For those of you who have a Transformer Prime, you may want to think about closing this article, because this will probably be tough to hear. Your “new” tablet is just about to be replaced by something even “newer”! According to a recent report by PC World, Asus is expected to ship the Asus Transformer [...]
In case you were on the fence about grabbing one of Google's affordable Nexus tablets, you'd better jump off it pretty soon.The Nexus 7'sbeen pulled fromthe Google Store, as spotted byTalkAndroid, and it almost assuredly isn't coming back -- especially sincethe Nexus 9exists.
We know that Windows 10's universal apps are coming to Xbox One, but there hasn't been much said about when or how this will happen, until now.The Vergereportsthat Microsoft will open up Xbox One app development in a big way over the coming months.
Today’s the day! We’re here in San Francisco, ready to get inside the Yerba Buena Center on this blustery winter morning. What will we find in there? We’re not entirely certain, to be honest. The Apple Watch is all but a foregone conclusion, where Apple is expected to announce more details ahead of the April release timeframe CEO Tim Cook already hinted at.
Apple has unleashed its Apple Watch into the wild, and people are starting to notice. The Apple Watch was first spotted outside of Apple's Campus back in September . But it looks like Apple has released more testing units for employees to try out in the real world.
We get it. It's been a busy week. Luckily, we're here to catch you up on the release date of the Apple Watch, VR headsets in Hollywood and all the other cool stuff you may have accidentally glossed over during five days on the daily grind.'Tron'-like Glow headphones pulse to the music and your heartThese glowing earbuds hope to become much more than just a gimmick.
Ever since Amazon first launched its Prime subscription service it is has grown in popularity, starting out as unlimited quick delivery and expanding into the media content we see today. Well, eBay is looking into a similar subscription-based loyalty plan, taking on Amazon in the fast, free shipping area.
Happy Monday! Buckle up, because it's Apple news all the way down today. The highly anticipated Apple Watch goes on sale April 24th and depending on the model, prices start anywhere from $350 to $10,000. The Cupertino company also surprised us by revealing details on its new ultra thin MacBook with a retina display. Get all the details on these stories and more in today'sDaily Roundup.
Apple is selling more debt. On Monday morning Apple disclosed in a filing with the SEC that it's preparing to sell $5 billion in new debt to cover "general corporate purposes." The debt is expected to cover stock repurchases and dividend payments, among other things.
We don't know a lot of tablets receiving the Android 5.0 Lollipop but here's the LG G Pad 8.3 about to enjoy Android 5.1. The changes on the software may not be that noticeable but the fact that the LG tablet received the Lollipop last December and now this Android 5.1 is impressive. It's actually just for the Google Play Edition getting some more bug fixes and enhancements.
Land Rover is recalling a relatively small number of its newest vehicles, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed. The reason differs from the various other auto recalls we've seen so far this year, and concerns the lug nuts (which, of course, keep the wheel on the car).
The prevailing consensus is that North Korea was responsible, as retribution for the James Franco comedy "The Interview." The American government has publicly blamed the reclusive authoritarian state for the hack.Taia is now challenging the narrative.
If you're a subscriber to Amazon Prime 's Instant Video service and a big Doctor Who fan, we've got some bad news for you. With an announcement to customers expected sometime this weekend, Amazon Prime will no longer have Doctor Who , nor most of its BBC shows, available for streaming beginning Sunday, February 15th.
The Pirate Bay, the internet's favorite torrent search engine, is back online right now, roughly seven weeks after being raided by law enforcement in home country Sweden. While the website and its founders have long been targeted by authorities for violations of piracy laws, this was the longest period the site was offline, and it was definitely in question if it would ever return.
We weren't expecting Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active but I guess since the Galaxy S4 model has gotten a taste of its sweetness, it's rugged sibling should be getting it too. AT&T has started to release the Lollipop software update for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (SGH-I537) yesterday, April 21. As with most Android 5.
Witness this - a web-browser notebook that flips back into a tablet, made with metal, sporting a touchscreen, that won't break your bank. That's what ASUS has up for grabs with the ASUS Chromebook Flip (C100) . This is like the first in a line of Chromebook Flip machines from ASUS because they've done something we'd be surprised if consumers didn't latch on to like mad.
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Business Insider's Nicholas Carlson tried it for the first time last December, and immediately tweeted "A bunch of companies seem to believe that computers you wear on your face are the next big thing. This week, hardware maker HTC and PC game technology company Valve demonstrated theirs, called Vive, and it was met with wild rapturous applause from tech writers.
Console OS has a dream, one that Samsung and ASUS discovered to be a rather deadly one. It wants to enable fast and easy dual-booting of Windows and Android on a single PC, whether laptop or tablet, while offering the full potential of a regular Android installation. It flew to Kickstarter in search of support, which it found to some extent.