The iPhone 6 Plus -- we've seen a million leaks of bits and parts that were all said to belong to the handset, but the folks at iFixit are giving us our first official look at the phone's innards. They've just wrapped up their teardown of the larger iPhone 6 model (check out our review), and we've got all the details for you after the jump.
The next generation of NVIDIA graphics processing hardware is Maxwell, and this week the company has revealed several key features with which this generation will jump off. In addition to a card that’s impressive in its own right, we’re checking in with several new graphics technologies: DSR, MFAA, VXGI, and VR Direct. Both DSR and MFAA will contribute to the 4K environment, VXGI will bring on the next generation in lighting, and VR Direct will focus on the world of virtual reality.
Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse, first announced back in September of 2010, has been given a modern-day makeover. Announced yesterday, Microsoft will be launching a new version of the mouse that uses Bluetooth connectivity rather than wireless USB, making it easier to use with modern devices.
Today Microsoft has introduced the "Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows". What we’d like to point out is how extremely similar this controller is to the original. It’s so extremely similar that you might mistake one for the other - shocking!
The team at Misfit are absolutely ravenous about the expanding world of wearables. Earlier this month they revealed that they’d be working with app developers of all sorts to integrate their software for their one wearable device for free. This week they’ve released another wearable for half the price of their original device.
Today the folks behind some of the best cameras we’ve used over the past 10 years have created a smartphone. Panasonic ties the smartphone universe to their long-lasting Lumix brand name with the Panasonic Lumix CM1. This device has a 4.7-inch 1080p display and a 1-inch image sensor inside.
If you prefer your motion sensors to remind all nearby that they're under someone's watchful eye, Fibaro's new offering fits the bill. With the Fibaro Motion Sensor comes a real eyeball design similar to that of a (glowing) cat's eye, which can be controlled from a mobile device.
SparkFun has rolled out the red carpet for its new Blocks series of add-ons for Intel's Edison board. With the SparkFun Blocks, users can bring additional functionality to the Edison board, such as adding a display -- there are a total of 13 Blocks available spanning a variety of common functionalities.
Intercommunication - Apple Watch to Apple Watch - is something Apple seems to have been adamant about when they first started designing the devices. Making communication between the devices central to their being, these devices not only open a new device category for the brand - they also make them an exclusive club membership card, so to speak.