Editorial: Tech/Gadgets to watch in 2014

Steam Machine by Valve – Kemory Grubb For 2014, my prediction for gadget/technology of the year, will be the Steam Machine by Valve. The hardware specs, the controller, the operating system, the price, the content delivery platform and company behind it all. All these reasons are more than enough to justify my choice but i […]

NVIDIA Shows off the $999 GTX Titan

Popular graphics card manufacturer NVidia today revealed the Nvidia GTX Titan, a beast of a graphics card both in power and price. Billed as a GPU for supercomputers the GTX Titan’s true triumph is its efficiency and size. It generates less heat, consumes less power, runs quieter and is small enough to fit into compact PCs. The […]

Nvidia shows off “Project Shield” mobile gaming console

The first major reveal of CES 2013 surprisingly comes from chip maker Nvidia who has surprisingly revealed details about their new handheld gaming console code named “Project Shield”. The handheld will be powered by Android Jelly Bean and have access not only Android games but games from the download service Steam. The system is powered by Nvidia’s new […]

ASUS Transformer Pad 300 – Quad Core tablet for those on a Budget

It can be argued that along with Apple, Samsung and Amazon, ASUS is a major player and has been very successful so far in the tablet market. Continuing on from the success of the affordable Eee Pad Transformer and it’s super powerful successor the Eee Pad Transformer Prime comes the ASUS Transformer Pad 300 a Android […]

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime specs, price and launch details

In a year filled with sea of announcements related to Android tablets the only one that floated or wasn’t torpedoed by patent lawsuits was the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. The Transformer got it’s name from it’s ability to “transform” from a regular tablet into a netbook using a keyboard attachment. The tablet went on to sell very […]

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime to be revealed November 9th

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer burst unto the tablet scene earlier this year as a reasonably priced android powered tablet that offered the versatility of a netbook. The response from customers was very positive as I explained in the aricle – ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is a winner. The transformer was indeed a winner and went on […]

Nvidia and the Quad-Core Kal-El CPU – Android leaves A5 Dual-Core Processor in the Dust

It’s bad enough that the Apple iPad, less than two (2) years on, is slowly getting the wind kicked out of their sails by the still disorganized Android based Tablets as my article Android Tablets gain on the Apple iPad – Here Comes the Hot Steppa points out. Now, if Apple is not packing the […]

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 – Another Attractive Option in the Android Tablet Space

Lenovo has finally made an entry into the tablet space with the IdeaPad K1 an android powered machine with enough differences and similarities with it’s competition to make it a viable option in a tablet space rife with competition. There are many great android tablets around such as the Toshiba Thrive and ASUS Eee Pad Transformer […]