Imagine the situation – your friends are together when a topic comes up and you all scramble for your phones to try and search for more information on it. Basically everyone is on their own smartphone or tablet trying to do some research, but wouldn’t it be more fun if everyone worked together and collaborated?

Well that’s what the HuddleLamp is hoping to achieve. The HuddleLamp is basically a 3D camera that sits above the tabletop. From there it will be able to detect your mobile devices beneath it, such as smartphones or tablets, and depending on how many devices is placed under the camera, it could basically turn multiple mobile devices into a large screen. Read full post →The HuddleLamp Turns Multiple Mobile Devices Into A Single Desktop

scout sv 640x426There are a lot of war video games these days based on real life military weapons and equipment to help make the game seem more realistic, and sure those games are fun, but beyond that, what does having skills in video games like Call of Duty or Battlefield allow us to accomplish?

Well if you think you’re a proficient gamer, it seem that the UK army might want you. According to Kevin Connell, the vice president at General Dynamics which is a global defence firm, it seems that they are on the lookout for people who play video games because it is these people that could one day be behind the wheel of the British Army’s smart tanks. Read full post →British Army’s Smart Tanks Could Be Driven By Gamers In The Future

wow dungeonBlizzard’s World of Warcraft will be turning 10 years old next month. That is a pretty impressive age for an MMORPG which has seen a decline in subscribers over the years, although having over 7 million active subscribers is still an impressive feat nonetheless and nothing to snub our noses at.

That being said, how long more can Blizzard continue pushing out content? Could World of Warcraft be reaching the end of its days? Well apparently not. Speaking to PC Gamer, World of Warcraft’s lead game designer Ion Hazzikostas expressed his belief that the game still had another 10 years ahead of it. Read full post →World Of Warcraft’s Lead Designer Believes The Game Will Survive Another 10 Years

test sony nex 7 aufmacherRumors of Sony launching a successor to the NEX-7 have been floating about for a while now, although it was just yesterday that we heard that a possible successor to the camera would be known as the Sony A7000 which seems to be keeping in line with Sony’s naming scheme, especially in the way of Sony dropping the “NEX” moniker.

That being said, the folks at Sony Alpha Rumors have recently gotten a tip from a source who claims to know some of the specs of the alleged Sony A7000 camera. For starters, the A7000 is rumored to feature a 256 phase detect system with 125 contrast detect points. It will borrow the NEX-6’s viewfinder, feature Tri Nav, a touchscreen display, and a sensor that has been engineered for high sensitivity. Read full post →Sony A7000 To Feature 256 Phase Detect System, Body Priced At $699 [Rumor]

samsung galaxy alpha 640x426Word on the street has it that Samsung is working on more devices similar to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, which is to say that these handsets will feature more of a metal build as opposed to a plastic one. One of these devices in question is the rumored Samsung A7 and thanks to the User Agent Profile spotted on Samsung’s website, some of the specs of the handset have been confirmed.

According to the User Agent Profile, the Samsung A7 will sport a Full HD display as well as an ARMv8-A CPU of the 64-bit variety. Unfortunately apart from the confirmation of the handset’s display resolution and its processor, not much else was revealed in the process, like its screen size, storage options, camera, battery size, RAM, and so on. Read full post →Samsung A7 Specs Spotted In User Agent Profile, Confirms Full HD Display

foxconn factory 680x3821 640x359As it stands, Foxconn’s role in the production of Apple’s products is more or less in assembling. They receive the components from Apple’s suppliers and piece together the final product which they then ship back to Apple where the company then puts it on sale. However it seems that Foxconn wants a bigger slice of the Apple pie.

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, their sources have informed them that Foxconn could be thinking about helping Apple build their displays as well. At the moment companies such as Sharp, LG Display, Japan Display, and Samsung are responsible for the creation of displays used in Apple’s products. Read full post →Foxconn Rumored To Be Interested In Helping Apple Produce Displays

moto 360 smartwatch review 1 640x426As it stands, Google has the lead when it comes to wearables in the market. There are multiple smartwatches in the market at the moment powered by Android Wear, and the Apple Watch has yet to be released. But if there was one way Google could really steal some market away from Apple, it would be to make Android Wear devices compatible with iOS.

Unfortunately as it stands, it is not compatible meaning that even if you loved devices like the Moto 360, unless you’re willing to get an Android phone to use with it, well you’d be out of luck. That being said, we’ve seen Google release their products and services for iOS before, and it looks like Android Wear will be no different. Read full post →Google Wants To Make Android Wear Devices Compatible With Other Platforms

mesa arizona 640x197According to our report from a couple of days ago, Apple and GT Advanced Technologies had reached a settlement regarding the latter’s bankruptcy filing. The settlement would also see GT Advanced Technologies begin to wind down production at their Mesa, Arizona plant and possibly sell off some of their furnaces to help repay their debt to Apple.

However interestingly enough, Apple has since come forward to state that the plant might not be completely shut down. Instead the Cupertino company could have their own uses for it and might repurpose it for something else. Read full post →Apple Could Be Thinking Of Repurposing GT’s Mesa Sapphire Plant

Nintendo has released Pokemon for iOS devices! Well, sort of. While it’s not a full-fledged version of the game, it is based around the Pokemon franchise. Dubbed Camp Pokemon, this is actually one of many Pokemon-related apps that Nintendo has released for mobile which includes Pokemon TV, Pokemon TCG Online, and the Pokedex.

That being said, the app has been designed for kids in mind, although we don’t see why adult fans of the Pokemon franchise can’t get a kick out of the app as well. The game will see players travel to Camp Pokemon where they will get to take part in Pokemon-themed activities that will ultimately teach them how to become Pokemon Trainers. Read full post →Nintendo Releases Camp Pokemon For iOS

iPhone 6 review 5 640x426The iPhone 6 Plus is one of two iPhone handsets Apple launched last month. It is also the largest model Apple has ever offered to date with a Full HD display with a screen size at 5.5-inches. Unfortunately it also seems to be the iPhone with the largest amount of problems. We had heard about Bendgate and now according to new reports, it seems that the iPhone 6 Plus is experiencing a lot of crashes.

There have been multiple posts on Apple’s Support Communities forum in which users are complaining that their iPhone 6 Plus is constantly crashing on them. In some cases, some users have been unfortunate enough to have their phones stuck in a reboot loop which meant that they had to bring it back to the Apple Store to get it fixed. Read full post →iPhone 6 Plus Owners Reporting Frequent Crashes On Their Device