Google's experiment in wearable tech has become the envy of geeks everywhere, but how exactly does it work? Get up to speed with our quick guide to Glass.
Canon’s Pixma MG6320 is a nicely designed three-function printer that will fit into any home. It’s packed with features, but to achieve the highest quality prints, you’ll have to invest in some Canon specialty paper.
- Pros: Terrific and accurate color – when using Canon photo pap...
- Cons: Ink cartridges seem to run out quickly, No USB port for ...
John McAfee hasn't had anything to do with the dreaded McAfee Antivirus for more than 15 years, but that isn't stopping him from "explaining" how get rid of it in the absolute best way possible.
Tesla's swappable battery pack could put an end to range anxiety, but first the California carmaker has to prove that it works.
Tumblr girls are the superstars of the blog and reblog network. But their cultural ascension isn't always something to smile about, not even if it's for a selfie.
E3 2013 is in the books, and it brought us two new pieces of hardware, plenty of games, and much more. But while the big names stole the headlines, there were plenty of new pieces of tech that made a splash at the show.
Privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass show little sign of going away with news that officials from six nations have sent a joint letter to Larry Page highlighting a number of questions they want answered about the high-tech device.
HTC has announced the Butterfly S. It's the follow-up to last year's HTC J Butterfly, one of the first phones with a 5-inch, 1080p displays, which went on to become the Droid DNA.
Turtle Beach updates the already-popular PX21 with the even more feature-rich PX22, delivering about as much value as can be wrung from of a gaming headset.
- Pros: Good detail, Full, rich bass, Wide stereo field, Feature...
- Cons: Midrange and treble can be a bit thin, Occasional dynami...