Last night over on Google+, an employee for the company posted up the first look of Google Glass working alongside prescription lenses and frames. The photos have since been removed from the employee’s page. Continue reading
Most phone manufactures tend not to divulge their device’s release dates to keep consumer interest high in currently available products. However it appears that a UK High Court judge has revealed when HTC plans to release its next flagship smartphone. Continue reading
Bitcoin, a decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency, has been intriguing investors and the media lately. While millions have mined the form of currency around the world, businesses have taken interest in doing so as well. Entrepreneur Xiaogang Cao took a look at a brand new Hong Kong-based mining operation set up at the Kwai Chung Industrial Building.
In an interview with CBS TV news show 60 Minutes, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the company was testing a delivery service that would utilize unmanned aircraft. Continue reading
If the latest tips, reports, and suggestions are correct, Google is getting ready to finally unveil the second generation Nexus 10 tablet. Shortages of the current Nexus 10 have been reported for some time now, and it has been observed by the folks over at /r/Android that the description of the tablet in Google Play is gone. Continue reading
A Reuters report estimates that Samsung has spent $14 billion on marketing in 2013, three times the amount it spent on marketing in 2012. The amount, which is greater than the entire gross domestic product of Iceland and more than the London Olympics cost, is more than quadruple what Microsoft and Apple spent on marketing last year. Continue reading
Under the provisions of a law passed earlier this week, the Vietnamese Government will now issue fines of 100 million dong (about $4,740) for anyone who criticizes the government on social media. Continue reading