Lisa Eadicicco

Lisa Eadicicco

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Lisa Eadicicco is a technology and video game reporter based in New York City. She graduated from Purchase College in 2012 where she studied journalism, and enjoys playing music and reading graphic novels when she's not writing.

BlackBerry 10 Z10 for Verizon allegedly appears on leaked retail page

A BlackBerry 10 smartphone believed to be called the Z10 may have leaked on Verizon's website.

Watch out! The world’s thinnest wristwatch launches on Kickstarter

A recently launched project on Kickstarter claims to have created the thinnest wearable wristwatch.

Rumor: Samsung to unveil new 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet next month

Samsung may reveal a fresh addition to its line of Galaxy Note products. A Samsung news blog has reportedly uncovered specs for this rumored 8-inch device.

BlackBerry 10 will support NFC mobile wallet payments through Visa

Research In Motion just announced a deal with Visa that would allow card holders to use their BlackBerry 10 devices as a mobile wallet.

AT&T update to enable FaceTime over cellular with no extra charge

AT&T has announced that it will be rolling out an update regarding the use of FaceTime over 3G cellular networks.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to exceed 6 inches and showcase new 8-core processor

Yet another rumor has surfaced indicating that Samsung's next "phablet" will get even bigger in its third generation.

Apple’s alleged 2013 product roadmap only strengthens iPhone 5S and cheaper iPhone rumors

Analyst with KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo has laid out a projected roadmap of product launches for Apple in 2013.

New ClamCase Pro keyboard turns your iPad into a MacBook Pro

ClamCase has just unveiled its second-generation Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad.

Watch out! New study shows 1 in 3 smartphone owners use devices while driving

A recently released survey highlights just how many drivers are making phone calls or texting while being the wheel.

Smartphone Film Scanner transforms photos from analog to digital on-the-go

A new Kickstarter project from Lomography lets photographers use their smartphones to immediately scan and edit film.

Microsoft Surface tablet sales for Q4 2012 rests at 1M units, according to estimates

An analyst has estimated that Microsoft may have only sold one million units of its Surface tablet.

Samsung urges U.S. court to keep Galaxy Nexus on store shelves, despite Apple’s pleas

In its most recent paperwork, Samsung has urged judges to maintain their decision against Apple's proposed sales ban on the Galaxy Nexus.