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  • TC AppleCast 7: Apple Watch Event Preview

    TC AppleCast 7: Apple Watch Event Preview

    It’s that time: The Apple Watch event happens Monday, and we’ll get answers to all our remaining burning questions about the wearable coming out of Cupertino. Based on our discussion, we’re very much still in the dark about how much these will cost, and just how much third-party software will be able to offer. Also, we discuss what else Apple might show off on stage, including… Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: MWC And The Future Of VR

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: MWC And The Future Of VR

    This week, John and friends ventured off into the land of Mobile World Congress to check out the latest and greatest that mobile has to offer. The Galaxy S6 was finally unveiled, but it was actually HTC that surprised us with a new VR headset preview. We veer off on various tangents throughout, so as usual, this podcast is a bit like a box of chocolates. We’re also trying out a… Read More

  • The Apple Watch Is Time, Saved

    The Apple Watch Is Time, Saved

    Over the course of investigating the Apple Watch, I’ve spoken to several sources who have spent extended time with it. There are a lot of interesting details, some of which we’ll get into. But, by far, the biggest recurring theme is how little you use your iPhone once you have one. After these discussions, it seems certain that the Apple Watch will shortly be the primary way you… Read More

  • Apple Watch Sounding More Independent In Latest Leak

    Apple Watch Sounding More Independent In Latest Leak

    The Apple Watch will offer a lot more independent features than were previously announced, according to a new leak from the generally accurate 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman. The wearable is set for an official unveiling Monday, but Gurman’s report highlights some heretofore unknown features from sources with hands-on experience, including longer continuous and mixed-use battery life… Read More

  • Join Us At Hardware Alley At Disrupt NY

    Join Us At Hardware Alley At Disrupt NY

    We want to see you in New York for Disrupt NY 2015, our annual celebration of all things startup. It’s a great time. You get to meet great founders and VCs and I’d love to meet you. Hardware is my favorite thing in the world and you’re some of my favorite people. Disrupt runs from May 4-6 and will be held at the Manhattan Center in New York City. It’s an amazing event… Read More

  • Would You Buy A ‘Smart Band’ For An Apple Watch?

    Would You Buy A ‘Smart Band’ For An Apple Watch?

    Would you shell out money for a ‘smart’ accessory band for an Apple Watch that added additional capabilities? More battery life, perhaps? The reason I ask is that the Apple Watch has a port that the company has yet to show off. It’s being used for diagnostics and direct access to the Watch operating system, but it’s feasible that could be used to connect accessories in… Read More

  • Let’s Face It: The Apple Watch Will Sell More Than A Million Units In Its First Month

    Let’s Face It: The Apple Watch Will Sell More Than A Million Units In Its First Month

    As we approach AW-Day, the naysayers are coming out to put their hand in front of the bottle of champagne that will be used to christen the S.S. Apple Watch. The most prominent of those naysayers was Mark Wilson, a traditionally even-keeled fellow who, in his own way, is pushing the pro- and anti-Apple Watch argument forward. I won’t even debase his post with the term clickbait: he has a… Read More

  • Keys Midi Controller Teaches Keyboard With LEDs

    Opho’s Keys Teaches You How To Play The Piano

    Those looking to learn the piano have a new option in the form of Keys, a smart keyboard you can connect to your phone to pick up new songs or to your computer to make your own. Read More

  • Acer Outs A Pricey Chromebox With 8GB Of RAM, 4k Monitor Support

    Acer Outs A Pricey Chromebox With 8GB Of RAM, 4k Monitor Support

    There are not many options for computers running the Chrome OS in desktop form. Acer just released a new one and it’s a monster of sorts. Packed inside the svelte box is a powerful little machine that costs nearly double that of other Chromeboxes but sports computing power unheard of from a Chrome OS device. Read More

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