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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...

Bloom Necklace for Misfit Shine Activity Tracker

04/23/2014, While Nike is busy firing its wearable team, Misfit is still ramping up its product lineup. Shine is my favorite activity tracker band for three reasons: it is the most elegant to wear, it features an unbeatable battery life (months vs. days or week) and...

LG G3 Photo Confirms 2560×1440 Resolution [Exclusive]

04/13/2014, We’re not yet in that crazy pre-launch rumor phase with the upcoming LG G3 phone, but things may start to heat up now: we have obtained a photo from a source that has proven reliable in the past, and we are 99.99% sure that this is indeed a photo of the...

Kolibree First Electrical Connected Toothbrush on Kickstarter

04/10/2014, The Kolibree electrical connected toothbrush got a lot of traction at CES and today, the company launched its Kickstarter campaign with pre-orders available to the public. The device features Bluetooth connectivity, sonic technology, an 8-axis...

Adobe Lightroom Mobile For iPad

04/08/2014, Lightroom is making its way to mobile, and it will arrive first on iPad. Adobe has just announced that this app would be available to subscribers to the Creative Cloud program and the Photoshop photography program. The mobile version of the app does not...

Grush, Connected Toothbrush with Games

04/03/2014, Another day, another connected toothbrush… the Grush one is slightly different from Kolibree, the first electrical connected toothbrush, because it will feature a few games at launch and it is not electrical. Note that the Kolibree team talked about...

Loopd, Hyper-Local Communication and Social CRM iPhone App

03/26/2014,   Using a proprietary version of multi-peer Bluetooth, the Loopd iOs application allows users to search and connect with contacts within a few feet without using a GPS. As the example described in the video (see above), you can see who you know at a...

NVIDIA GTX Titan Z Has 5760 Cores

03/25/2014, NVIDIA just announced a new monster graphics card: the Titan Z. It is a dual GPU Titan card that features 5760 cores, 12GB of memory and generates 8 TeraFLOPS of compute power – for $2999. That rounds the cost of each core to about 50 cents. This is...

NVIDIA Pascal Architecture Introduced

03/25/2014, At the GTC conference in San Jose, NVIDIA has officially introduced its next-generation architecture called Pascal (after scientist Blaise Pascal). Although it is “a couple of years away”, NVIDIA talked about a few new fundamental architecture changes...

HTC One M8: Hands-On Preview

03/25/2014, The best HTC smartphone ever just got a successor. The all new HTC One (aka HTC One M8) has been officially, and it will replace the HTC One M7 which came out just a year ago. There were quite a few leaks ahead of this launch, and many of them were spot...