Of the products that Acer revealed in New York today, the Iconia A1 tablet is the most traditionally recognizable of the bunch. Aimed squarely at the iPad Mini, and potentially, the Nexus 7, the 8-inch Android slate stands out because of it’s impressively low price. With a launch price of $170 for the 16 GB [...]
Acer's new Aspire R7 moves the keyboard down and puts the touchpad on top – an interesting move that makes the mouse almost superfluous. We take a hands-on look at Acer's new Aspire R7 laptop/tablet hybrid.
During an event in New York City today, Acer revealed three new products and the most intriguing might be the Aspire P3 Ultrabook. Once you get a look at the P3, you’ll understand why it almost feels like a lie to call it an Ultrabook. The laptop comes in a slab form factor and features [...]
Get a quick look at the rich, detailed world of developer Eidos Montreal and publisher Square Enix's 'Thief' in this photo gallery containing a closer look at the game itself, as well as some of the conceptual drawings.
Check out this just-released photo gallery for Battlefield 4 to get a quick look at just how rich and detailed the game will be.
We check out DigitalOptics new camera sensor that’s so fast it can mimic the Lytro, letting you shoot and refocus your shots later. For a deeper look check out our hands on coverage.
Check out the first screenshots to surface for the upcoming PS4 title Killzone: Shadow Fall in this gallery
Vine has a porn problem, the Pentagon’s cybersecurity force will expand fivefold, the ban on game consoles may be lifted in China, Google is being sued by Apple users in the UK, a new 128GB version of the iPad may be imminent, and The Anne Frank story is now a multi-media experience. Related Links: Oops: [...]
Unlocking your cell phone becomes illegal, online activists are fired up about Skype eavesdropping, Sony is fined for PlayStation hack, Anonymous hactivists are sentenced for Operation Payback, a French court orders Twitter to give up racist users, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak doesn’t like the new jOBS film. Related Links: Unlocking Cellphones Becomes Illegal Saturday [...]
Apple sells a record number of iPhones, Google releases its latest Transparency Report, Twitter is expected to launch a new video-sharing app, a study finds that Facebook makes people unhappy, and the Steve Jobs biopic starting Ashton Kutcher gets a release date. Related Links: Tim Cook boasts Apple sold ’10 devices per second’ last quarter [...]
“Gangnam Style” racks up $8 million on YouTube, Mega beats out DropBox, Samsung Galaxy 8.0 image leaked, Microsoft Surface Pro tablet gets a release date, GoPro and ESPN partner up for the X Games, and Apple removes 500px from its App Store for nudity. Related Links: Google: Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ has earned $8 million on YouTube [...]
Mozilla announces first Firefox OS smartphones, Temple Run 2 generates 20 million downloads in just four days, AT&T is acquiring Alltel, France considers taxing internet companies, and a father-and-son startup offers a $300,000 3D printed burger. Related Links: Announcing the Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone! Runaway success: Temple Run 2 downloaded 20 million times in [...]
Kim Dotcom returns with his new “Mega” storage service, Sony debuts its Xperia Tablet Z, Honda recalls 750,000 vehicles, and a Norwegian guy gets lucky with a million “likes.” Related Links: The Return of Kim Dotcom Kim Dotcom’s Mega Hits One Million Users within 24 Hours It might not get weirder than this Sony announces [...]
Google announces a 1.6 billion dollar London office, TSA plans to remove body scanners from airports, Apple’s smartphone market share may peak in 2013, new electronic pillbox text you reminders to take your pills, and Sprint announces plans for 4G LTE in 28 more cities. Related Links: Google to build new UK headquarters in London, [...]
DT Daily: Facebook app allows free calling for iPhone users, DOJ defends prosecution of Aaron Swartz
Facebook announces free calling for iPhone users, U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz defends the prosecution of Aaron Swartz, the FAA grounds Boeing’s 787 Dreamliners, Mediafire offers Android users 50GB of free cloud storage, Twitter opens an office in Brazil, AmazonMP3 hits the iPhone, Safari turns 10, and Google denies that a Street View car killed a [...]