Car makers have started incorporating smartphone technologies, or even smartphone platforms themselves, into their latest car models. But just because your wheels date back 2013 or earlier doesn’t mean it can’t join
Companies would love customers to keep using their products, especially if prolonged usage actually translates to more profits, like spending more time on a website or watching a video. Pebble, ever the contrarian, is going off
While some runners, athletes, and users with active lifestyles have professed their love for their Pebble smartwatches, they have also complained about having to bring their smartphones just to listen to music while working out.
Self-driving car advocates love to argue that most vehicular accidents are actually caused because there’s a human behind the wheel. And many of those accidents, in turn, are due to driving under the influence. While there
Another Google I/O has come and gone and, like any other I/O, we are left with just as many questions as there were answers. While Google has both explicitly stated as well as dropped hints about their future vision for Android,
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The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive microcomputer that was designed to make computing more accessible. While it’s small, it can still do everything that a larger desktop can do. You can easily attach a keyboard, mouse, and
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In less than 48 hours, Google will be kicking off its biggest developer gathering of the year. Google I/O has always been an opportune time to get a glimpse of not just Google’s current projects but also its future plans.
Our smartphones’ cameras are getting more and more capable, but they are still limited by costs, design, and the laws of physics from truly standing up to more professional shooters. That’s where accessories like this