Tuesday, 13 Oct 2015
Coming up next for Canon is the EOS M10, PowerShot G5 X, and the PowerShot G9 X, each with features that are tempting for lovers of digital compacts.
If your Google Cardboard is gathering dust, you might want to dust it off one more time as Google's made their Street View (from Google Maps) app compatible with Google Cardboard.
Celebrating their 90th anniversary, Bang & Olfusen launches their latest luxury speakers made for a cinematic experience.
Canon’s Connect Station CS100 has finally been officially released. Hit the link for pricing and details.
Boeing has brought science fiction to life: their extremely lightweight material is made out of metal, is nearly as strong as titanium, and is 100 times lighter than styrofoam.
While losing a limb is unavoidable sometimes, nobody said that a replacement hand has to be cookie cutter. These upcoming licensed prosthetic limbs should definitely stand out in the crowd. Be warned though, all of them are for kids only.
Build 10565 comes with several exciting new features, including the integration of Skype messaging, calling, and video capabilities into the Messaging, Phone, and Skype video universal Windows apps.
Dell and EMC Corporation have both agreed to a deal that will see Dell acquire the latter for US$67 billion - the largest acquisition ever in the technology industry.
If you've ever thought, "the only thing stopping me from buying a mid-range Android phablet is the lack of sugary carbonated beverage branding" good news, Pepsi has decided that the mid-range smartphone market is the perfect place for it to be. Next week, it will be releasing the Pepsi P1.
While Apple is still selling more Macs in Q3 2015, the growth is reportedly the slowest in two years. Despite its sluggish growth, Apple is said to be still ahead of its competitors in the PC industry.