Monday, 11 Mar 2013
At SXSW 2013, a music, film and interactive conference held in the US, Google unveiled a pair of talking shoes. Unfortunately these shoes are just built to make a point, and aren't actually for sale.
HTC has posted a short video showing off some of the processes that help mold and shape its newest flagship smartphone, the HTC One. Check it out if CNC is your thing.
Dubai-based tech company, Eurostar Group, has decided that women need a tablet designed specifically for them. As such, it has released the ePad Femme, an 8-inch Android tablet that comes pre-loaded with a light pink wallpaper and apps concerning yoga, grocery shopping, and cooking.
The board at Intel is actively considering an outsider for the role of CEO. They hope to have an replacement by May 16.
Canon has announced the addition of five new PIXMA home office printers: the flagship PIXMA MX927 wireless all-in-one (AIO), PIXMA MX727 advanced wireless AIO, PIXMA MX527 and PIXMA MX457 wireless AIOs, and the MX397 AIO.
In Donkey Kong, Mario must rescue Pauline, who is under Donkey Kong's control. But game developer and loving father Mike Mika has hacked the NES ROM of Donkey Kong to allow his daughter to play as Pauline instead of Mario after she asked if she could play as Pauline.
OtterBox now has the Smartphone Outsmarted with a new battery app for the Apple iPhone and Android devices. The OtterBox iON Intelligence app is a smart and seamless battery extender, with a clear display of power status and an intuitive indication of exactly when to charge next.
Sunday, 10 Mar 2013
We just received information from staff at HTC Concept Store in the Nex shopping mall that the HTC One may be in stores as soon as next week.
Saturday, 9 Mar 2013
SamMobile received new information about the Samsung Galaxy S IV, which include a floating touch technology, new AMOLED technology, and a new camera feature.
From next month, consumers will be able to tell from a special label if a new television set can receive new digital TV signals for free-to-air channels.