen Moverio glasses-- not after Google'sone-day Glass sale, anyway -- but they're at lastavailable, several weeks behind schedule. Spend $700 and the just-shipping BT-200 headset will put a basic (and frankly decrepit) Android 4.0 interface in front of your eyes.
The UK's data regulator may have clarified that Google Glassshouldn't be singled out for special measuresover personal use, but that isn't stopping domestic companies from enforcing their own rules.The Independentreportsthat just a week after the Google wearablefinally went on sale in Britainfor a hefty £1,000, UK cinemas are banning it over fears that "Explorers" could use them to pirate movies.
HTC has a new star of its mainstream Desire series, the Android powered HTC Desire 820. 64-bit follow-up to the Desire 816, the Desire 820 runs Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz octacore Snapdragon 615 with 2GB of memory and LTE connectivity, along with a 5.5-inch 720p HD display.
While some users might not love everything about Sony's current adventure camera lineup, you can hardly fault theAction Camsfor being too large. Still, when size and weight really matter, such as when you're mounting a camera on a helmet or a drone, it certainly wouldn't hurt to shave off an inch or two.
HTC has a new phone for the midrange, the HTC Desire 820, paving the way to Android L with another 64-bit handset. Following in the footsteps of the Desire 816, the new 5.5-inch 720p HD smartphone packs Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz Snapdragon 615 octacore with 2GB of memory and 16GB of storage. The 13-megapixel main camera gets an LED flash and an f/2.
Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can. Apps Now Free
VLC Streamer [iOS Universal; Now free, down from $1.99] Sit anywhere in your house and watch movies or TV shows on your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
We're so impressed with the new iPhone 6's slo-mo capabilities , we had to share some more examples.
Late last week The Verge posted photos of Iceland taken with the iPhone 6 Plus and the results are nothing short of astounding. If you haven't seen it yet, by all means, please check it out.
Not to be outdone, video recording on the new iPhone models is just as electrifying.
Sony's futurecloud-based TV serviceshouldn't be hurting for content. Viacom hasforged a dealthat will bring 22 of its networks (including Comedy Central and Nickelodeon) to the streaming platform when it launches late this year -- the first time Viacom has provided its channels toanylive internet TV service. The media giant thinks its "young, tech-savvy" audiences are a good match.
Today we discussed Apple's purchase of Beats Electronics, got a taste of GoPro's growing media empire, went hands-on with Beats' new Solo² headphones and learned about an American-made TV that sits behind your bathroom mirror. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Of all the things you'd think could save HTC 's fortunes, an action camera which looks like a tiny submarine periscope probably isn't the first thing to jump to mind, but the company's hopes are high for the HTC RE .
So you say you want a pair of smart glasses, yes? The company that makes the processors in most Android smartphones and all Windows Phone smartphones, Qualcomm, is bringing about an environment where developers can make digital eyewear applications a reality.
Thin and lightgaming notebooks may be a new trend, but they're by and large the exception. Traditional gaming rigs look more like MSI's GT70 Dominator: large, heavy and questionably portable. It's an old-school gaming laptop, one that truly fits the term "desktop replacement." It's also the complete antithesis to thesleek gaming notebooksthat have swept the market in recent years.
What do you do with a cube that fits in the palm of your hand, sticks to metal with a magnet, and takes photos and video? You capture the world around you, of course. You capture it casually, and you capture it with the playfulness and joy that the Polaroid brand has always been about.
When it comes to ASUS, buying a full-size Android tablet has usually meant venturing past the $300 mark; even theTransformer Book T100set you back $349 when it first came out, and that was considered a steal. That's no longer a problem in 2014. ASUS' newTransformer Pad TF103Ccosts $299 with the company's signature keyboard dock included, or as much as some smaller mid-range slates.
When you travel the world, having a few drinks with your hosts is a great way to get a sense of the local culture. But excessive alcohol consumption can cause physiological consequences . Don't worry—a hangover is universal, and your new friends probably already know a way to cope with it.Read more...