Well, Mark Zuckerburg has done it again with a Facebook acquisition. This time, Facebook paid $2 billion for Oculus Rift, which originated as a Kickstarter campaign. As you can imagine, people are very vocal about their opinions on the matter. Check out the 15 best tweets about the acquisition to see what I mean.
So the Flappy Bird game is over. Honestly, I haven’t downloaded the app yet on my iPhone and iPad and now there’s no way for me to play the game unless I borrow from my friends who are addicted to it.
One of the many unique products I saw while at CES 2014 was the Ozobot. I lucked out at the booth and got a chance to speak to the team without having swarms of others around me. The Ozobot booth, and the robotics area as a whole, typically teemed with the curious.
Microsoft recently announced the Xbox Music and Xbox Video apps for Windows Phone 8. Windows Phone 8 users can now enjoy the apps to edit playlists ans sync radio stations. The complete version of the apps will be ready earlier this 2014.
I watch Doctor Who here and there but I am far from a die-hard fan. Sure, I want the awesome scarf and I love the accents but that’s not enough. However, Google’s Doctor Who doodle might have just put me over the fandom edge because I cannot stop playing.
With the green energy movement well under way, more and new energy products are available for consumer use. The most popular type today is the solar panel. As gadgets have trended toward wireless function and portable form, solar panels have evolved in order to complement and accessorize with emerging tech. Many solar panels currently available more »
Toys “R” Us has announced its next generation tablet for kids, the tabeo e2. This tablet, which originally launched for the 2012 holiday season is designed by the kids authority and features content kids love. The tabeo e2 has upgrades which make it bigger, faster, and more durable than the original model. The tablet runs on more »
The latest in tracking and gesture-control technology has just hit Kickstarter and is drawing much attention. The STEM system is a wireless motion tracking platform for video games and virtual reality. Upon reading more, I couldn’t help but think of Ernest Cline’s book, Ready Player One. The STEM system lets players interact naturally with the more »
Epson America, Inc. has announced its latest Epson PowerLite Home Cinema product. The 730HD 720p 3LCD projector is the affordable answer for those who want that home theater experience indoors or even in the backyard. The Home Cinema 730HD boasts a powerful 3,000 lumens of color and white brightness, ideal for top notch movie-viewing quality. more »
Smartphones and tablets, when not used for productive purposes, are great for music, video, and gaming. The glaring problem with gaming on a tablet or smartphone is their lack of dedicated physical controls. When it comes to live competitive games, one wrong slip on a screen can be the difference between success or doom. There more »
Are you a hardcore FPS gamer? Ready for some bleeding edge technology to go with your FPS game? You’re welcome. Lets talk about Omni, which is already overfunded on Kickstarter and ready to charge forward with revolutionizing virtual reality. Omni is the first virtual reality interface for moving freely and naturally in your favorite game. This more »
MediaMall Technologies, the company behind the popular PlayOn software, has announced the launch of MyMedia. MyMedia is a free media server software application that allows users to stream personal media to their TVs via gaming consoles like the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii, set-top boxes like Roku, Google TV and Apple TV (via AirPlay), or directly to more »