Earlier this year, Korean based Samsung announced its flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4 to succeed the S3. But amidst the glamour, the hype and the anticipation who would've known that the release would be plagued with so many problems.
Tech rivals Apple and Samsung will be fighting a new battle this week as the Taiwanese made HTC One hits American shores. Pre-orders for the phone began on April 4th and was made available to AT&T customers on April 19th. T-Mobile customers can expect to get their hands on this new mobile contender April 24th. Here's what you need to know about the new HTC One.
Looks like Buzz Lightyear isn't the only one who wants to go to infinity and beyond. NASA has unveiled their next generation of space suits for excursions in space, which appear to be modelled after Toy Story's Space Ranger.
What started out as a Kickstarter project for a new video game console has turned into a phenomenon that has indie developers and gamers very interested. Ouya's Kickstarter project is considered one of the most successful, receiving a grand total of $8.6 million dollars from various backers of the project. Now, the Android powered console will be sent to developers to by the end of the month.
One of the coolest things in Japanese geek culture are those their robots. Aka, mechas. You know, those towering, man-piloted machines of destruction that carry loads of weaponry like shoulder missiles, chest machine guns and laser scythes. In past years, Japan has built several life-sized Gundam statues, which have many questioning: will we ever see a fully functional, man operated machine like this? Well, it looks like it's already here.
Tablets offer some pretty nice options for portable gaming, such as Apple's iPad, Samsung's Galaxy Tab, and Amazon's Kindle Fire. Microsoft has recently released a tablet of their own called the Surface, but it isn't quite built for gaming. That's where the Xbox Surface comes in, a 7-inch gaming tablet that could see Xbox gamers move to the mobile gaming market and more. Is the Xbox ready to go mobile or is this just another gimmick for Microsoft?
Big news for Apple fans! The Cupertino based company announced their brand new 7.9" tablet, the iPad mini today, which will be put up quite the fight in the mid-sized tablet market, one of which Amazon's Kindle Fire and Google's Nexus 7 have taken over. They've also announced a new, thinner iMac, a 13" MacBook Pro with Retina display, and a new iPad.
The Cupertino based tech giant, Apple, has had a big day today with the unveiling of more powerful iPod Touch (with Siri now installed), a redesigned iPod Nano, and of course, the much anticipated iPhone 5. In case you missed any of the live coverage, we have a nice list of new features, upgrades and improvements.
Looks like a new contender for portable gaming has entered the market, and it comes with an interesting name as well. The Droid X360 is a PS Vita copycat, offering some features that Sony's current handheld will have a run for its money... if you're into classic gaming emulators that is. Will this be a worthy portable system or portable flop?
Back in March, we mentioned that NTT Docomo announced their new EVA-unit themed smartphones (dubbed the SH-06D NERV). Now some really cool footage has been released showcasing the phone's features and specs while showcasing the phone's design that fans of Evangelion will get a kick out of.