Rita El Khoury
2015/03/04 5:30am PSTMar 4, 2015
You're sitting at home or in your office, hungry, ready to gnaw at anything, really anything, then you remember that you would really love those special donuts you usually grab on your way to work. The problem? They don't deliver. Your craving is turning into a focused need for donuts and it's evolving at an alarming speed into dangerous territory. What do you do? You pick up your Android phone and launch the Caviar app.
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From now until March 10, you can get the 16GB Moto X Pure Edition along with Sol Republic's Tracks Air Bluetooth headphones for just $449 from Motorola's website in the U.S. The bundle value is a $250 discount on the original retail price of both products.
All you have to do to is add both products to the cart, after which the discount code is applied automatically. Interested? Head to the link below to start customizing your Moto X Pure Edition with Moto Maker.
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NVIDIA is launching a game streaming service called GRID. AAA titles will be available to stream at 1080p60 with the highest quality settings enabled, while the default option for streaming games is 720p at 30fps. Low-latency is one of the major features highlighted by NVIDIA, with CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stating that you'll be able to start playing in just 150ms after clicking on the remote play option, or as he called it, "in half the blink of an eye."
There will be two tiers of subscription, a basic Read more [...]
2015/03/03 7:41pm PSTMar 3, 2015
NVIDIA has just taken the stage at GDC to make it big "Made to Game" announcement, and guess what? It's another SHIELD. This one is just called SHIELD, though, and it's an Android TV box. NVIDIA has added its own twist on Android TV, just like it does with regular Android. The new NVIDIA SHIELD has support for native 4K 60Hz video signals and NVIDIA GRID game streaming technology.
At the heart of the SHILED set-top box is a Tegra X1 ARM system-on-a-chip Read more [...]
Let's get this out of the way: there are some similarities between the recently announced Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6. A lot of ink has been spilled over Samsung copying Apple's designs, but it's not as bad as you might think.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple iPhone 6 both have glass fronts, a physical home button below the screen and metal around the sides. They have LTE radios and are technically smartphones. And if you happen to look at them from below, they look a little similar from that one angle.
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