There's no doubt about it, being able to see more than just the visible spectrum is the closest thing most of us will ever have to superpowers. Seeing the world through its heat signature is almost like having x-ray vision, and let's not forget, even the Predator made sure to bring his thermal camera with him on his…
HTC's new-for-2014 One is a bold and beautiful smartphone, and for 24 hours tomorrow it's a killer deal: just $100 through HTC's online store. The deal starts at midnight tonight and ends at midnight on May 8th, with a two-year contract on AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint.
Fitbit did a lot of things very right when it made the One, its tiny activity-tracking pod. But then the company—caving to peer pressure from the likes of Nike—made the Fitbit Flex wristband. There's nothing wrong with that form-factor, but the Flex lost a lot of the functionality that made the One so great, and it…
All delays considered, HTC is now promising the One will pop up in the U.S. "before the end of April."
When HTC first showed the world the One last month, it touted the merits of the camera's larger "UltraPixels". Theory says that larger pixels could produce better images than the competition. In practice? We're pretty damned impressed.
There are days where a trend you noticed becomes absolutely visible. Today is one of those days.
Finally here and with the highly touted UltraPixel* camera in tow, HTC's newest flagship phone is ready to hold its own. Well, on paper, at least. But how does it compare to everyone else's flagship?
Carved out of a solid block of aluminum, HTC's great white hype is the oft leaked One aka M7. It's what the company is touting as its new flagship device today in New York. And in typical HTC style, the One has one or two new software features to help differentiate itself from the rest.
I was going through a whole lot of awesome cockpit photos yesterday when I stumbled upon this image, the most impressive of them all. It looked more like the interior of a secret Imperial fighter from Star Wars than a machine made on Earth.
Amanda Bell James from Manitoba, Canada is Netflix's one millionth customer. She signed up 10 months after the service launched and is the happy recipient of a lifetime membership.
Universal remotes for your iPhone are old news, but the thing about them is that they're so, well, universal: You use the same layout for all your devices. The Voomote One lets you have a different remote for your TV than your stereo.
Look, I know how this sounds. But if you make a lot of cocktails, it's easy to get overwhelmed with ingredients everywhere, and before you know it, everything's sticky and you have to wipe down the whole counter.
On behalf of his neighbors in Florida—as well as California—Nathan Nabors is attempting to take on Google in a breach of contract class action lawsuit, due to the continuing problems with the Nexus One's 3G signal. You'd think he'd be better off taking his issue up with T-Mobile, really. [TechCrunch]
That was fast. After getting word that Google received its last Nexus One shipment, the Nexus One is now officially sold out at google.com/phone.
Google just received their last Nexus One shipment and once this current stock sells out, it's officially goodbye to the Google Phone Store and sayanora Nexus One. Even though it wasn't the most successful Android phone, I still think it's the best option for people who want the authentic Android experience.