GreatCall Touch3: a smartphone designed for the elderly

The Jitterbug brand has long focused on making devices tailored for "aging Americans," combining easy-to-use software with affordable hardware. GreatCall, the creator of those, today revealed the Touch3, the latest addition to its repertoire of... … [Read more...]

Ollie, the newest member of the Sphero family, can be yours today

It feels like CES 2014 took place an eternity ago. To be more specific, it's been roughly seven months since we were in Las Vegas for the madness that is the Consumer Electronics Show. So why are we telling you this? Well, because that's how long it... … [Read more...]

Logitech’s new keyboard can dock your smartphone and tablet

Wireless keyboards are a dime a dozen nowadays, but every now and then we come across one that manages to stand out from the rest of the pack. And that's the case with the new K480 from Logitech, a Bluetooth keyboard that's capable of doubling as a... … [Read more...]

Explore the world of ‘Destiny’ through Google Street View

Whether it's touring an insanely large cruise ship or the Polar Bear capital of the world, Google's Street View has you covered. But the search giant doesn't want to limit that virtual experience to tangible, real-life things, which is why it's... … [Read more...]

‘Big players’ from US and China reportedly interested in OUYA

OUYA's remained relatively quiet over the past few months, aside from making content-focused announcements here and there -- such as OUYA Everywhere and the expansion of it. That said, the gaming startup, once a Kickstarter sensation, could be making... … [Read more...]

Facebook said to bring back some face-recognition features in the EU

In the past, European data authorities haven't been very receptive of Facebook's facial recognition software. But it looks like that might be changing soon. According to TechCrunch, the social networking titan has (quietly) started to restore some... … [Read more...]