Monkeys-in-Motion Help Researchers Develop Technology that Could Assist Patients Move Paralyzed Limbs

Researchers at Northwestern University have released reports in a journal, Nature, about their recent undertaking to develop a revolutionary technology that could one day assist paralyzed patients in making use of their affected limbs, regardless of irreversible spinal cord damage. The technology…


The HTC One V: Not too Hot, Not too Cold, This Droid’s Just Right

Okay, so this one may not knock your socks off - but it definitely won’t blow your budget - and for some, that’s all that’s needed. The HTC One V is an Android 4.0 smartphone with a 5MP camera at a very affordable cost. Cousin to the HTC One X with sports the bionic quad-core processor, the One V…


Consumer Priority Service reviews the New Asus Transformer Prime Tablet

The Asus Transformer Prime is hands-down one of the most excellent tablets on the market. The Android tab sports evident iPad 2 influences with a slimmer, lighter body and extras like a microSD and Micro-HDMI support, and an 8-mega pixel camera that may be the best on any other tablet on the market…


Introducing Two New Exceptional Phones from HTC

HTC has come out with two spectacular phones - the Rezound and the Vivid: both 4G phones currently sport Gingerbread (Android 2.3) and are scheduled to be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) within the year. Chances are you are going to want to add one of these phones to add to your electronic…


A Short Guide to Ultrabooks

2012 is, without a doubt, the year of the ultrabook. These slim but powerful machines are popping up everywhere, and from a multiplicity of manufacturers. With Intel’s second-generation Intel Core processors, they represent the crème de la crème when it comes to cutting-edge devices. The best part…


Consumer Priority Service Reviews the HP Elitebook 2560P

While the HP Elitebook is portable, it is certainly not as ultra portable as the Toshiba Portege R830. The machine weighs more than 5lbs, including a hunky battery that juts out from the rear of the laptop, which makes it anything but dainty. But on the flip-side, its inelegance is compensated by a…


Consumer Priority Service Reviews the Toshiba Portege R830

If all goes according to Intel’s plan, the world is about to be lush with Ultrabooks boasting remarkable performance specs comparable to those of the MacBook Air - but at a much lower cost. Until then, however, there are a couple of choices for those who would like to get as close as they can to a…


Nokia Windows 8 Tablet May Be on the Horizon

Rumor has it there’s a new Nokia tablet just around the bend that could quite possibly be ready for launch at the end of 2012. The gossip has been heard through many different grapevines in fact, that the Finnish company could be supplying stores with a tablet featuring a 10-inch screen and a…


Stick it to 'Em (All of Your E-gadgets, that Is) with The Grippy Pad

The Grippy Pad stays true to its name by clutching onto your vehicle's dashboard, allowing drivers and users to set their portable tech gadgets on the pad and keep them there - abolishing the ever-annoying case of your iPhone, smartphone or iPod slipping and sliding all over the place while you're…


iPad 3 to Be called iPad HD: the Rest is Speculation Until Launch Tomorrow

It’s here…almost. Tomorrow, iFanatics will finally have a look at Apple's much-awaited new iPad 3 - which has been officially named the iPad HD. The unveiling will take place in New York City, on the tails of Apple Company’s recent public vow to deliver “...something you really have to see. And…