Pepcom Highlights from CES 2014

We stopped by Pepcom this year and saw a few nifty things from Piston, drooled over the Lenovo 4K display and checked out a "fair" way to cheat at gaming. The Red Dot is not a cheat - it's just a fancy way to hipfire accurately - and it's awesome. Check it out!


Check out more pictures in the gallery here - as well as more of our CES 2014 coverage here.


Android App Pick - Compass 360 Pro

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we are trying to keep you on track with Compass 360 Pro. This is a great App whether you're heading out to the hills or taking a drive anywhere, if you know which way North is, you'll never get lost... right? Go for a drive and check out our App Pick of the Week!

Compass 360 Pro


Android App Pick - Pac-Man Dash

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we get our game on with Pacman Dash. This is a full-on bit of nostalgia any way you bite it as Pacman gets unleashed from his maze and gets to roam freely much like Sonic. This is a classic mashup between a couple of games that makes for a really fun time. Get your platformer on and do the Pacman Dash!

Pac-Man Dash


Origami Robot Builds Itself

I'm not sure why people are in such a hurry to create machines that are going to kill us all, but in the name of "Science" they are doing just that. A week or so ago, we shared a story about a robot that will modify how it moves based on damage taken - so that when you shoot a leg off the darn thing, it can figure out how to chase you. This time around, we have a link to a robot that can fold itself a body and they run. It's pretty amazing, but a little creepy.


Chromebook Gets NVIDIA Treatment

Just yesterday we posted a link to a review of the new Chromebook C720 from Acer that packs in a Core i3 CPU and gets 8+ hours of battery life. Today, NVIDIA has announced their new K1 64-bit chip that packs in a quad-core Tegra K1 chip that will net you 1080p resolution and a crazy 13 hours of runtime. If this isn't enough to convince you, consider the price. The NVIDIA powered Chromebook is only $300 - compared to the Core i3 version at $400.

On a superficial note, the Chromebook 13 is definitely more basic-looking than the Chromebook 2. Whereas Samsung's model comes kitted out with a fake-leather lid, the Chromebook 13 is made of plain white plastic. It's clear that if Acer made any sacrifices to reach that lower price point, this is it. Then again, this is a perfectly serviceable, if unexciting, design, and the full-sized keyboard is naturally more spacious than what you'll find on Acer's older 11-inch Chromebooks.

Source: Engadget

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