Lenovo has been busy rolling out a plethora of new devices, not the least of which is a new budget Windows machine, the IdeaPad S20-30 (not to be confused with its old S20). The laptop was spotted by the folks at Mobile Geeks, with it being made available through online retailers in Germany -- initially, at least.
Blackberry has explained the design philosophy behind its uniquely-shaped Passport smartphone, and it revolves around the company's biggest market: business. Whether on the government or corporate level, business users differ from everyday users, and that's what the large display aims to meet.
When Goat Simulator entered the world, the results were mixed: some lamented its existence, others considered it a fun novelty. There is no shortage of simulator games, but the latest seems to have taken the trend to rock bottom -- literally.
Old Gameboys are available aplenty on eBay, Craigslist, and maybe that old box in your mom's garage, but for some people, there's something special about a device crafted with one's own hands. If you fall into that category (and often wax poetic about your ol' Gameboy), Adafruit has introduced a project right up your alley.
We fill our lives with data-toting gadgets, but don't often stop to think about our body in relation to the data it holds. Extensive research has been performed to determine how powerful the human brain is, for example, but sometimes a simple explanation is the best way to grasp the complexity of our existence.
Around this time in 2012, the beloved media player VLC arrived in the Google Play Store as a beta offering for Android users. Though it has been available since then, US and Canadian users have been relegated to grabbing the APK from the VLC website and installing manually, something that has finally come to an end.