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Blackberry 10.3 Adds New Siri-Like Feature


As the launch for the new Blackberry 10.3 operating system gets closer and closer each day, Blackberry is trying to find ways to create some hype around their products. They’ve finally officially confirmed that with the new launch, Blackberry handhelds will be getting their own Siri-like virtual assistant program. Blackberry has been faced with some serious issues as far as the ... Read More »

Model 3 Is New Tesla Car


Tesla Motors has made up their mind about the new automobile the company is planing to launch. The target price for the car once it’s released into the market is $35,000. The number is meant to be competitive and so is the name, the Model 3. The Model 3 has had a couple of renames before even being marketed. Ford apparently ... Read More »

Codlight’s cPulse Innovating Cell Phone Cases


The cPulse case is a one of a kind cell phone case which allows users to customize the way the back of their cell phone appears. Basically the case is an LED lighting system which allows customers to program the lights to create any lighting pattern or image their heart desires. The cell phone case is just beginning to skim ... Read More »

Phaser from StarTrek – Gesture Remote Control


ThinkGeek has designed and released a wonderful new product for Star Trek fans to embrace. The new product is a gesture based remote control that can sync up with your iDock, Television or even your stereo, among other gadgets. The new product is targeting Star Trek fans and its release couldn’t come at a better time than now, especially with ... Read More »

Rap Genius Becomes Genius


The well known rap lyric website Rap Genius has officially re-branded their service. They reportedly raised over $40 million dollars to setup the new service which they have renamed to simply Genius. The service began by offering the meaning behind the lyrics of songs; you could search what a specific lyric meant in a specific song. For example, someone could search ... Read More »

Neil Young to Lead PonoMusic as New CEO

Pono music player

Neil Young has taken the helm at PonoMusic making him a technology CEO for the first time in his career. PonoMusic is an idea started by Mr. Young which resembles a music streaming platform. Young helped gain 18,000 backers during the Kick starter campaign for the service. The company is designing a portable music player and creating an online store ... Read More »

NHL15 New Cover Revealed


Patrice Bergeron has been revealed as the new player on the front of EA Sports NHL15. The game is set to be released sometime this fall. Patrice helped lead the Bruins throughout the past couple of post-seasons in playoffs. He’s held the cup before, which makes his candidacy legitimate. The runner-up was P.K Subban from the Montreal Canadiens who won ... Read More »

LG Reveals New Flexible TV Screen

LG Provided

LG has revealed their new 18-inch flexible and transparent television screen. Just how flexible? So flexible that the screen easily rolls into into a slim 2.4 inch (6 centimeter) cylindrical profile. That’s impressive, and equally impressive is its ability to maintain its display while rolled up. The screen features a High-Definition 1200×810 resolution that uses OLED Technology. An OLED is a light-emitting diode containing thin flexible ... Read More »

Keeping Tabs on Kids’ Web Time with the Kudoso Router


Tech entrepreneur and working dad Rob Irizzary has come up with a clever way to regulate kids’ internet usage by developing the Kudoso Router. This router allows parents to set goals and chores for kids to do. When tasks are accomplished, minutes for web surfing are unlocked. The Kudoso system includes an interface wherein parents list  jobs to be accomplished. ... Read More »

Cardboard – Google’s take on VR


By now I’m sure the tech savvy among you have heard of Google’s somewhat controversial new product: Google Cardboard. Cardboard is Google’s attempt to break in to the VR scene, but with a nice twist; It’s hyper affordable. You see, Cardboard is made of, you guessed it, cardboard. The device (If you can call it that) is a piece of ... Read More »

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