You may soon be able to do away with your cable subscription that you get via your local cable provider. Instead, you could get cable TV via the internet. Who would offer such a service? None other than Sony.
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Toshiba is known for making great laptops at prices that people can afford. Now, they are looking to bring in a new era of laptop displays by announcing the world’s first 4K laptop.
Roku may soon make more than just set-top boxes. It looks like they are going to venture into the world of TV. Well they be able to make a splash or will they belly flop.
Yahoo once again finds itself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Just recently Yahoo’s ad network was hit by malware. This malware was able to infect people who visited Yahoo’s website via Java.
The new year is already here and we can look back at all of the great tech that came out in 2013. This also means, we can speculate as to what tech will become more popular in 2014! Let’s take a look.
Windows Phones may not be as popular as Android phones, but they are differently growing in popularity. To help jump s
tart this growth, Windows is now offering Windows Phone users an extra 20GB of SkyDrive storage free.
Wanting to break away from your current mobile service provider but are locked into a contract? Well, T-Mobile has you covered! The company announced that the last stage of its plan to shake up the industry is to cover early termination fees when people break contract with their current carrier to join T-Mobile.
Ever wonder what your dog is trying to tell you? Well, now you may be able to hear what it is thinking thanks to a new product by Indiegogo called No More Woof. In short, this is a small device Read more…
Just because you want a tablet does not mean you have to spend a lot of money. Datawind is showing off their ultra cheap tablet called the UbiSlate. The tablet is not going to stand up against the newer tablets, but for just $38, what do you expect?
Smartphones have been popular in America for a long time, but the same cannot be said for Japan. It has only been recently that sales for Smartphones have been on the rise. This has caused the sales of apps to rise too, and for the first time Japan has spent more on apps that the United States.
If you are looking for a good deal on a tablet, you might want to check the Microsoft Store. They are holding a 12 Days of Deals sale. Right now you can get a discount on the Dell Venus Pro 8.
Applebee’s is looking to go high tech by putting tablets on every table. These tablets will allow consumers to place their own orders, among other things.
The Xbox One and PS4 are both out now and the next console war is fully underway. So which company is winning right now? Well that would be the Wii U, but it had a year head start. That being said, Sony and MIcrosoft are already hot on its heels.
Ever wonder what takes up the most traffic on the internet? Well, according to a new report it is Netflix! In fact, the only other website that comes close in terms of traffic is YouTube. Together, these two websites make up over half of all internet traffic.
Looking to get rid of that old iPad? Target might just have the deal you are looking for.
4K may not have caught on with consumers yet, but that has not stopped Netflix from trying to get in on the ground level of this new technology.
Chromecast has been a smash hit, but it lacks apps. Google is attempting to change this buy announcing a new app that now works with your Chromecast player.
It may feel like it, but the Kindle is not the only choice you have when it comes to e-readers. The Nook is still around and there is a new model for you to choose from.
Have you ever wanted to design your own cell phone? Well, Motorola may soon be able to offer you that chance. Unlike other phone manufactures like Apple, you will be able to custom build your own phone.
Apple may have made tablets famous, but Microsoft is looking to make them “better.” That being said, Apple is looking to improve their own tablets by … borrowing a few ideas from the Microsoft Surface.