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Zepp Offers 3D Tennis Swing Analysis On The Go

05/20/2014, Zepp Labs today announced the launch of “the first ever consumer technology” that lets tennis players and coaches analyze serves in 3D. The improved and updated Zepp Tennis app enables them to analyze all of that crucial information on their...

Surface 3 Tablet Goes Big And Thin

05/20/2014, We are at the Microsoft Surface event in NYC today where Microsoft has unveiled the Surface Pro 3, a 12-inch touch computer that is powerful, much thinner than Surface Pro 2 (and Surface Pro), and the best PC device for hand-writing. From the outside,...

Opera TV Store Gets Washington Post App

05/20/2014, One of the leading U.S. newspapers, The Washington Post, happens to be expanding their online video reach through the launch of “PostTV” on Opera Software’s app platform that will target Smart TV setups. PostTV is theonline home for Washington Post...

Tobii EyeX Controllers Begins To Ship To Developers

05/19/2014, The folks over at Tobii Technology, who happen to be the global leader in eye tracking, has just announced that it has begun to ship the Tobii EyeX Controller to developers who did place a pre-order for the dev kit earlier. The first batch will be shipped...

Sony RX100M3 Camera Officially Revealed

05/15/2014, The Sony RX100M3 (RX100 Mark 3) has leaked quite a bit in the past 24 hours, but it is now officially announced by Sony. The new high-performance, compact camera comes out with a new lens which features a wider focal length and a better aperture (A Zeiss...

NVIDIA Shield Gets Half-Life 2 (And Portal)

05/12/2014, After teasing us by sending a Half-Life crowbar late last week, NVIDIA and Valve have made it official: Half-Life 2 and Portal are coming to Android, but only on the NVIDIA Shield Android Portable Console for the time being. Portal was rumored since...

Parrot Bebop Drone Dedicated to Video Shooting – Hands-On

05/11/2014, Last Wednesday in San Fancisco, Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux showed us several demos of the company’s brand new Bebop Drone, which is basically a 180 degree view 14 MP camera equipped with four three-blade propellers. After the success of the A.R. Drone,...

Samsung NX3000 SMART Camera

05/08/2014, Samsung is updating its NX SMART Camera series today with the addition of the Samsung NX3000 SMART , the successor of the NX2000. The key difference from the previous model is the size reduction of the display to make room for physical buttons, a feature...

Intel Core i3 4th Generation Powered Chromebooks Launched

05/06/2014, A new lineup of Chrome devices was unveiled at an event today in San Francisco by Intel and other corporations. These include the first devices powered by Intel Celeron processors based on the Bay Trail-M system-on-chip. The highlight of this event was...

Lenovo N20 and N20p Chromebooks Revealed

05/05/2014, Lenovo has just announced two consumer-level Chromebooks, the N20 and N20p, making it the first time that the PC manufacturer enters that specific market. Previously, the rugged Thinkpad 11e (launched in late January 2014) could run Windows or Chrome, but...

Sleevely, Smart Baby Bottle on Kickstarter

05/01/2014, Feeding a baby is the most important activity parents have to perform during her/his early life, and it takes a lot of time. So here comes Sleevely, the smart devicesthat promises to help feed better the 130 million babies who are born every year....

Sony A77 II with BIONZ X processor and 79-points AF

05/01/2014, The Sony A77 II is now officially the successor of the Sony A77 DSLR camera which was introduced to the market 3 years ago, in summer 2011.  The new 24.3 megapixel interchangeable lens camera packs some serious performance and nice enhancements such as...

LeapFrog Announced the LeapBand Wearable Activity Tracker for Kids

04/30/2014, LeapFrog, the company that designs electronic gadgets for kids is jumping in the wearable bandwagon. Leapband is a smart watch for kids that helps them stay active and learn healthy habits by taking care of their own virtual pet. During my briefing, I was...