Archive for the ‘Gadget News’ Category

Samsung Galaxy A3 & A5 – Ultra Thin Android Handsets

Samsung Galaxy A3 & A5 - Ultra Thin Android Handsets

Samsung has revealed a pair of new ultra slim smartphones the Galaxy A3 and A5. But don’t let size fool you. This duo is still packed with a few iPhone troubling premium specifications for those who prefer an Android experience.

Packed into a 6.9mm thick body, the features of the Samsung Galaxy A3 include 4.5” …

Apple Says: We’ll Never Make Cheap Phones

Apple Says: We'll Never Make Cheap Phones

Ever the faithful servant of the financially affluent, the hardworking middle class and the socially mobile businessman, Apple has today announced their dedication to their current theme of outlandishly expensive tech – when Apple’s VP of iPhone marketing Greg Joswiak spoke out on the subject at the Code/Mobile tech conference held this week.

Joswiak, or …

Blackberry Debuts New Classic Style Mobile

Blackberry Debuts New Classic Style Mobile

Intent on turning around the struggling Canadian smartphone brand, new(ish) Blackberry CEO Jason Chen has just announced Blackberry’s new phone. Apparently for the company, the best way forward is to go back to their roots – the new Blackberry classic appears to echo a simpler time, when the smartphone manufacturer was a bit more prolific.…

Google Modular Phone Trademarked as ‘Ara’

Google Modular Phone Trademarked as 'Ara'

Google’s modular ‘lego model’ smartphone, known as Project Ara, has been making headlines ever since a combination of subtle leaks and media attention brought the phone to the public eye. Finally a copyright for the technology along with a final name for the device has been spotted at the US Copyright office.

Project Ara is …

NFC Pay System CurrentC Hacked Already

NFC Pay System CurrentC Hacked Already

Here’s another cautionary tale from the tech industry, especially for the slew of up and coming startups and companies involved in the NFC payment business that’s set to explode in early 2015 (along with just about every other new tech phenomenon, it’s been a busy 5 years).

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Google X Pill To Spot Cancer With Nanotech

 Google X Pill To Spot Cancer With Nanotech

If cancer was a person, we’d be first in line to kick them right in the crotch.

Thankfully though, massive tech companies are stepping in to potentially reduce the death toll from this nasty affliction, companies like Google, and their mad science department known as Google X.

Google X are known for sending balloons filled …

Naim Launches the mu-so its First Wireless Music System

Naim Launches the mu-so its First Wireless Music System

High end British audio equipment manufacturer Naim Audio is causing shock waves in the industry with its first wireless music system called mu-so.

Naim is well known for producing some of the finest audio equipment available, which has seen the company work with Bentley Motors to deliver a world class in-car audio system. Naim Audio …

WWE Network Billing Revised – No Commitment, Netflix Style Payments

WWE Network Billing Revised – No Commitment, Netflix Style Payments

WWE today announced a change in its payment structure for the WWE network and also gave some hope for potential UK subscribers.

While addressing the company’s overall third quarter earnings World Wrestling Entertainment revealed the total number of subscribers to the on-demand grapple fest that is the WWE Network is currently 731,000 with 182,000 of …

New Copyright Policy Bans Google Glass From Cinemas in the U.S

New Copyright Policy Bans Google Glass From Cinemas in the U.S

Just picked up a sweet set of Google Glass and think you can wear them anywhere you like? Well think again, as cinemas and theatres in the U.S are banning them as part of a change to copyright policy.


To most it’s common sense not to whip out a device with recording function while out …

EE Launches 4G+ Data Network in London

EE Launches 4G+ Data Network in London

City life just got a whole lot faster for folks in London as EE has just switched on its 4G+ data networking in the capital.

The UK’s biggest mobile operator and one of the early networks to board the speeding 4G train announce today that EE customers in Central London will be the first to …