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Google Glass and Apple Watch: Intrusive vs non-intrusive wearables

19 hours ago  by Ed Oswald
Google Glass and Apple Watch: Intrusive vs non-intrusive wearables
Where do we draw the line when it comes to wearables? Are more intrusive devices like Google Glass going to be detrimental to society in the long run?

Qualcomm’s vision of the connected future: Social, virtual reality, robots and more

20 Sep 2014  by Rob Enderle
Qualcomm’s vision of the connected future: Social, virtual reality, robots and more
At Uplinq, Qualcomm showed that it wants to change the world, from streaming music and video that’s accessible everywhere, through to robots and superhero doctors.

Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU demos and Oculus Rift: PC gaming is coming back strong

20 Sep 2014  by Rob Enderle
Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU demos and Oculus Rift: PC gaming is coming back strong
Nvidia’s game demos were highly impressive, as was the use of Maxwell to prove that the famous moon landing photo wasn’t a hoax.

Intel touts wireless charging bowl for release this year

19 Sep 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Intel touts wireless charging bowl for release this year
CEO Brian Krzanich revealed that the charging station is being released before the end of the year and failed to give any information on how much it will cost.

Today’s tech: Apple iPhone 6 gets ripped apart, cloud computing is kind of a big deal, and Microsoft cuts Silicon Valley jobs

19 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
Today’s tech: Apple iPhone 6 gets ripped apart, cloud computing is kind of a big deal, and Microsoft cuts Silicon Valley jobs
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple iPhone 6 components revealed, survey reveals full extent of cloud computing use, and MIcrosoft closes a revered research lab.

Tech News Weekly podcast 36: Dirty tactics, wearables, startups and technology's effect on children

19 Sep 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Tech News Weekly podcast 36: Dirty tactics, wearables, startups and technology's effect on children
The ITProPortal team discusses some of the most interesting stories of the week, including a petty superpower scrap and Google's transparency report.

Dyson Awards announces winners, including a biodegradable fishing net and a home hydroponic system

19 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
Dyson Awards announces winners, including a biodegradable fishing net and a home hydroponic system
Stage one of the James Dyson Awards is over, and the national winners have been announced, revealing some fascinating solutions to modern and future issues.

Deal: Xbox One and three excellent games for a steal at £349

19 Sep 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Deal: Xbox One and three excellent games for a steal at £349
Microsoft is offering the Xbox One games console in a bundle deal with Destiny, Dead Rising 3 and Forza Motorsport 5 for under £350.

Today's tech: Apple iPad, Apple OS X Yosemite, Apple Watch Edition, Apple problems

18 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
Today's tech: Apple iPad, Apple OS X Yosemite, Apple Watch Edition, Apple problems
The best of ITProPortal news: Apple has dominated the headlines today with rumoured announcements of two new iPads, performance issues with iOS 8, and a price point for the Apple Watch Edition.

New update sets Apple TV up as smart home hub

18 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
New update sets Apple TV up as smart home hub
An anonymous source claims that the latest software update means that anyone with a third generation Apple TV is likely to have a HomeKit-enabled hub, whether they know it or not.

New study shows that Brits are ruthless when it comes to technology

18 Sep 2014  by Sam Pudwell
New study shows that Brits are ruthless when it comes to technology
Us Brits are renowned for our superior levels of patience and tolerance, but new research from Delphix suggests that this doesn't transfer to the digital world.