Samsung had already teased the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook a couple of times, but now it’s pulled back the curtain on the device. So what’s it like?
The slate is a tie-up between Samsung and US bookseller Barnes & Noble. As such, it comes with Barnes & Noble’s Nook Store pre-installed, rather than Google Play or the Samsung Hub.
It’s styled as the first “full-featured Android tablet designed for re…Read more
2014 is certainly the year of the wearable, but they’ve had to share the stage with the explosive rising popularity of the selfie. It looks like Sony’s not content with unleashing one gadget that’s focused on selfies: it’s going all out with an upcoming Cyber-shot camera that looks like a perfume bottle, and it even boasts a swivelling lens to frame that perfect self-portrait. Fancy one of thes…Read more
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is on the way, and it looks like the South Korean giant could be working on some world-beating accessories to go with it! A new report has details on an upcoming ‘Ultrasonic Cover’, which is aimed at people with impaired vision, and it could revolutionise the way they interact with objects around them. Read on to find out more about what Samsung has up its sleeve for i…Read more
Earlier this month we heard that a new Windows Phone-based HTC One (M8) is on the way, and now it’s been confirmed! HTC has officially announced that it’s packed in Microsoft’s mobile OS into its top-notch flagship phone, and it looks like it can take on all the high-end Nokia Lumia blowers in the battle for the best Windows Phone! Read on for all you need to know about the HTC One (M8) for Win…Read more
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet is coming in fast, and we can’t wait! If Samsung’s event invite is anything to go by, you’ll be seeing it pop up at this year’s IFA tech expo in the next couple of weeks, but what will the South Korean tech giant have in store? Here are just a few top-notch tech ideas we’d love to see pop on Galaxy Note 4 when it’s revealed on stage.
Even bigger screen with…Read more
If you’re one to listen to all your music on YouTube, Google could have just the thing for you coming right up. Last October we heard that Google’s prepping its own music-centric subscription service for its online video sharing site, but there’s hardly been a peep since – until now. A new report has unearthed details about the long-expected service, and it looks like it ties into Google’s Play…Read more
Minecraft has proved one of the most popular and enduring games of the past few years, but until recently it looked like we’d never get to see an official version on the Oculus Rift VR headset. That’s all changed, with Markus “Notch” Persson, the man behind Minecraft, making some (semi) positive mutterings on Twitter. We could even see an official port in the not too distant future!
It’s not…Read more
The bKey is a portable phone battery with a difference, ditching all cables and proving small enough to slip onto your keyring. It means you’ll always have the bKey with you when you need it most, and there’s never any worry about finding cables to help charge either your phone or the bKey itself. Read on to find out more!
The bKey looks perfectly at home on a keyring, being shaped like a k…Read more
Meet the Ritot Projection watch, which is a smart timepiece with a difference. As the name hints, it projects everything you need to know straight onto your hand, which means there’s no need for a screen, giving you a wearable that looks more like a bracelet or vibrant fitness band than a smartwatch. Fancy one of these?
It’s not just the time that the Ritot is capable of projecting onto your…Read more
Pokémon fans rejoice: If you’ve been itching to take your Pocket Monsters on the road on your iPad, you’ll soon be in luck! Only it’s not quite the same Pokémon game you’ll find on your Nintendo 3DS, as The Pokémon Trading Card Game on the way to Apple’s digital slate! Ready to relive your childhood with digital Pokémon cards?
Pokémon is on the way to the iPad, according to Twitter user…Read more