A few lucky people have already managed to get their hands on a PlayStation Vita, including us here at SlashGear, a handful of contest winners, people who work in the industry, etc. But the device doesn’t officially go on sale in the US until Wednesday, and in preparation for that Sony has made
While we get ready for MWC to begin Samsung is apparently next to reveal a few new handsets, as it just posted the details for its new Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy mini 2. Like their earlier incarnations, the Ace 2 has the best specs of the two, with a dual-core 800MHz processor, HSDPA 14.4 connectivity,
Earlier this week, we shared how to trick out your Pinterest Boards with a simple hack. Then, we asked you to share your own creations. And that’…
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. But how sweet is the latest advancement in personal caretaking robots? This creation, known affectionately as Romeo, says he will functional enough to assist humans with their chores later this year. At least, that’s
After much sound and fury in its legal proceedings for IP infringement against Google, Oracle’s claims continue to be whittled away. Judge Alsup has been on Oracle’s case to downgrade its damages claims for months now, and on Friday, he got yet another reason to do so. Ellison’s crew has finally withdrawn
Moneto has announced that is has expanded its flagship Near Field Communication (NFC) platform to Android, and has added support for six Samsung Galaxy S devices. This is in addition to the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPhone 4S, which were already supported by the company. The moneto platform
Bio-inspired bees made from stacks of carbon fiber are buzzing right off the production line at Harvard’s Microrobotics Lab.
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The city of Chattanooga offers significant incentives for relocating geeks. This and more in today’s Daily Wrap.
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Redditors are well known for posting memes, self-referencing jokes and collecting upvotes and karma. But writing legislation to protect the Inte…
Even if you, like me, have no interest in professional basketball, chances are you’ve heard of New York Knicks player Jeremy Lin. The Harvard graduate-turned pro baller has swept the nation with his zero-to-hero story and his masterful skill at the sport. The problem is that no one really even