Marshall Headphones has just released the its Marshall Major 50 FX 50th Anniversary headphones. The pair of headphones promises amped up sounds and will feature a classic vintage look. It comes in a carrying case for storage and travel. It also has an apple-certified microphone and remote, and More >
With the age of the CD slowly drawing to a close, USBs are quickly becoming the new standard of information storage. With some ranging into the Terabyte (1000 Gigabytes) range in capacity, these highly portable, efficient devices have become a part of everyday life. Another clear example of this More >
It seems that Google has done it again. Rather than to let me get on with my day, it has created an augmented reality game, Ingress, that uses your Android OS phone to turn everything that surrounds you into a game.
Throughout your city there will be More >
Flash drives come in all shapes and sizes, and you can even get some shaped like LEGOs or your favorite Star Wars characters. But most flash drives are kind of bulky or flimsy to have with you all the time. You’re almost always going to lose or break the cap, and eventually they will stop working More >
Hard drive technology has come a long way in the age of computers. Before hard drives were bigger than a shoe box, now hard drives can fit in the palm of your hand. As our computers have become faster and smaller, so have all the components that drive it. The Agency for Science, Technology and More >
Well this came out of left field, WAY from left field. Disney has just acquired LucasFilm from owner George Lucas for 4 [insert Dr. Evil reference here] billion dollars. On top of this, it was also announced that Star Wars: Episode VII is slated for a 2015 release date. With George Lucas retiring, More >
Many gamers underestimate the huge impact audio has on creating a fully immersible experience. The Astro A50 will entice you into replaying old favorites just to experience the breathtaking audio that we were all meant to enjoy.
A good headset is one of the few gaming accessories that can really More >
Razer announces new upcoming line of gaming surfaces: Invicta, Manticor, Destroctor 2, and Megasoma 2
A brand that any hardcore or professional PC gamer knows all too well, Razer’s, products have always been known for two major points; design, and quality. While seemingly straying away from peripherals and into the mobile gaming market, Razer still manages to impress once in a while with something More >
There are as many car chargers on the market as there are different phones. Different phones mean different plugs. What if you lost your phone and had to get a new one. Is the new one the same model as the old one? Is it different enough that your previous accessories won’t work. That means your More >
Just when you thought HD was already good enough, TV companies are busy developing better technology for higher-def television sets. The Consumer Electronics Association has given a name to home displays with 4K resolution, Ultra HD. This really comes as no surprise to HD fans, but it’s now More >
UK audio company RHA has recently released a new set of noise isolating aluminium earphones, the RHA MA-350. I’m normally more of an over-ear headphone type, but after spending a few weeks with these earbuds RHA has me thoroughly converted.
These sleek earphones have a simple and elegant look, and More >
You can’t say you are any type of geek unless you’ve seen or played at least one of the Portal games from Valve. This mind-bending and sometimes frustrating puzzle game (for me at least) is nothing more than addicting. But after you’ve solved the puzzles, you will find yourself wanting to play with More >
A few weeks ago Apple said it would stop UDID tracking altogether. However, with the new iOS 6 Apple has introduced something called “identifier for advertisers”, IFA for short. Any iDevice running iOS 6 will have this new features added along with its troubled Apple maps.
IFA will give your device More >
NTT Docomo has started a service that lets you translate words in real time using an Augmented Reality (AR) app on your smart phone. The service is called Utsushite Honyaku. Its a service that has been offered as a trial version only but is now ready for full commercial use. Not only can it More >
How many stories of gamer ID’s getting hacked do we have to hear before us gamers stand up and take charge of our password? Whether you game on Steam, Xbox Live, or even on PSN…the fact of the matter is our gaming persona’s and in many cases our credit card info is all up for the taking unless we More >
The 3D Film Festival was a week long event that celebrated all things 3D. The Regal Cinemas in Downtown Los Angeles showcased 3D movies that included my personal favorite, Night of the Living Dead. LG also had a surprise there for those looking to kill some time. Across the street from the Regal More >
One of the big problems for electric vehicles has always been charging time. Every generation of electric vehicles is getting better and better with the range it can travel. However, when it comes to charging those vehicles, it takes hours, sometimes a full overnight charge. This is a huge More >
If you’ve seen the Iron Man films, you must be familiar with J.A.R.V.I.S., Tony Stark’s artificially intelligent computer. One of the coolest tech demonstrated was when Tony can easily manipulate objects in 3D space, like his Mark I, II, III armor, or when he is discovering new elements. We’ve More >
A new plug-and-play device is soon going to be launched and will make your regular TV into a sweet entertainment hub. SmartStick is making this possible by streaming via Netflix, HULU, EPIX and others. You can stream music through Pandora or Spotify, stream your favorite videos on YouTube, and More >
This week a California judge has lifted the ban of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the U.S. The ban was lifted after a jury found that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 did not infringe on any of Apple iPad’s design.
Judge Lucy Koh wrote in her judgement, “The public has no interest in enjoining a More >
Roccat is new to the computer accessory scene so some of you may not have heard of them. But just because they are new does not mean they don’t bring the fire power. With the Roccat Kave 5.1, they bring it in full force. I’ve had this for about a week now and it’s great.
I really love the More >
Gaming on a PC has its various quirks. Primarily, you have to figure out what makes you comfortable when doing those multi-hour marathon sessions, whether playing a lot of Counter Strike, or just trying to get through a raid on WoW without wanting to stab the guildmate that keeps screwing More >
Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt spoke at a recent Tokyo event and talked about the controversial move by Apple to ditch Google Maps in favor of their own Map app for the new iOS 6 update in iPhone 5 devices. Google isn’t planning anything to try to sway Apple to bring Google Maps to the More >
Oh yes, the future is so close. Remember the scene in Minority Report where Tom Cruise gets inside a fully-automated self-driving Lexus? Looks like we can thank Google for making the technology a reality to public streets soon. Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a law Tuesday that will allow self-driving More >
If you have both your iOS device or Android device and your PlayStation 3 on the same network, fire up Netflix on both and you will be able to use your iDevice or Android device as a second controller! Once both devices have Netflix up and running, you can use your iPhone, for example, to browse More >