🎶 Can’t wear Snap sunglasses at night 🎶

Unless you plan on bumping into stuff, don't expect to record after-dark concerts and parties on your Snap Inc Spectacles. The company formerly known as Snapchat (they really should have...

Hands-on with Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

Nvidia's Shield set-top streaming device got an update at this year's CES, and it was a big one: The new hardware is 40 percent smaller than the original, with a...

Smart canes and wheelchairs among tech empowering the disabled at CES

Amid the confusion of smart showerheads and selfie drones at CES this year, a handful of companies are working to serve the needs of populations that are frequently overlooked by...

Client-side vs Server-side Validation in Web Applications

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...

Behold the robo-fruit

Perhaps you've been watching the BBC's Spy in the Wild, in which meticulously recreated robotic animals cohabitate with their fleshy brethren and record all their secret goings and doings. But...

Gadget Story Time with EPIKGO hoverboard

I have a love-hate relationship with hoverboards. They make me happy when I ride them but they suck to fall off of lol. The other day I saw a guy carrying...

I can’t browse the sites I like at work because company firewall policy is...

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...

Look, a nice round candy-colored mechanical keyboard

Who likes gadgets? You do! Here's a nice one. It's a cute wireless keyboard with round, friendly buttons and a shiny, happy look to it. It has no agenda but...

My microwave is too small to fit the microwave popcorn bag

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense to build media centers discuss the preferences...

WristWhirl lets you control your smartwatch with hand gestures (and look mad while you...

It's a funny thing: smartwatches are supposed to be the more accessible alternative to your smartphone, but you can operate a phone with one hand, while the watch takes two....
- Advertisement -