Latest News - October 2014
- Drag Queens Beat Facebook Into Submission Causing 'Real Name' Reversal
- Google 'Drive For Education' Gives Students Unlimited Cloud Storage
- Comcast Cloud X1 DVR Can Stream Your Favorite Recorded Shows On Any Connected Device
- One City Angel Investor Ron Conway’s MyBook Video Pokes Fun At Tech Device Mega-Hype
- Dell's Venue 8 2014 Tablet Runs Android Powered By Intel, Our Full Review
- Hackers Nabbed In Sting For Stealing $100 Million In IP From The US Army And Microsoft
- Here's How To Score A Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 for $100 Or LG G Pad 7.0 LTE For $1 Via AT&T
- Kawasaki’s Latest Crotch Rocket Ninja Super Bike Is So Power It’s Not Street Legal
- Would You Buy A Gold iPad? Reports Say Apple Thinks You Will
- Zotac Squeezes Intel Haswell CPU Into Palm-Sized ZBOX Nano XS Mini PC
- NVIDIA Shield Gaming Tablet Gains 4G LTE and 32GB Of Storage, Shipping Now For $399
- AMD Demonstrates ARM-based APU, New Class Of Network Hardware
All News for October 2014
Last weekend, we wrote about Ello, a proposed "Facebook-killer". Despite its myriad of lacking features and minimalistic interface, the service has grown incredibly in the past couple of weeks, all thanks to a bad move made by Facebook: Forcing people best-known under an alias to use their real names. The drag... Read more...
You could argue that the modern backpack is cloud storage, and if that's the case, you'd be hard pressed to find an offline bag that can compete with Google's "Drive for Education" initiative. Not that you'd want to -- the weight of such a thing would be overbearing, because what Google is offering is unlimited Drive... Read more...
Good news for Comcast customers who have to travel a lot of live with someone who hogs the TV. Comcast has announced that it is rolling out its X1 DVR with cloud technology with the purpose of making it easier for customers to keep up with their shows. The X1 DVR comes with some new features that includes the ability... Read more...
As a way of promoting the One City initiative, and Circle the Schools, tech advocacy group sf.citi released a spoof video that makes fun of the furor that occurs during the unveiling of a new tech product. Founded by investor Ron Conway, sf.citi’s goal is to help bring tech companies and communities in San... Read more...
While the company never found footing in the cutthroat smartphone arena, Dell is still keeping its toe dipped in tablet waters. Around six months after shipping its initial Venue 8, Dell’s latest edition, the Venue 8 3840, is a vast improvement. The new $179 Venue 8 maintains the same product name as the... Read more...
Four members belonging to an international computer hacking ring have been indicted. The Justice Department released a press release that revealed the members were charged with breaking into the computer networks of tech companies and even the U.S. Army. The estimated value of the theft of intellectual property is... Read more...
The wireless wars are in full swing, and while much of the initial skirmishes involved T-Mobile and Sprint going back and forth with each other, let's not forget that AT&T is right in the thick of things. Hot on the heels of announcing double the data for free on select mobile share plans, AT&T today unveiled... Read more...
Occasionally we'll report on stories that are off the beaten path for a PC and technology website, and though it doesn't happen often, some announcements and happenings are just too big (or awesome) to ignore. This is one of them. If you're a fan of technology in general or of motorcycles or of Kawasaki (and... Read more...
Say it with us now, "Gold is best!" That's the line made hilariously famous by a TeamCoco (Conan O'Brien) skit mocking the gold iPhone, but in all seriousness, the gold color option has turned into, well, a golden egg for Apple. It's apparently so popular that Apple will reportedly offer a gold color option for its... Read more...
If there's a company that knows how to build a pint sized PC, it's Zotac, makers of a about a million different ZBOX models (we rounded up a bit). Zotac's newest creation is the ZBOX Nano XS. It's small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet packs an Intel Core i3 4030U dual-core processor based on Haswell... Read more...
If you somehow resisted buying an NVIDIA Shield gaming tablet earlier this year, you're in luck: there's a better model ready for your hard-earned dollars. The Android-based, gaming-centric slate is now available with 32GB of storage as well as a 4G LTE radio, with pre-orders open today. It's selling for $100 more... Read more...
Today, at ARM TechCon, AMD is kicking off the conference by launching its new embedded ARM platform (codenamed Hierofalcon) and its associated ARM Cortex-A57 chip, codenamed Seattle. This new solution is debuting inside the first ARM-based network function virtualization platform, and is meant as a proof-of-concept... Read more...