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Gear VR: Samsung Headset Set for September Release?

David Smothers August 8, 2014

Could Samsung be launching the Gear VR headset in September? In July, Samsung firmware and upcoming devices tracking website SamMobile claimed that the Korean tech giant is working on a virtual reality device known as the “Gear VR.” This “Gear VR” is supposedly to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note 4 phablet and possibly new… Continue Reading »

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Watch Google’s I/O Keynote Right Here, Right Now

David Smothers June 25, 2014

It may just be a timer countdown for now, but at noon today the video above will turn into a livestream of Google’s I/O keynote. We’ll be liveblogging here as well—the stream usually lags, and doesn’t come with jokes—but for your full A/V experience, check the above. What are we expecting? You can get the… Continue Reading »

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The 8 Coolest New Tricks Your Nest Can Do

David Smothers June 24, 2014

Late last night, Nest announced its Developer Program: An initiative that’s going to allow more than 5,000 developers to tinker and build new Nest functionality. To kick things off, it’s launching with a handful of partner-enabled features, from your Benz telling your thermostat when you get close to home to your LIFX bulbs flashing red… Continue Reading »

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Google You Did it: Self Driving Car, Innovation At It’s Best

David Smothers May 28, 2014

Fully autonomous driving has always been the goal of our project, because we think this could improve road safety and help lots of people who can’t drive. We’re now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they’ll take you where you want to… Continue Reading »

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Google’s New Fashion-Savvy Exec Can’t Fix Glass’ Biggest Flaw

David Smothers May 18, 2014

Google has appointed a marketing guru as the new head of Google Glass. As she takes the reins of the company’s digital eyewear project, Ivy Ross isn’t trained as an engineer and has little experience in tech. Google plucked her straight out of the fashion industry, where she worked for companies like Coach and Calvin… Continue Reading »

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Apple and Google Agree to Stop Suing Each Other into Oblivion

David Smothers May 17, 2014

According to breaking reports from the Wall Street Journal, consumer electronics titans Google and Apple have just agreed to drop pending lawsuits against one another and work together to reform patent law. Wonder Twin powers activate! Apple and Google will end a patent dispute between the iPhone maker and the Web giant’s Motorola unit Apple… Continue Reading »

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Ready for The Next Evolution? Google Patents Contact Lenses That Contain Microcameras

David Smothers April 15, 2014

Add this one to the list of unbelievably cool things Google has in the works: It has filed a patent for a contact lens system that would include built-in cameras. The technology could potentially allow Google to shrink its wearable face computer — known as Google Glass — into the size of a single contact… Continue Reading »

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Ray-Ban Maker Luxottica To Bring Google Glass To Wider Market

David Smothers March 25, 2014

MILAN (Reuters) – Google (NSQ:GOOG) has teamed up with Ray-Ban maker Luxottica (MIL:LUX) in a bid to turn its Internet-connected Glass spectacles into a widely-available, stylish consumer product. In a statement late on Monday, Luxottica, the world’s biggest eyewear maker, said it had agreed to design, develop and distribute Glass eyewear, which so far has… Continue Reading »

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Buy an HP Chromebook 14, get free 4G data for life (some limits apply)

David Smothers February 3, 2014

There are a number of Chrome OS laptops that come in WiFi-only models or versions with mobile broadband support. Some even offer some free mobile data for two years. And if that’s not good enough for you — no there’s an option to pick up a Chromebook that comes with 200MB of free data per… Continue Reading »

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LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play edition review

David Smothers December 31, 2013

A great tablet struggling to find a value proposition It’s hard to say we weren’t surprised when Google seemingly randomly put two new Google Play edition devices up for sale on December 10th. The LG G Pad 8.3 (along with the Sony Z Ultra) is a new device in Google’s quasi-Nexus line that takes proven… Continue Reading »

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