Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
There are certain things you really shouldn't do with Google Glass. Then there are things that Google actually advised AJ Jacobs, editor at large at Esquire magazine not to do. Of course, those things are exactly what he did.
GPU shipment figures for Q3 2013 have been released by Jon Peddie Research. Among the incumbent dominant players, NVIDIA had strong gains in the desktop segment. On the whole, the company's overall PC graphics shipments increased 2.3%.
Ever wanted to make a 3D model of something but didn't know how? The Structure Sensor from Occipital turns an iPad into a mobile 3D scanner, and lets you turn anything into a 3D model.
A Xbox One was stripped down to its bare components and analyzed. And according to the analysis, each console, along with the Kinect sensor and controller costs around US$481 to build.
A patent filing seems to suggest that Samsung may integrate multi-party conference call as a new software feature for its next Galaxy flagship phone.
Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013
Speaking at last week's UBS Global Technology Conference, Microsoft executive vice president, Devices and Studios, Julie Larson-Green said it is not possible for the company to continue offering three disparate versions of Windows operating system.
Xbox One users have reported being banned from the Upload Studio app after being found to have created content with excessive foul language.
Yahoo is trying to get its employees to "eat its own dogfood". A leaked internal memo from Yahoo Senior Vice President of Communications Jeff Bonforte and Chief Information Officer Randy Roumillat shows them trying to convince 75 percent of their staff to switch to Yahoo Mail.
Have some old speakers lying around the house? The Kickstarter project, Rocki, will give your old speakers a new lease of life by turning them into wireless speakers.
HTC has unveiled a gold variant of its One smartphone, but it is only available in Europe at the moment.