newvideoformatIt reads like a who’s who in the world of technology – when you hear names like Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix roll of the tongue, something big is coming, and it ain’t winter. Apparently, those names have decided to work together in order to usher in a new future which will change the way that the Internet works with video. In other words, a new video format might be in the pipeline that will benefit everyone.

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intel-skylakeWhen it comes to technological advancements, you can be sure that Intel is right at the forefront of things. In fact, their Skylake chip is said to be able to wake up your Windows 10 computer with your voice alone, now how about that? This is not a one trick pony, either, as here we are with word that the 14-nanometer sixth-generation Skylake chips will also be able to support wireless charging in addition to visual logins, now how about that for versatility?

Read full post →Intel Skylake Delivers Wireless Charging, Visual Logins



modelx-customizeAssuming you are flush with cash and would like something different in your garage as opposed to having a regular gas guzzler, you might want to settle for the Tesla Model X “Signature Series”, which would set you back by a whopping $132,000. This new crossover SUV from the electric car manufacturer has also opened up the door for owners to modify it accordingly.

Read full post →Tesla Model X Signature Series Ready To Be Modified


nextbit-robinNow here is a smartphone that you might want to consider getting if storage space seems to be a huge issue with you – especially when you start to make recordings in Full HD resolution all the time. The Nextbit Robin has launched as a Kickstarter project, where it will certainly lose out on points when it comes to the aesthetics, but the whole idea would be to have it deliver a maximum level user friendliness and being hooked up to the cloud.

Read full post →Nextbit Robin Kicks Off As Crowdfunding Project


canyon bikeWhen you think of Android Wear, your mind probably thinks of smartwatches. This is because unlike smartphones or tablets, smartwatches have screens that are too small for regular Android to function properly, which has made Google create alternatives such as Android Wear. That being said, if you’re looking to make your bike “smarter”, Canyon might have something for you.

The company, together with a partnership with Sony, has announced a new computer designed for your bicycle that will rely on Android Wear for its computing needs. It will reportedly be able to track all sorts of things during your ride, like the distance you have travelled, elevation gains/drops, speed, path tracking, navigation via Google Maps, and also the ability to work with third-party apps such as Strava. Read full post →Canyon Makes Your Bike “Smart” WIth An Android Wear Computer


lumia_950_xlNow some of you guys might have heard us report on devices like the Lumia 940, Lumia 940 XL, Lumia 950, and the Lumia 950 XL. The specs of these devices are similar which has created some confusion, but a recent tweet by @evleaks has cleared it up. According to him, Microsoft’s Lumia flagship will be officially branded as the Lumia 950, not the Lumia 940.

Like we said, both model numbers have been tossed around before and we have to admit we ourselves were just as confused, so hopefully this makes it clearer now. Of course it is still a rumor as Microsoft has yet to confirm it, so take it with a grain of salt for now, but given @evleaks’ track record, there might be some truth to his claims. Read full post →Microsoft’s Lumia 950 Flagship Branding “Confirmed”


samsung-galaxy-tab-s2Last week Samsung announced their latest tablet in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Both tablets pack some pretty decent specs and the good news is that if you were wondering when you might be able to get your hands on the tablet, you won’t have to wait much longer because Sprint has announced its availability.

According to the carrier, the Galaxy Tab S2 will be officially available via the carrier on the 3rd of September, which is this coming Thursday. The tablet will be priced at $648 for the full price if you’d rather not buy it on contract. However if you don’t mind being tied to a contract with Sprint, the tablet will be sold at a slight discount at $548. Read full post →Galaxy Tab S2 Arrives On Sprint September 3


scosche-boombottle-plusIf you love cycling outdoors and want to listen to music, there aren’t many options that are designed specifically for cyclists in mind. You could buy mounts to hook up speakers to your handlebars, or you could wear earphones which is admittedly a tad dangerous since you need to be able to hear oncoming traffic.

However Scosche is here to the rescue with the BoomBottle+. As you can see from the photos, the BoomBottle+ has been designed for cyclists in mind as its shape will fit the bottle holder on most bicycles with each. Of course this means having to sacrifice your bottle of water, but if you’re carrying a bag you could always put your water in there. Read full post →Scosche’s BoomBottle+ Has Been Designed For Cyclists


LG_WATCH_URBANE_LIFESTYLE_01As far as a “new” smartwatch from LG is concerned, it is probably the LG Watch Urbane Luxe that was announced several days ago. This is basically the LG Watch Urbane made with 23-karat gold and with a heftier price tag, but according to the folks at Android Police, it seems that LG has a newer smartwatch in the works.

According to their sources, they have been tipped that LG will announce the device towards the end of the month, which is a bit odd given that IFA would have been a perfect opportunity to show it off. Not much is known about the watch right now, except that it will sport a circular face and will feature two additional buttons, meaning that in total the upcoming watch will have three buttons. Read full post →LG Has A New Smartwatch Planned For This Month [Rumor]


star_wars_battlefrontGiven that DICE knows a thing or two about shooters, safe to say that many gamers are excited to see what they can do for Star Wars Battlefront. So far from what we have seen about the game, Star Wars Battlefront looks pretty amazing in terms of graphics and in terms of gameplay, but there’s nothing quite like playing it for yourselves, right?

The good news is that if you’re curious about the game and wait for its release, you’re in luck because it has been announced that come early October, the beta for the game will be released on the PC, Xbox One, and the PlayStation 4. No specific dates were mentioned by EA, only that it will be released “early October”, so we guess we’ll just have to keep an eye out for it. Read full post →Star Wars Battlefront Beta Arriving In October