While a vocal minority cry out for an even larger iPhone, those making Android handsets keep delivering the goods. Troubled smartphone maker HTC is the latest, hoping to topple Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 with the One Max.
If you're in the market for a multimedia-friendly NAS that also plays nice with OS X, ASUSTOR's latest network-attached storage servers have what you're looking for, and are now available with a wireless remote control and other goodies.
If you simply can't bear to watch HD video streamed via Netflix, you'll be happy to know the company is stepping up its game with access to higher quality streams -- assuming you have an ISP who will support them.
Long referred to as a hobby during Apple keynotes, Apple TV has evolved into one of the star peripherals of the iOS ecosystem. And no wonder--this slim 4-inch box turns your humble HDTV into a networked entertainment powerhouse. Apple TV’s HDMI and optical audio ports connect to your home theater, and it connects to your network via 802.11n Wi-Fi or 100Base-T Ethernet. Once you’re plugged in, you can buy or rent movies at up to 1080p, or buy TV shows at the same resolution, from iTunes.
As new iPad owners anxiously await the calendar turning over to Friday, March 16, this “hump day” is looking more agonizing than most. After all, who likes waiting, especially in this era of digital instant gratification? Unfortunately, we can’t help bend space and time or whisk you into the future, but we can try to distract you with some tech news to take your mind off that impatient waiting, courtesy of today’s recap for Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
Blasting through a series of product updates and announcements this morning in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook wasted no time cutting to the chase by announcing what we all wanted to hear: “The new iPad.”