Archive for September, 2013

Leaked Video Reportedly Shows Off iPad 5

The iPhone launch has come and gone, so naturally, it’s time for the iPad rumors to begin. To get things started, Chinese parts supplier this week posted a video of what it says is the shell for the next iPad. Continue reading

Apple Inc.’s gold iPhone 5S is selling like hotcakes. For impatient customers wanting to skip the preorder queue (or cheapskates who want to save a few bucks), golden stickers offered by some smart Chinese merchants are a quick option. Continue reading

The Expedition 37 crew captured Cygnus with the Canadarm2 at 7 a.m. EDT Sunday. Credit: NASA

The hatch between the newly arrived Orbital Sciences’ Cygnus spacecraft and the Harmony module of the International Space Station was opened at 4:10 a.m. EDT on Monday, Sept. 30. Cygnus delivered about 1,300 pounds (589 kilograms) of cargo to the six crew members of Expedition 37. Continue reading


Many consider Android and iOS to be the two biggest competitors in the mobile space. And while that’s not technically wrong, there is a lot separating the two platforms. Surprisingly, there’s far less between the global popularity of iOS 7 and Windows Phone. There’s only roughly 10 percent separating them in terms of global market share, whereas Android has nearly a 60 percent lead on iOS. Continue reading

Just to give you a perspective of how thin the drive is. The 7mm Seagate Laptop Thin SSHD is below the 5mm Seagate Laptop Ultrathin drive

Ultrabooks are slowly but surely becoming mainstream and we are always seeing slimmer ones each day. SSDs are the preferred choice of storage drives in Ultrabooks, but they also have the disadvantage of higher cost per GB when compared with a spinning magnetic drive. Not to mention the capacities aren’t that great either. Continue reading

Nexus 5 log file reveals more specs

While we have already got a pretty clear picture of what the LG Nexus 5 is supposed to come with, a new leak has now revealed most of the internals of the pure-Google phone. The leak, in the form of a log, was dug up by and came with all the details. Continue reading

The G2 is here!

The LG G2 is certainly an eye catcher in terms of specs and the kooky button design, but does the latest flagship have enough to displace the current market heavyweights? We got to spend some time with the G2 after LG’s launch event in Delhi today. Continue reading

cherry mobile cosmos x2

Not too long ago, we’ve posted our first impression of the Cherry Mobile Cosmos X2 where we took you to a quick tour of its externals. Now it’s time to get more up close and personal with the Cosmos middle child to see whether it’s got some muscle to go along with its deceiving SGS3/Nexus 4 body. Continue reading

dslr controller

There are a handful of ways to add Wi-Fi to your Canon EOS dSLR camera. You can go for the WiFi-enabled SD cards like the Toshiba FlashAir or buy one of those pricey Wireless File Transmitters from Canon which ranges from $600 to a whopping $850. But if you’re on tight budget, you can also try this simple tweak we saw on the web that can save you tons of dough. Continue reading

Once a year, Apple would introduce the new model of their very popular iPhone. This year is a first as Apple introduced not one, but two, iPhone models — the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. So we bought these 2 models to test and review. Check out our full review of the iPhone 5s below. Continue reading