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According to a new report by the Digital Luxury Group, the photography-based social network is beating Facebook for engagement.
Ideum has built a 46-inch Android tablet that doubles as a coffee table and that can respond to 60 touches simultaneously.
The Nike+ FuelBand SE fitness and lifestyle tracker, released in November, is now out in a black and silver colorway that aims to resemble a piece of jewelry.
Measuring 110 inches from corner to corner, Samsung’s latest ultra-high-definition television is the biggest of its kind and arrives just in time for the new year.
Nissan has posted a teaser video for its 3E, a head-mounted internet-connected device that not only offers the wearer a heads-up display of current speed and navigation instructions while driving,… Read more
LG has announced that its G Flex handset will be coming to European shores in December once it has officially launched in its homeland on November 12.
Apple’s first gold-colour iPhone sold out immediately in Hong Kong and mainland China, according to reports and online buyers desperate to snap up the new status symbol.
The first pictures and specification details have emerged of the Ti, the first handset built by luxury smartphone maker Vertu, since Nokia sold the company in October.
LG Electronics has launched sales of its new television using a next-generation display that the company hopes will drive growth against giant rival Samsung.
Alongside a range of new devices, the camera specialists have announced an exclusive special edition Leica X2 designed by Paul Smith.
Leica and Apple, two of the most desired brands in the world of design, are getting together to produce yet another fascinating — and very expensive — product.
Vertu has unveiled the Constellation Quest Ferrari, a luxury smartphone inspired by the Ferrari 458 Italia sports car.
LG and fashion label Prada are collaborating for the third time to release the first LG Prada smartphone, the Prada phone by LG 3.0.
The ASUS-Automobili Lamborghini VX7 has come speeding onto the UK market.
While companies try to recover from global financial crisis, the market is still full of new and cutting edge gadgets implementing the latest discoveries and developments.
BlackBerry WebWorks Platform Enables Web Developers to Build Robust Applications for the BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet That Also Support BlackBerry Smartphones BlackBerry Smartphone Platform Gets New Releases
Kingston Increases microSDHC Card to 32GB Large Capacity Card Perfect for Content-Rich Smartphone Use Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc.