Advertisement
more top stories »

Top Stories


— Smartwatches

Motorola's new Moto 360 gets more customization, keeps the "flat tire"

By - September 2, 2015 7 Pictures

Motorola's Moto 360 was one of the first smartwatches that strived to look like a traditional watch. Today the company announced the second generation Moto 360 with a bigger collection of customizable bands, bezels, colors and materials that continue to draw inspiration from the old-school wristwatch world, and probably also from the wearable elephant in the room, the Apple Watch.

Read More
— Smartwatches

Huawei Watch is finally available for pre-order, prices range from $350-$800

By - September 2, 2015

The Huawei Watch was shown off at Mobile World Congress back in March, but the wait for it to actually go on sale has been a long and frustrating one. Thankfully, Huawei now seems ready to launch its newest wearable out into the world, with US pre-orders opening today and shipments beginning on September 17th. The stainless steel and black models are available now, with the rose gold options following "later this year" according to Huawei.

Read More
— Computers

Intel debuts 6th gen Core processor family at IFA 2015

By - September 2, 2015 2 Pictures

Intel says there are over 500 million computers in use today that are at least 5 years old, frustrating users with slow wake-up times, the inability to wander away from a wall socket for very long and sluggish overall performance. Today at IFA 2015 in Berlin, the company introduced its new 6th generation Core and Xeon processor families that promise 2.5x faster performance over what was available 5 years ago, 30x better graphics and 3x the battery life.

Read More
— Space

World's most powerful digital camera gets the go-ahead

By - September 1, 2015 4 Pictures

A smartphone with a 16-megapixel camera may seem cutting edge, but it won't impress astronomers now that the US Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has given the green light to start construction of the world's largest digital camera. With a resolution of 3.2-gigapixels (enough to need 1,500 high-definition television screens to display one image), the new camera is at the heart of the 8.4-meter (27.5-ft) Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) now under construction atop Cerro Pachón in Chile.

Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement