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GoPro HERO3 Improves Upon Previous Models [CES 2013]

GoPro Hero 3

The GoPro HERO3 made its debut at CES 2013, and the company quickly impressed with a much improved upon design. The new rugged cam setup includes a design that is 30% smaller, 25% lighter, and 2x more powerful than previous offerings from the company. The mountable gear is also waterproof up to 180 feet; can… Read more »

Ableplanet Shows Off New Prototype Headsets, Speakers [Live At CES 2013]

Able Planet Foldable and Rechargeable Active Noise Cancelling Headphones

CES 2013 is in full swing, and the team at Ableplanet is busily showing off their newest in audio, active noise cancellation, and bluetooth speaker technologies. If you’re unfamiliar with Ableplanet, they are an audio technology company that focuses on the mid-to-high range markets (with some lower range items thrown in for good measure). I… Read more »

Top 10 Tech Trends At CES 2013: Based On Meeting Requests

TOSY Robotics

Can you believe that CES 2013 is just around the corner? From January 8 through January 11, 2013, thousands upon thousands of tech industry workers, reporters, and heads of industry will emerge upon Las Vegas, and they will bring with them brand new technologies they hope will impress the masses Over the last several years,… Read more »

How Will Google Glasses Be Used? Google Has No Idea

Google Glasses Have No Cemented Use Yet

Google’s Project Glass raised a ton of eyebrows in 2012, and, while its technology is impressive, the search giant still isn’t sure exactly how or why buyers would use the experimental product. If you are unfamiliar with Google Glasses, they are basically regular wearable glasses that place images and data directly in a user’s line… Read more »

Apple TV Being Tested In Secret, Will Eventually Debut

Apple TV Rumors

When it comes to the Apple TV, the tech giant is taking its time and trying different concepts in a secret location. According to a source at manufacturer Foxconn, Apple is currently testing HDTV models that range in size from 46 inches to 55 inches. While testing might be underway, FocusTaiwan claims that a 2013… Read more »

Apple iPad, iPad Mini LTE Tablets Cleared For Sale In China


Apple, Inc. has received permission to sell Apple iPad and iPad Mini LTE tablets in China. Chinese authorities approved the company’s request on Tuesday, allowing the tech firm to begin fourth-generation sales for its 3G + LTE capable devices. The license approval was first reported by China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center. The approval includes sales… Read more »

Apple TV Designs Being Tested With Focus On Large Displays

Apple TV

Apple TV is in the early stages of testing with various TV sets which are believed to be undergoing rigorous consideration according to several reports. The tech giant is believed to be testing large-screen, high-resolution TVs with the help of Foxconn shareholders Sharp and Hon Hai. Before his death, Apple CEO Steve Jobs promised TV… Read more »

Samsung Teases Everyone: ‘Something New’ Is Coming To CES 2013

Something New from Samsung

The team at Samsung has released a new trailer in which they tease of “something new” that will arrive at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The tech show, which The Inquisitr will be in full attendance for, takes place from January 8 through January 11, 2013. While Samsung doesn’t give any hints about its… Read more »

Microsoft Surface Coming To Retailers Soon, Possibly Before Christmas

Microsoft Surface Tablet Retail Locations

With recent news that the Microsoft Surface will sell less than one million units by the end of 2012, rumors are surfacing that the company will move its flagship tablet product into various retail stores. Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrot on Friday revealed that the tech giant is planning to get the Surface RT tablet into… Read more »

Invisible Umbrella Repels Water With Air

Designers came up with the idea to use air to repel water.

December means winter, and winter means — in most parts of the US — rain. Or snow. Or something that requires an umbrella. And umbrellas, as most users know, are just awkward. They are bulky and wet, and everyone at some point has either been the giver or receiver of a stray-umbrella eye poking. Plus,… Read more »

Apple ‘Assembled In USA’ Stickers Found Inside New iMac

Apple Assembly Plant

Is Apple manufacturing iMacs in the USA? A recent tear-down of a new iMac model suggests that the company has moved at least part of its production from Asia to the United States. The team at iFixit recently tore apart the new device, and inside they found markings that read: “Designed by Apple in California,… Read more »

Google 12.85-Inch Chromebook With Touchscreen To Launch By End Of Year

Google Chromebook With Touchscreen

The Google Chromebook line of devices are selling out quickly thanks to pricing at low as $199. Because of the OS’ quick success, a new rumor suggests that Google will release its first touchscreen based Chromebook before the end of the year. The new device, according to several reports, will feature a 12.85-inch display. The… Read more »