According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, there is a big shift happening on the watch market. Global global smartwatch shipments reached 8.1 million units in Q4 2015, compared with 7.9 million Swiss Watch shipments. This is the first time ever that smartwatch sales have outperformed Swiss watches on a global scale, giving us a great showcase of times to come. Cliff Raskind, Director at Strategy Analytics, said, “We estimate global smartwatch shipments reached 8.1 million units in Q4 2015, rising a healthy 316 percent from 1.9 million in Q4 2014. Smartwatches are growing rapidly in North America, Western Europe and Asia. Apple Watch
Today, a company named Ringing Bells launched a brand new smartphone. The device is called the Freedom 251 and it costs 251 rupees (about £2.50 or $4) – about the same as a Starbucks cup of coffe – in most cases. It comes with a one-year guarantee, and has surprisingly decent specifications – on paper at least. The Freedom 251 comes with a a 4-inch 960×560 display, a 1.3 GHz quadcore processor (manufacturer is yet unknown), it’s equipped with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal memory. It comes with a micro SD card supported up to 32GB and it features a 1450mAh battery. For those Rajastan selfies, there’s a a 3.2-megapixel
In true reality, the 3D Printers are a great technological advancement, albeit they haven’t invaded our offices as much as we’d want them to. The reason why is simple; their price. Usually a 3D Printer runs around $250,000 for the basic variants that are able to deliver some impressive 3D printed objects, while the more multi-layered stuff can cost even more than that. On the other hand, the solution made by MIT in the form of the MIT’s MultiFab is a machine costing just $7,000 to build. How is that possible? The MIT scientists and engineers have worked to make this as cheap as possible,
Amid graphical disparities between early demos and the final build, we take a closer look at the Witcher 3 downgrade controversy and see what CD Projekt RED has to say.
Today we pay tribute to Ralph Mc Quarrie, the man whose incredible artistic vision defined Star Wars as we know it.
Star Wars day is here, and we celebrate the sci-fi holiday by recounting our favorite shooters, space sims and RPG’s the franchise has to offer.
By letting gamers buy and content creators sell game mods, Valve has jeopardized the very nature of mods and splintered the entire PC gaming community.
Could VR see a release in 2015, or does the emerging platform need more work before it’s ready for mass consumption?
Xur brings more lackluster exotic gear to the Tower, but there’s some gems hidden in the mix as well. Jump in to see which items are worth buying and why.
We breakdown the most exciting announcements of the new Nintendo Direct, including new Amiibos, N64/DS Virtual Console games, Mario Maker and more.
From No Man’s Sky to Tekken 7 and Xenoblade Chronicles X, we weigh the most anticipated games of the year and discuss what makes them so good.
Much to the detriment and disdain of gamers, timed exclusivity is here to stay, and it represents the future of gaming.
Join us as we explore and fight exotic enemies across the sunlit grasslands and craggy spires of Final Fantasy XV’s Duscae region.
A new documentary takes on a controversial subject, but will it help curate a better environment for all gamers, or further the gamer stigma?
That mysterious merchant is back again, and this time he’s brought the Red Death pulse rifle, an exotic helmet engram, heavy weapon synthesis and more!
In this week: Heavy Ammo Synthesis, Ice Breaker, decent stat rolls on armor upgrades and a few other goodies in Xur’s travel bag.
What does Xur have in store for Week 25? Join us as we delve into the shady merchant’s stockpile of exotic goods and find out which gear is worth your hard-earned coin.
To buy or not to buy, that is the question.
Take your heart.
Nintendo’s “revenue sharing” model is set to sabotage YouTubers that focus exclusively on Nintendo content–a move that could considerably backfire.