Teforia Is A Robot That Brews Tea

Teforia Is A Robot That Brews Tea

Teforia is a smart home device with the expertise of a tea master on brewing tea at home designed by Allen Han.

by Paul Pajarillo

PlayStation 4 console

No Backwards Compatibility For PlayStation 4

Sony will not be offering backwards compatibility for PlayStation 4 users despite persistent rumors. The device's competitor, Xbox One, will be offering the requested feature to its users.

by Denivee Noble

Yamaha Unveils Motorcycle-Riding Robot

Yamaha Unveils Motorcycle-Riding Robot

The Motobot is Yamaha's latest development in autonomous motorcycles that are previewed at the Tokyo Motor Show.

by Paul Pajarillo

New Apple Trackpad2 Can't Take The Mouse For Granted

Apple Will End Some Mac, iPod And Beats Product Support In December

Apple will be ending repair support for a selection of Mac, iPod and Beats products.

by Jan David Perianes

Amazon online store

Amazon Discontinues Its Credit Card Reader

A little more than a year after its launch, Amazon Register has just been discontinued alongside another service from the e-commerce giant.

by Jan David Perianes

Apple Watch

Apple Is Offering Discounts For Its iPhone And Watch Bundle

Apple deals don't quite come as often, and the company's latest iPhone and Watch bundle would net customers about US$50 savings.

by Jan David Perianes

The IACP Unveils Odd Cop Cars

The IACP Unveils Odd Cop Cars

TerraHawk and Oshkosh Defense showcase their odd vehicles at the IACP tradeshow.

by Paul Pajarillo

Nintendo NX Claims To Be A Hybrid Game Console

Nintendo Introduces First Smartphone Game

Japanese gaming company Nintendo has finally introduced its long overdue smartphone game.

by Denivee Noble

An internet cable is seen at a server room in this picture illustration taken in Warsaw.

Google's Project Loon To Encircle Earth

Google wants its balloon-powered internet to connect people around the world.

by Jan David Perianes

Google and ASUS Launches New Router

Google and ASUS Launch New Router

Google in partnership with ASUS unveils to the public a new OnHub router that has motion gesture sensors.

by Paul Pajarillo

PS4 Reveals Firmware Update 3.0 Release Date

Sony May Be Teasing PlayStation 1 And PlayStation 2 Backwards Compatibility For PlayStation 4

With backwards compatibility of consoles being a hot topic nowadays, Sony may be planning to bring PlayStation 1 And PlayStation 2 titles to PlayStation 4.

by Jan David Perianes

Nintendo Understands Handheld Gaming

Nintendo Falls Short Of Estimated Profit

Japanese game company Nintendo has fallen short of analysts' profit estimate.

by Denivee Noble

Drone

Walmart Wants Drones For Its Delivery System

Walmart is jumping in the drone bandwagon as it plans to use it for delivery purposes.

by Jan David Perianes

Google Grants Old Woman To

Google Grants Old Woman To 'See The Future'

Google alongside Wish of a Lifetime Foundation grants 97-year-old Olive Horrell a wish come true to have a glimpse of the future through Google's Campus.

by Paul Pajarillo

A protected bike lane in Chicago

The Gi FlyBike Is An Electric Bike That Can Travel Up To 40 Miles In A Charge

Three Argentinian entrepreneurs have developed a smart electric bicycle and seek to reinvent uban traveling.

by Jan David Perianes

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