Friday, 4 Apr 2014
The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has released pictures of the new USB 3.1 cable that features Type-C connectors. The new connector is reversible, much like Apple’s orientation-agnostic Lightning cable.
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Jabra's new wireless headset Rox is built from premium materials and promises full-spectrum Dolby Digital Plus on the go, with one small caveat. Read on to find out more.
Amazon has just launched its new Fire TV set-top box that lets users enjoy video content from Amazon, Hulu, Netflix and more for just US$99.
Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014
With up to 50 billion Internet of Things devices installed in the world by 2020, Intel is working aggressively to bring its familiar x86 architecture into the IoT and wearables world. Today at IDF 2014 in Shenzhen, China, Intel CEO unveiled new products and solutions to drive the growth of IoT.
Tuesday, 1 Apr 2014
Weighing 133g, the latest addition to the Energizer XP range comes with a power capacity of 5,000mAh, a retractable microUSB charging cable, and two additional USB ports so you can charge up to three devices simultaneously.
In a bid to increase safety for drivers and pedestrians, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has decreed that all new cars in the U.S. must have rear-view cameras by 2018.
Every year Google makes April Fools' fun or at least humorous, and this year it involves you capturing Pokémon around the globe.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Local company Arqain is set to release Triden, a USB multi-tool that enables charging of your mobile devices or storing and viewing of content anywhere via your Android devices or PCs. It also features a built-in microSD card reader which lets you add more storage space.
Thursday, 27 Mar 2014
Serving as a charging plate when connected to an AC power supply, the CP-W5 also lets you charge via a MicroUSB cable. It includes a Sony-made 5,000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery loaded with Sony's Hybrid-Gel Technology, allowing it to retain more than 90% of its capacity even after 1,000 charges.
Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014
It seems Google is determined to put Glass, its wearable computer, in the hands of more people. And eyewear maker, Luxottica, might just be the one to help the Mountain View company with that.