Vizio announced earlier this week that it will be among the first TV manufacturers to ship sets that use the Dolby Vision high dynamic range imaging technology that Dolby Labs first showcased at CES--in 2014.
After a PR blunder that involved comparing Apple to Nazism, Chinese firm LeTV is announcing something that's actually worth some attention.
After years of accusations and litigation, the once-frosty relationship between Apple and Samsung is thawing. The two companies may always be rivals who create competing products, but their business partnership is growing stronger: Samsung is reportedly dedicating 200 employees to creating displays exclusively for Apple.
ExoLens is a lens system built for the iPhone 6, intended to give you more shooting flexibility than the standard iPhone lens. The kit comes with an aluminum bracket that slides over your phone, and a pair of lenses that screw into the bracket.
Analyst says there is a "definite trend has emerged" whereby small UK consultancies – such as Lemongrass, Smart421 and Cloudreach – have established themselves as key AWS implementation partners "taking on some of the most progressive public cloud projects".
BT has relaunched its BT Cloud storage service with added Google Chomecast support and other new features.
It may be the most amazing MacBook yet, but as you no doubt expected, Apple's new 12-inch Retina MacBook is a nightmare for the fix-it-yourself crowd.
Netflix is making its shows more accessible for the blind.
When the first Ubuntu phone launched, it was only available via limited-time "flash sales." If you missed them, rejoice! You can now purchase an Ubuntu phone like you would any other product--if you live in the European Union, at least.
Smart thermostat maker Nest has plenty of experience helping utilities manage peak demand through its Rush Hour Rewards program, which involves pre-cooling participating homes in anticipation of an energy rush hour and throttling AC usage during such a period. This spares the utility company the high cost associated with bringing additional power plants online while earning the user a sweet reward. Nest now intends to wield similar magic on the generation side of the energy equation.