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[Deal Alert] LG Tone+ HB730 Bluetooth Headset hits Daily Steals for $30

I have heard a lot of great things about the LG Tone+ Bluetooth headsets over the last few months from a number of people. I have yet to personally give them a run, but with a current deal running on Daily Steals that brings them to us for $30 per pair, I might just have…Read More…

Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge pics, finally!

We are only a couple of days away from the announcement which will usher in the new age of the Galaxy – at least according to Samsung. We have been waiting for ages and have had to endure multiple rumours and leaks, some which turns out to be true and other that don’t. Well, finally…Read More…

Kwikset brings official Kevo app to Android, unlock your door and more with just your phone in hand

While at CES this year I stocked by the Kwikset booth to take a look at their unlock solutions that used Bluetooth low energy tech to unlock your door without the need for a key. At the time, they only offered up an iOS app and key fobs. They were working on an app for…Read More…

3D Robotics Raises $50M To Develop Mobile-Enhanced Drones

Berkeley, CA-based 3D Robotics has raised $50 million in a Series C funding led by smartphone industry giant Qualcomm. The two companies plan to work together to combine 3D Robotics’ drones with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors, which power sensors, wireless communication, and cameras. “By working with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., we can bring advanced computing to the…Read More…

  • By Bernadette Tansey
  • Posted in economics
  • Also tagged 3D Robotics, Chris Anderson, Deals, drones, Entrepreneurship, faa, federal aviation administration, Financing, funding, innovation, Internet, , IT, Jordi Munoz, , National blog main, qualcomm, San Diego blog main, San Francisco, San Francisco blog main, ,

[Deal Alert] Speck cases go on a site wide 50% off flash sale for a limited time only

Looking for a new case for your Galaxy Note 4. One M8, Galaxy S5 or other phone? Maybe a folio for your Galaxy Tab 4? Regardless of what you are looking for, Speck probably makes a case for you. Currently the accessory manufacturer is offering up one heck of a sale for a very limited…Read More…

Report claims DirectX 12 will enable AMD and Nvidia GPUs to work side-by-side

New reports from developers claim that DirectX 12 can support GPUs from multiple vendors in the same system. Will enthusiasts finally be able to mix and match multiple GPU vendors?Read More…

  • By Joel Hruska
  • Posted in Technology
  • Also tagged AMD, APU, CPU, directx 12, DX11, dx12, Extreme, , GPU, Intel, low latency API, Mantle, NVIDIA

Poll shows Apple users would prefer a thicker iPhone with more battery power

Ah battery life, the bane of a smartphone user’s existence. Clearly classified as a first world problem, but can give you grey hairs and increased blood pressure any day of the week. A recent poll of over 3,100 9to5Mac readers indicates that most are not satisfied with current-generation iPhone battery life. Although the iPhone 6 has come a long way…Read More…

Moto E 2nd Gen makes its way to press in Motorola’s Mystery Box

Last week Motorola pushed out an email to select members of the press to let them know that a box would be on the way and set for delivery on the 25th of February. The delivery would coincide with an exciting announcement. The packages are arriving and inside a very well planned out home-built personal…Read More…

Marc Raibert Joins Robo Madness Boston, March 11: Here’s the Agenda

We’re two weeks away from one of the biggest robotics events in Boston tech history. Robo Madness Boston will take place the afternoon of Wednesday, March 11, at Google in Kendall Square. Here’s the full agenda, pending a few last-minute tweaks. I’m pleased to announce that famed roboticist Marc Raibert is joining the program. As a…Read More…

  • By Gregory T. Huang
  • Posted in economics
  • Also tagged Boston, Boston blog main, Boston Dynamics, Boston top stories, , IRobot, IT, Marc Raibert, National blog main, National top stories, Paolo Pirjanian, people, Robo Madness Boston, Robotics, , , spark capital, , Todd Dagres

Sony announces the Xperia E4g mid-ranger (video)

Sony have stated that they won’t be flooding the market with dozens of phones like some of its competitors, but that doesn’t mean they don’t see possibilities in certain market segments. Sony has just made its new Xperia E4g mid-ranger official. It is pretty much the same Sony Xperia E4 that was announced a few…Read More…

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