1200_600_Opt2Augmented World Expo (AWE) is back for its seventh year in our largest conference and expo featuring technologies giving us superpowers: augmented reality, virtual reality, and wearable tech.

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There are many smartwatches available in the market today, but if there is one thing that many of them have in common, it would be the fact that they sport digital displays and watchfaces. This means that if you’re after a more classic analog look, your options are considerably less, with the Withings Activite being one of them. Read full post →Garmin’s Vivomove Is A Stylish Analog Smartwatch


htc-10-lifestyleA couple of days ago we reported that Verizon had begun taking pre-orders for the HTC 10. The good news is that if you had pre-ordered the handset, it seems that customers are now reporting that Verizon has recently sent out emails informing them that their orders have been shipped, which from what we can tell should arrive on the 5th of May. Read full post →Verizon Begins Shipping The HTC 10 To Customers



One of the early problems with virtual reality was the fact that it caused users to have motion sickness, and which nausea is part of it. However today it looks like headsets such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive appear to have done a decent job of addressing it, although they have yet to eliminate it entirely. Read full post →Microsoft Working To Help Deal With Nausea When Using VR


bbm-video-betaLooking to make video chats on your smartphone? There are plenty of apps that can do that, like LINE, Skype, FaceTime, and if the rumors are to be believed, it looks like WhatsApp could soon be gaining video calling features as well. However if you are a BBM user, you might be pleased to learn that the video chat feature is rolling out to both iOS and Android devices as we speak. Read full post →BBM Video Chat Makes Its Way Onto iOS And Android


music-memos-appleApple Music was launched last year after it was rumored that Apple would be revamping and relaunching Beats Music, which ultimately resulted in the service that more than 13 million people have come to know today. Apple has made a lot of changes to the UI and tweaked certain things since its launch, but a bit reboot is said to be on its way. Read full post →Apple Music Could See Huge Revamp This June [Rumor]


tmo star wars extensionIt is no secret that T-Mobile does not play nicely with the other carriers in the industry, who are obvious rivals but for the most part have avoided getting in each other’s face, save for T-Mobile whose outspoken CEO John Legere has no problems with speaking his mind, which sometimes has caused some controversy. Read full post →T-Mobile Throws Shade At AT&T With May The 4th Chrome Extension


iphone seThere are many gadgets created over the course of time that have left a huge impact on the world, in turn spurring newer and more advanced versions, and at the same time opening up the doors to other kinds of inventions. For example vinyl was one of the early mediums of recording music, but obviously the need to be able to record more music and at better quality eventually led to the CD, and so on. Read full post →TIME Names iPhone As The Most Influential Gadget Of All Time


tmo star wars extensionOne of the things we love about Android is the ability to do all sorts of things we want with the phone, thanks to the bevy of tools and tweaks available for the platform. One of those tools is the ability to block ads, something that Android has been doing a long time before iOS ever got the feature. Read full post →Opera Mini For Android Now Comes With An Ad Blocker


google_lightsaberAre you a fan of Star Wars? If you are, it is pretty obvious that we don’t need to tell you what today means. In case you are not a fan of the franchise, or maybe you’re just casually interested in it, today is the 4th of May, which also means that it is Star Wars Day, or also known as “May the 4th be with you”. Read full post →Google Has A Nifty Little Star Wars Game You Can Play In Your Browser