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Samsung reveals new slender USB DVD drives

2 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Samsung reveals new slender USB DVD drives
Let me tell you a secret - I am gaga for optical drives and discs. I know, it's a weird thing to be enamored with. If you listen to pundits and "experts", the world is transitioning to the cloud.

Intel introduces SSD Pro 2500 family of self-encrypting drives

8 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Intel introduces SSD Pro 2500 family of self-encrypting drives
It’s claimed that the new drives will be able to save previous power used on encryption software by providing hardware that is already encrypted.

Apple readies 4K iMac and industry-shifting MacBook for late 2014

19 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Apple readies 4K iMac and industry-shifting MacBook for late 2014
A new line of high-resolution desktops and laptops are planned for Q3 or Q4 2014 that are being designed to show off Apple’s new OS X Yosemite.

Who needs a smartwatch when you can have Lechal smart shoes?

21 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Who needs a smartwatch when you can have Lechal smart shoes?
The latest wearable innovation comes from India, and involves smart footwear that can help you navigate around town via haptic feedback.

New video shows LG display’s poster boy qualities

23 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
New video shows LG display’s poster boy qualities
The flexible properties of the company’s OLED displays are brought to bear in the new video that comes with another clip showing its transparent capabilities.

UK firm set to follow London Olympics success with central Glasgow 2014 role

23 Jul 2014  by Sam Pudwell
UK firm set to follow London Olympics success with central Glasgow 2014 role
Sports Technology is responsible for the supply, installation and operational support of video screens and public address systems across several competition and supporting venues throughout the event.

How tablets like Nvidia’s Shield could make a big impact on in-car systems

23 Jul 2014  by Rob Enderle
How tablets like Nvidia’s Shield could make a big impact on in-car systems
Nvidia just launched its new Shield tablet and it is an impressive piece of hardware which could have major ramifications for the automobile industry.

Why Apple’s iTime smartwatch patent could be pretty irrelevant

23 Jul 2014  by Guy Wright
Why Apple’s iTime smartwatch patent could be pretty irrelevant
Apple was just granted a patent for an ‘electronic wristband’ called the iTime, but it probably doesn't mean all that much.

Apple secures patent for iTime smartwatch

23 Jul 2014  by Darren Allan
Apple secures patent for iTime smartwatch
A patent has popped up which shows that Apple could be calling its smartwatch the iTime, and it could be a modular device with different straps to add various functions.

Google to give $1 million prize to inventor of smaller power inverter

23 Jul 2014  by Guy Wright
Google to give $1 million prize to inventor of smaller power inverter
Launched in cooperation with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Google's Little Box Challenge is offering $1 million to anyone who can invent a laptop-sized power inverter.

Kingston almost cracks 1TB barrier with new solid state drive

22 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Kingston almost cracks 1TB barrier with new solid state drive
The SSDNow V310 has an 960GB memory size and it touts itself as a complete replacement for any hard disk drive with speeds that are up to 10 times as high as HDDs.