On April 24, 1984, Apple released the Apple IIc. Now, over 30 years later, The 8-Bit Guy got his hands on one and did his best work to bring it back to its original beige glory.
Distracted driving is a big deal these days, with phones being so prominent, and unfortunately accidents happen.
In May 2015, the popSLATE was revealed with an e-ink display, which added a second display to the back of the iPhone 6.
You know about the “selfie stick,” and you’ve probably been lucky enough to see one out in the real world by now, or at least have seen pictures that have been taken using the thing.
At the beginning of 2015, Mattel confirmed it would be letting iOS users use its new View-Master to check out virtual and augmented reality worlds in the colorful headset.
Wi-Fi Alliance’s new 802.11ah ‘HaLow’ standard will offer better connectivity for smart devices in the home
The Wi-Fi Alliance decided to start 2016 off with a new standard to introduce to the world, this one meant to make homes with connected devices even better.
The Apple Watch is a real product that Apple is actually shipping, which went on sale in 2015. But, what if Apple had launched a wearable to match the Apple II back in 1985?
For someone that likes to match their shoes with their wardrobe, having multiple pairs might be necessary, depending on the range of colors one likes to wear. ShiftWear wants to change that.
Owning your very own BB-8 droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens is not longer just a dream. Thanks to Sphero, a miniature version of the beloved robot is now available, and you can control it using your iPhone.
Smart-enabled devices have begun to fill houses and apartments, giving even more control over the brightness, or even the color of the light, to owners that have installed them.