With Windows 8 finally launching this month, it’s only a matter of time before the web is flooded with prices of upcoming PCs, the first among which this month hail from Sony VAIO’s Japan branch. Starting with the Duo 11 slider PC, it’s expected to go for about ¥150,000 ($1,930) when it launches in Japan
The idea of a "Pinterest for men" is something that gets thrown around a lot — a few months ago, it seemed like I’d get a pitch for a new one every day. Tapiture is one of the newer contenders, but its traffic numbers suggest that it has a chance at claiming the title.
It helps that the site is associated
While they may not be as fluffy as man’s best friend, a trio of quadrotor robots have learned to play catch.
Researchers in Switzerland attached a net to the quadrotors, which cooperate to catch objects thrown their way. The drones then slingshot the objects back up, and try to retrieve them again.
A week ago Facebook got itself caught up in yet another privacy controversy, when old Wall posts from 2007-09 were automatically converted into Timeline posts. The confusion was that for some people, those old posts seemed private in nature. So it was thought that Facebook had mistakenly turned private
It’s been nearly a year since a company called FreedomPop announced its intentions (though a cryptically ambitious press release, no less) that it planned to bring “free broadband” to data-hungry users nationwide. The early FreedomPop site didn’t inspire much confidence, but it wasn’t long before the
1. Sleeping Puppy Dreaming
This adorable pup makes some super cute noises. Click here to view this gallery.
You know the phrase "let sleeping dogs lie?" Well, we quite agree, but would also add — "and be sure
So Dish is the latest company interested in building an Internet TV service, as Bloomberg reported last week that it was in talks with various networks about licensing their content and delivering it over-the-top. But while an over-the-top live TV would certainly be a welcome choice among video options,
It was almost a year ago that we first heard about FreedomPop, a startup built on the manifesto that every American (yes, you) should have access to free wireless broadband. Ten months later, the pay-as-you-go service is launching in beta, with "free" meaning 500MB of data per month. For the time being,
The HP ElitePad is a Windows 8 tablet engineered for the needs of enterprise customers. Backed by HP’s management and security software, it packs Intel’s latest Atom processor, ensuring power efficiency and compatibility with older Windows apps.Click here to view