Blue Goji has introduced a video game system called Goji Play, which has purposely designed for the gym; rather than for the living room.
The $99 Goji Play is a five-piece set of video game peripherals & accessories which work wirelessly with iOS-based devices like iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
More precisely, it is compatible with iPad 3 and later, iPhone 4s and later, iPad mini and later, and fifth-generation iPod Touch and later. All these devices must be running on at least 6.1 version of Apple's mobile operating system.
Widely popular video-sharing service YouTube has confirmed that it is opening up live streaming to all verified accounts.
Confirming the move, YouTube said that anyone with a verified YouTube account would now be able to stream live videos to the Web. Users will also be able to launch a Google+ Hangout on Air straight from the YouTube Live events manager. Therefore, they will be able to have an easier access to their followers on the Internet search giant's social network.
Valve is all set to deliver its Steam Machine and its Linux-based SteamOS to selected U. S. users for beta testing.
The Bellevue-based game giant announced on Wednesday that it would ship out the Steam Controller and Linux-based SteamOS to 300 selected users in the U. S on December 13.
The beta testing will allow the company to received feedback from the users, and the feedback will help the company refine the new controller and operating system.
Microsoft on Wednesday scored a major victory against Cisco Systems Inc. after a European court ruled that the Redmond-based tech giant's $8.5 billion acquisition of Skype would hurt competition.
California-based Cisco Systems Inc. and Italian firm Messagenet had mounted the challenge last year, arguing that the Redmond firm's 2011 acquisition of Skype would allow Microsoft to have a monopoly on the future of video communications.
In order to beef up security of its customers' accounts, tech giant Microsoft has added some new security and account control features that will allow users to keep a closer look at their accounts.
The addition of new security features has enabled account users to view a log of recent use of their accounts. They can see the date, time, IP address as well as location from where their accounts were accessed.
Online retail giant Amazon on Monday launched a new promotion that people with a rare opportunity to enjoy considerable savings on several Kindle devices.
The new promotion slashed the price of the 16GB WiFi Kindle Fire HDX tablet by 20 per cent. That dragged the price of the 7-inch tablet computer down to $183.20, which represented a discount of $45.80.
Australia's consumer watchdog has declared that it would work on new guidelines or set of principles for governing in-app purchases as part of its efforts to protect customers.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) looked at a total of 340 app games being offered by the Google Play and Apple App Store, and found that nearly three quarters of self-described free apps failed to reveal that users will require make in-app purchases.
The watchdog said fewer than 25 per cent of the game apps revealed that real world money could be used to make in-app purchases.
Microsoft has stopped selling boxed retail copies of Windows 7 OS, but the same OS will continue to be available when it is pre-installed or bundled with a new computer till the start of start of November next year.
The Redmond-based software giant stopped offering boxed retail copies of Windows 7 OS on October 30 this year. But, the cut-off date for Windows 7 OS shipping pre-installed or bundled with new computers has been set at November 1,
Hardware venders like HP, Dell and Lenovo will continue to sell PC with pre-installed Windows 7 for around next one year.
AT&T's off-contract customers will be able to enjoy considerable savings on the carrier's various services staring tomorrow, December 8, thanks to the launch of new Mobile Share Value Plans.
The mobile phone carrier has already confirmed that its new Mobile Share Value Plans would be open to all users who have completed their service contract, buy a handset at full retail price, bring a compatible handset to the network, or join the carrier's Next early upgrade plan.
Social-networking giant Facebook has announced its decision to start distinguishing more and more between different sorts of content to encourage higher-quality content on users' News Feeds.
Lars Backstrom, News Feed manager at the social network, said that the company would look at the source of content to decide whether content is of high-quality or low-quality for a user.
While Amazon is testing drones for delivering packages to buyers' doorsteps, tech giant Google is reportedly experimenting with robots for the same purpose.
John Markoff of the New York Times revealed in a recently published report that Google is working on next-generation robots, which would be used to deliver packages to customers' doorsteps. The report also said that the project is being headed by Andy Rubin - the former head of Google's widely popular mobile operating system Android.
The recent launch of Search4BBM's popular BBM PIN finding service for Android is expected to make it a bid easier for the users of Google's mobile operating system to make new friends and find old ones on BBM.
Users can quickly add new and old friends using the service, thanks to Search4BBM that acts as a searchable directory of BBM PINS. Users of BBM platform can voluntarily add their PIN to the searchable directory.
Network providers AT&T Inc. and T-Mobile U. S. Inc are weighing bids for a block of spectrum licenses that Verizon Wireless wants to offload, according to a fresh report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
The WSJ report, published on Wednesday, said that Verizon Wireless had previously made an attempt to sell a block of spectrum licenses, and that it remained open to a deal. It may be noted here that Verizon Wireless, the largest & most profitable U. S. mobile phone carrier, is a joint venture (JV) of Verizon Communications Inc. and British telecommunications giant Vodafone PLC.
Simply wearing Google Glass behind the wheel is not against the law, a woman who was issued a ticket in California for wearing the device while driving argued.
Cecilia Abadie, a Google Glass pioneer, admitted that she was wearing the device while driving but argued that the high-tech specs were powered off, which could not have caused distracted driving.
On Tuesday, she was produced in a court, where she refused to plead guilty to the charge.
HP recently made four new tablets available for sale on its website. These Android-powered slates, first announced in September, include two low-end models and two mid-range models. For those seeking alternatives to today's Galaxy and Nexus tablets, these might be worth consideration.
All four tablets run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and include WiFi, Bluetooth, 25 GB of free Box cloud storage, and a standard set of headphone and micro-USB ports.
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