It looks as if the MacBook Air finally has some serious competition in Samsung’s latest notebook line: the 9 Series. As a few tech blogs have already pointed out, it’s thinner (.64 inches versus .68 inches), lighter (2.89 pounds versus 2.9 pounds), and arguably sexier (a black metal finish versus an aluminum finish). Although we’re [...]Read more
Google announced earlier today that co-founder Larry Page will take over the CEO role from Eric Schmidt beginning April 4th. According to announcement, which took place during the company’s Q4 earnings disclosure, Mr. Schmidt will remain with the company and assume the role of Executive Chairman.
Schmidt’s responsibilities will supposedly consist of “focusing externally on deals, partnerships, customers [...]
BREAKING: Apple to Remove Restrictions on Adult Content and Other Obscenities this March? Hugh Hefner, Playboy CEO, says yes (update: Playboy spokeswoman says no)
If you use an iDevice, you’re probably familiar with Apple’s App Store, the one-stop-shop for mobile applications, or programs. You probably also know, then, that Apple’s virtual shelves are free from sleazy applications, mainly apps that feature “adult content,” (read: porn).
These limitations, of course, are all apart of Steve Job’s vision: a world free from porn! If [...]
If you’re serious about protecting your gadgets, chances are you’ve heard of OtterBox, a company dedicated to producing cases that’ll withstand just about anything.
At this year’s CES, the company launched its new Reflex case for iPhone. Positioned between the company’s existing Impact line, which boasts heavy protection, and the Commuter series, which offers protection in a slimmer [...]Read more
The Sleek-Audio Booth at CES was nothing short of sleek. After an impressive ears-on, I was compelled to write a slightly longer recap of the company’s latest and greatest. Sleek’s main attractions included:
SLEEK Wireless- Using KLEER wireless technology, Sleek has developed a wireless platform that’ll let you jam out to your favorite songs up to 60 feet away [...]Read more
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc was perhaps the slimmest smartphone on the showroom floor at this year’s CES at a mere 8.7 mm. As you’ll see in a second, the Arc, like its cousin the Nexus S, has a concave back.Read more
Samsung revealed its Sliding PC 7 Series at CES last week. From the looks of things, it sounds like we’ve got a truly impressive Windows laptop/tablet hybrid on our hands.
At the moment, we’re pretty well-informed with regards to this guy’s internals.
Be powered by Intel’s 1.66 GHz Z670 Oak Trail processor
Weigh 2.2 pounds
Employ a 1366 x [...]
Trust us when we say that Verizon turned some heads at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. And, at TechTrackr, we think that Big Red’s massive booth, which lauded its 4G LTE network, and the bad boy we’re about to tell you about– the HTC Thunderbolt– had a lot to do with the extra attention.
Pictured above, the [...]Read more
One of the coolest accessories at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has gotta’ be the Iomega SuperHero Backup and Charger for the iPhone– we’ll call it the SuperHero for short.
Essentially, the SuperHero is designed to let you charge and simultaneously backup your iPhone’s contacts and photos. But, unlike Apple’s proprietary dock which stores the [...]Read more
Perhaps you guys caught one of Gizmodo’s posts last week entitled “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Getting Tasered Silly at CES.” In case you didn’t here’s an excerpt:
Live Taser demos! Easily one of my favorite parts of CES. But is getting Tasered worth it? You do walk away with this Taser hat and commemorative coin!
On [...]Read more
Joby has created a niche in the tripod market by doing something truly innovative. Instead of having three fixed legs of adjustable length, the Gorilla Pods have a brilliant design that contains flexible spheres that can be bent around most surfaces. Having captured a large segment of the tripod market, Joby is moving on to the already [...]Read more