It’s been barely a month since Apple’s iPhone 6 event in September and yet another has already come and gone. Now perhaps this last held one held yesterday might have been a little more anticlimactic than the iPhone 6 event but nonetheless there were some significant announcements about new iPad, iMac and Mac Mini models and of course the official announcement of Mac OS X Yosemite.
You can never have enough battery power for your gadgets but to be able to have a small compact lightweight device, that can also jumpstart your car in the rare case you need to do so and usually at the most inopportune time, is an incredible bonus. That’s what JUMPR by Juno Power is designed to do in a form factor that’s not much bigger than a couple of iPhone 6’s stacked on top of each other.
Pornhub was looking to get a firm grasp on the people of New York City, but that idea ended a little prematurely.
The internet pornography giant was surprised to see their recently added Times Square billboard ripped down less than 24 hours after it was posted.
Remember when the world thought a hologram of Tupac performing at Coachella was the coolest thing to happen to the music industry since CDs?
Turns out Japan’s been doing holographic music for years, and last night one of their most famous computer generated pop stars made her debut on late night television.
Hatsune Miku, a 16-year-old blue haired anime-like hologram performed on Late Night with David Letterman Wednesday night.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have one device that can sync and charge up to seven devices regardless as to what type of connection they actually have? Well you can, with the new HUB-IT, an all-in-one sync and charge station from Eggtronic.