Development devices for Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 emerge

Intrinsyc Technologies has just revealed a couple of developer devices, including a smartphone, a tablet, and a development board, all of which are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. This will let application developers as well as device makers test and play around with Qualcomm's multi-talented system-on-chip even before the first commercial devices hit the market, probably next year.

Hush lets you enjoy silence in comfort even in the midst of noise

Especially if you live in a big, bustling city, silence nowadays is a luxury that we seldom get to enjoy. Yes, you can plug in to your earphones or headphones, but after a while, it gets uncomfortable on your ears or you may miss something important. A new device called Hush may just be the very first smart earplug that is easy on the ears and also useful other than keeping the noise out.

Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio now listed on Google Play

Nothing much to say here but a Keyboard Folio case for the new Google Nexus 9 is already available on Google Play. The accessory is priced $129 for the basic black model. Actually, you don't have any choice but black so forget about getting a blue, red, or yellow folio case. You just have to do with black.

Google’s Project Tango starts shipping to developers

If you’re a consumer, it may be hard to figure out what to do with Google’s Project Tango – which is really a high-powered tablet manufactured by LG with very special cameras and sensors that will be able to scan, map, and render real-world environments to 3D images. The tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip and costs USD$1,024. But the device is specifically targeted for developers -- to whom Google has started shipping the device -- so you wouldn't have to answer that question yet.

Monument Valley adds more chapters in latest update

If you're a heavy mobile gamer, by this time after you've played countless match-3 puzzles, endless runners and RPG's, you've probably become a little jaded by all the usual games. But if you haven't heard of Monument Valley yet, then you're missing out on a lot, especially now that their latest update brings even more chapters in this puzzle game.

Google’s new security tools to track and protect online life

With most of us spending our lives online and a lot of that spent on Google-related sites like Gmail, YouTube, etc, it's only right that the tech company should be concerned about security and protecting your online life. That is why they have released two new security tools that will help users, not just IT managers, track their online life and at the same time help keep it secure.

Ninjas racing in costume and with weapons in Ninjump Dash

If you're a fan of the popular game NinJump or maybe just any game with Ninjas running around and competing, then this iteration of the original game may just be up your alley. Ninjump Dash is not just a racing game but one where you actually get to compete in real time with other people you may or may not know. And you get to do this while in costume and with weapons, albeit digitally.

New Yonomi app announced at DEMO Fall 2014

At the DEMO fall 2014 conference, Yonomi announced a free mobile app that allows incompatible gadgets to interact with one another. The mobile app allows devices to react to you and to one another as needed to make everyday life at home more convenient. Simply put, the app allows a well-connected home even if devices are not compatible.

GoGlove wearable remote controls your phone

Anyone who lives in a cold climate where gloves aren’t an option knows that most gloves aren’t designed to work with smartphones. A new product has surfaced called the GoGlove that is designed to give you wearable control over your smartphone while you are outside where gloves are required. GoGlove looks like a normal set of thin gloves.
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