LG is saying no to flexible screens for now and carving its own path with the unique swiveling LG Wing. With wireless charging and an onscreen fingerprint reader, it has a lot of bells and whistles but it’s also missing features…
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See 10 smart product ideas for your home that are easy to install and so helpful such as the "Left It Open" smartapp (for refrigerators, windows, etc.), daily task reminder app (to take pills, etc.) the dishwasher app and more.
Now that Sony and Microsoft have launched their new versions, look at the messaging behind Xbox Series S, X, and PlayStation 5 -- and even going with a PC instead -- to choose your next generation of console gaming.
Tech Star Marquis Brownlee talks tech, virtual reality, holograms and the future of devices with Mark Zuckerberg in light of the new Oculus Quest 2 recently opened for orders and shipping on October 13.
A look at the bold new reality of fully immersive experiences on mobile devices. Host John Romero comes face to face with his own creations as he straps on a mobile XR headset to explore the online virtual universe.
Microsoft officially announced the Xbox Series S. It's a little sister to the Xbox Series X, and it's the smallest Xbox ever made. It's also the cheapest launch console Microsoft has ever sold. And, November 10 is launch day.
The Motorola Razr 2020 (a.k.a. Motorola Razr 5G) is prettier than its predecessor, with more polish on the exterior, and substantially improved specs under the hood. The hinge has been re-worked and more.
Prosthetic device startup Unlimited Tomorrow just launched its 3D-printed robotic arm Truelimb. Unlimited Tomorrow is creating devices more advanced than traditional prosthetics, for a fraction of the cost.
Futurist, astrophysicist, and best-selling science fiction author David Brin takes us 30 years into the future to explore how developments at companies in fields such as AI and human augmentation will help propel humanity forward.
What do The University of Utah, Jack Daniel’s Whiskey, and Carnival Cruise Lines all have in common? Ransomware. Learn more about the craziness within the industry, and where do you think it is headed?