MCX Mobile payments rolling out to Walmart and other locations in Ohio
Mobile payments have been making their way to a bunch of retailers around the world, but some of the biggest companies in the US have yet to adopt mobile payments. Three years ago a group of retailers in the US working under the Merchant Customer Exchange umbrella decided to enter the mobile payments market. That Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) partnership … Continue reading...
Joby GripTight Auto Vent Clip keeps your smartphone secure
I find in my area that the maps that are on my TomTom GPS device leave a lot to be desired, especially in rural areas. TomTom has a very hard time with rural county roads and I often end up going to my Android smartphone and Google Maps to find my way. In that instance I am always looking for … Continue reading...
Intel’s new Compute Stick packs 6th Gen Core M into dongle
Intel's Compute Stick was the surprise PC of CES 2015, a full computer packed into a TV dongle, and now it's getting a new 6th-gen Core upgrade. Announced today, the new Intel Core M Compute Stick keeps the basic premise of its predecessor - essentially a headless laptop intended to plug straight into an HDTV or monitor - but gives … Continue reading...
Black Ops III pre-orders include Nuk3town multiplayer map
The next game in the Call of Duty franchise is Black Ops III set to launch on November 6. This game will certainly sell in droves with CoD being one of the most popular multiplayer shooters in the world. Black Ops III is set in the future with combat taking place in 2065 and features refreshed gameplay and a new … Continue reading...
Curiosity’s latest Mars discovery: a floating ‘spoon’
NASA's Curiosity rover keeps snapping pictures of things that look like other things, and some people insist it's all proof of a grand conspiracy and/or aliens. We haven't actually stumbled upon an alien yet (at least as far as we've been told), but we have come across rocks that look like rats, crabs, a woman, a pyramid, pieces of old … Continue reading...
Curiosity’s latest Mars discovery: a floating ‘spoon’
NASA's Curiosity rover keeps snapping pictures of things that look like other things, and some people insist it's all proof of a grand conspiracy and/or aliens. We haven't actually stumbled upon an alien yet (at least as far as we've been told), but we have come across rocks that look like rats, crabs, a woman, a pyramid, pieces of old … Continue reading...
First-run Tesla Model X orders begin: colors, sizes, ludicrous speed
Electric car company Tesla has begun issuing first-order specification lists to those that've previously expressed interest in the Tesla Model X. Amongst the choices they're asked to make are paint color, wheel size, and whether or not they'd like the option to go ludicrously fast in their vehicle. Signature reservation holders began reporting last night that their configuration dashboards were … Continue reading...
New protein creates slow melting luxury ice cream
Summer’s dialing down in some places, but the hot days aren’t behind us (in fact, they’re becoming something of a problem), and that means there’ll probably be another rapidly melting ice cream cone in your immediately future. Melted ice cream is a disappointment, as you likely know — you can pretend it’s a milkshake all you want, but deep down … Continue reading...
Deadpool game arrives for Xbox One, PS4 in November
Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers will be getting the Deadpool game that was released back in June 2013, and it’ll be available starting November 17. This will be an adaption of that aforementioned game, and will be priced at $49.99 USD for both next-gen gaming consoles. GameStop made the official announcement on its Twitter page earlier today, and already … Continue reading...
Google 2015 icons made available with new animations
Today we're tearing apart Google's new brand identity to capture the bits and pieces that'll be applicable for your smartphone and tablet. While Google will eventually bring most or all of these icons and imagery to your device in the form of a software update in the future, we know what you want - you want it now. You're an … Continue reading...
Instagram Direct upgrades to corner messaging market
Instagram has revamped its Direct feature, aiming to turn the photo messaging system into a real alternative to Twitter DMs and even dedicated IM apps. The new Instagram Direct - available in v7.5 of the app for both iOS and Android - supports threaded messages, a much-requested feature for common conversations, in addition to renaming support for group chat. It's … Continue reading...
In Pursuit Of Presence And True Immersion
 The experience of “reality” is a result of our sensory organs delivering information about the external world to our brains via electrical stimulus. The brain interprets this input and creates our reality. The ultimate goal of virtual reality (VR) is to achieve a true replacement for the external world as the source of these stimuli, thus creating true immersion, and a sense of… Read More ...
Now a Gold Suit to Change the Look of LG Smartwatch
Are you the one who believe in wearing luxury watches? Then here is good news for you as the Korean company has planned to launch a super luxury watch for android watch lovers. Earlier LG has launched LG Watch Urbane and it was attached to the price tag of $300. LG Watch Urbane Luxe –a […]Now a Gold Suit to Change the Look of LG Smartwatch is a post from: New Gadget ...
Nextbit launches “Robin” phone on Kickstarter
Nextbit, a group of software developers and veterans from HTC and the original Android 1.0 team, has kept their promise of debuting something "awesome" and "different" in the smartphone market. Today they've launched a Kickstarter campaign for their Robin phone, a "cloud-first" device with endless storage. See, once the 32GB of internal storage starts to fill up, Nextbit's custom software … Continue reading...
Kinsa’s New Smart Ear Thermometer Will Tell You What To Do When You’re Sick
 Kinsa, the maker of a smart thermometer that tracks the spread of illness, has today announced their second product in the form of the Kinsa in-ear thermometer. Unlike the first thermometer, which was a standard (thought smart) stick thermometer, the new in-ear thermometer is completely wireless, and connects to the smartphone app via Bluetooth. The Kinsa portfolio of thermometers work… Read More ...
Halo 5 opening cinematic: watch now
This morning the opening cinematic video for Halo 5 has been released for the public. This cinematic was created by a collection of the top minds in the video game industry, including leaders from AXIS Animation, Profile Studios, and Warner Bros. Video FX have been done by AXIS Animation while audio was handled by Warner Bros. Post Production Services and … Continue reading...
Halo 5 opening cinematic: watch now
This morning the opening cinematic video for Halo 5 has been released for the public. This cinematic was created by a collection of the top minds in the video game industry, including leaders from AXIS Animation, Profile Studios, and Warner Bros. Video FX have been done by AXIS Animation while audio was handled by Warner Bros. Post Production Services and … Continue reading...
Siri Drives Apple CarPlay (Review)
 The streamlined 2016 Corvette Stingray is one of the first vehicles to ship with Apple CarPlay in the States. Simply put, it’s an iPhone for your dashboard, which Apple and car makers hope you’ll use instead of the iPhone in your hand. First, the bad news: CarPlay is far from perfect. It’s boring, for one. And in many cases I found the Corvette’s own infotainment… Read More ...
Google already working on VP10 for tomorrow’s streaming problems
Google just recently launched YouTube Gaming, and with it a new generation, not to mention new market, of video streaming users. But while that's well and good from a business perspective, it poses a technological problem for the future when video streaming has become as common as, say, simply loading web pages. Add to that the growing number of 2K, … Continue reading...
LinkedIn launches new messaging experience
LinkedIn is a social network aimed at pros who are looking to expand their professional reach. Like most social networks, you can add and remove friends. LinkedIn has now announced a revamped messaging service that makes it easy to have conversations of a professional nature from within the app. LinkedIn says that it has rebuilt the messaging platform from the … Continue reading...