3D printing is the way of the future and it’s only getting more accessible.
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Here are some of the most unique (read: weird and useless) inventions of this year…
From India to Hungary to the United States in wildlife preserves and at the beach, photographers have always been going everywhere. However, drones have added an exciting new possibility to photography, and if the shots captured in the last few years are any indication, we’re going to see some increasingly incredible things.
Google’s new digital assistant – called Google Assistant – has upped the level of A.I. available to regular phone users thanks to the new Google Pixel phone and the Allo chat app. It assistant offers more than just voice recognition – it understands the context of what you’re saying. We suspect that the developers have also had some fun baking in some tongue-in-cheek responses.
Lenovo has issued an expanded product safety recall on some of its ThinkPad lithium-ion battery packs after identifying that overheating could pose a risk of fire or burn hazard. The offending battery packs are ones that may have been used in the following Lenovo ThinkPad models that were purchased between February 2010 and June 2012:
Dell's new XPS13 is a MacBook Air killer that shoehorns a 13-inch screen into a bezel that would normally hold an 11-inch panel. The new laptop also features Intel's new Broadwell U CPU and a high-resolution touch screen.
Until the Moto 360 arrives "later this summer," the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are all we have. Too bad they're almost too similar to pick a clear winner.
Android Wear, Google's new smartwatch OS, is all about voice control. Watch as we take the new LG G Watch through its Googly paces.
Sunrise supports multiple Google calendars, uses Google Maps’ data to direct you to events, and supports a handy “quick add” feature for Google Calendars. Plus, it looks spectacular on your phone.
With twice the display resolution and true augmented reality overlays, these crowd-funded specs aim to beat Google to the consumer market.
We test hundreds of products during the year, but here are the five that we just can't stop talking about.
Notebooks, tablets, and other mobile devices feature prominently in this year’s list, along with a fair number of peripherals and gadgets designed to make you more productive.
For these products, we truly give thanks
New flash-based players from Apple, Creative, and others now rival the capacities of larger hard-disk-based devices.