iCloud Photos web client opens just before iOS 8.1 launch

Adam Westlake With Monday’s scheduled release of Apple’s iOS 8.1 update, the first major upgrade for the latest version of the iPhone/iPad operating system, to include a new iCloud Photos service, it appears the web version has rolled out a few days early for those with beta access. Registered developers who log in to their […]

Fitbit Flex avoids recall by adding allergy warning label

Adam Westlake Following a nationwide recall of the Fitbit Force back in February of this year, Fitbit has just avoided another such situation by agreeing to warn consumers about possible allergens. The fitness wearable manufacturer reached an agreement with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, resulting in packaging for the Fitbit Flex now displaying a warning […]

iMac With Retina 5K Display First Impressions: A Screen In Which To Lose Oneself

Apple’s new iMac boasts a screen with an almost preposterous resolution of 5180×2880 pixels, which makes it the world’s highest resolution display. The screen is the key ingredient here, despite changes under the hood, and after a couple of days of use, it’s still the screen that (stating the obvious here) catches my eye. Amid […]

Convergence In The Internet Of Things Is Priming The Tech World For A Major Cultural Shift

Editor’s note: Artyom Astafurov is the chief innovation officer at DataArt and co-founder of DeviceHive. To anyone who is tuned into the tech world, it should not come as earth shattering news that machine-to-machine (M2M) technology and the Internet of Things have hit a major convergence point in the tech industry. What is fairly new however […]

Bag Week: The Pad & Quill Attache

If life was like Toy Story, and when we fell asleep, all of our inanimate objects suddenly came to life, the Pad & Quill Attache bag would be some super combo of both Woody and Buzz Lightyear. Socially, this bag would be the head honcho. With a beautiful, hand-crafted leather exterior, the Attache laptop bag […]

Bag Week: Herschel Little America Mid-Volume Select Backpack

The new Herschel fall lineup includes the Heritage we reviewed earlier in bag week, but there are also new looks for the Little America. The smaller mid-volume version of this bag, in a Select color and material finish combination, might be more the speed of those with smaller backs, or who just don’t need a […]

Samsung Chromebook 2 packs Intel chip for entry-level

Chris Davies Samsung has launched a new version of its Chromebook 2, an 11.6-inch notebook running Google’s Chrome OS and powered by an Intel processor rather than one of the South Korean’s own Exynos ARM chips. The new notebook will drop at under $250, challenging low-cost Windows laptops in the process, while battery life will […]

Chevy shows off SEMA cars ahead of Nov 4 show opening

Shane McGlaun SEMA is held each year in Las Vegas and the show brings out some of the coolest cars in the world. Some of the cars have style alone while others have style and impressive performance. Chevrolet is showing off some of its cars that will be on display at SEMA and all are […]

PlayStation 4 becomes a “laptop” in PlayBook 4 mod

JC Torres Tired of sitting around at home all day but don’t really want to be separated from your favorite console game? That wouldn’t be a problem if you were of the Xbox One gaming type and could a afford an “xbook“. But now even PlayStation gamers can enjoy partial mobility, thanks to Ed Zarick […]