Harmonix is working on a virtual reality music player for Gear VR

Harmonix reveals an upcoming Gear VR app called Harmonix Music VR. Essentially a virtual reality-enabled music player, the app reads the user's music and crafts a reactive virtual space from it.

Former Beats alumnus launches new audio company with $300 headphones

Steven Lamar, a self-proclaimed co-founder of Beats, announced today that he has launched his own audio company, Roam. Lamar, who sued Dr. Dre and Iovine for royalties, says his San Francisco-based company's first product is a $300 pair of…

Sony’s wearable Lifelog camera moves one step closer to watching your every step

Ready to record every move you make? Sony thinks you are, and has shifted the Smart Lifelog Camera from concept to confirmed product. The tiny device will clip to your clothes, film what goes on around you, then connect with the Android…

Canadian startup promises better smartphone pictures through ‘computational optics’

The Canadian startup, Algolux, has developed software algorithms that help achieve sharper, shake-free images with smartphone cameras, without any hardware implementations.

The Moto 360 is finally here for $250

We don't know a ton about it yet, but today Motorola will reveal more about it's Moto 360 smartwatch, which runs Google's new Android Wear OS. It is expected to be released at Google I/O 2014.

Kuddle is an Instagram for kids, while Looksee brings photographers together

Two new photo sharing apps: Kuddle is an Instagram-like app for kids that educates about netiquette, while Looksee aims to connect photographers through anonymous sharing.
Home Theater

Can Definitive Technology bring audiophile sound to multi-room speakers?

Mixing in high-grade engineering and Play-Fi's versatile open platform, Definitive Technology offers a unique take on the multi-room speaker genre with five brand-new components.

Say what?!? LG executive accused of vandalizing Samsung products in Berlin

The rivalry between Korean tech giants Samsung and LG has been heating up in recent years, though a bizarre incident alleged to have taken place in Berlin during IFA week has left many people wondering if things might be getting a little…
Android Army

Google agrees to refund $19 million for kids’ in-app purchases

Google has reached an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to refund parents to the tune of $19 million for unauthorized in-app purchases made by their children. The settlement follows a similar one made by Apple in January.

Apple CEO promises new security measures after iCloud celebrity photo hack

Keen to reassure Apple customers that their data is safe on its remote servers following the recent iCloud celebrity photo hack, company boss Tim Cook said new security measures will be rolled out in the coming weeks.