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Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Google's Project Tango, its engineering concept that will let devices see the environment around them the same way the human eye does, got a lot closer to consumer hands today when Google announced it will be partnering with LG to bring a Project Tango tablet to market as early as 2015.
Google showed off a (nearly) working prototype of its Project Ara modular smartphone concept at Google I/O today, and also shared more insights into the progression of the project, including why it is investing in a 3D printer that can print 50 times faster than traditional 3D printers.
At just US$10 per month per user, Google Drive for Work offers unlimited storage along with business class security, ultra large file uploads and more. Should competitive cloud storage solution providers like Microsoft OneDrive be concerned? More details after the jump.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
Facebook is trial testing an open source network switch code-named "Wedge" that might revolutionize the way we approach networking. More details within.
Nikon has just announced the successor to their D800/D800E fullframe, adding a host of new features while leaving the megapixel-count intact. Find out what's new within.
SingTel today announced the launch of a new mobile plan, Lite Special that caters to the special needs of persons with disabilities. The benefits of the plan include 4GB data bundle, unlimited SMS and 300 minutes of free local outgoing calls.
Olympus has just announced a limited edition run of their OM-D E-M10 camera featuring leather body covers in three new colorways. Details and pricing after the jump.
Yamaha has informed us that its YAS-103 sound bar, successor to the YAS-101, will hit stores tomorrow.
Following Google's announcements at Google I/O, Razer has just announced that it will begin developing a new micro-console that will be powered by Android TV that will have an emphasis on gaming.
Following the success of the Chromecast and Google TV, Google is renewing its efforts in the living room by announcing Android TV. Running on Google's just-announced Android L, Android TV will stream content from various sources, just like Google TV and set top boxes, but with an added focus on gaming.