Tech Reviews

LG G3 review - Does LG have a winner?11m25s

LG G3 review - Does LG have a winner?

The LG G3 is LG's latest flagship device. Sporting a 5.5 inch QHD display, 3GB's of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 CPU, a 13mp rear facing camera with a mobile phone first, laser auto focus.

Introducing the iPhone 6?3m02s

Introducing the iPhone 6?

Meet the new iPhone 6 by Apple? 'Matthias' decided to take a stab what the iPhone 6 should or could look like. The official launch date is on September 9th, 2014, hope you enjoy his take.

Matthias
Published: September 6, 20141,529,683 views
Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R wireless gamepad review4m57s

Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R wireless gamepad review

The Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Wireless gamepad is a Bluetooth 4.0 controller that works with your Android devices, Mac, PC, Amazon Fire TV and Mad Catz Mojo. This Versatile gamepad works excellent to meet your gaming needs on any device. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

LG G watch review - Is it worth it yet?9m06s

LG G watch review - Is it worth it yet?

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear devices to be released. So with the first version of Android Wear and the first generation of the LG G Watch, is it worth your money yet? Check out this review from Jared Busch and let us know what you think! Credit to Jared Busch.

Bye Bye Glasses! Displays that 1m53s

Bye Bye Glasses! Displays that "correct" your vision

Researchers in the United States are developing technology that will enable screens to adjust to a users vision. By combining algorithms that finely tune light with a pinhole film that bends it, the scientists hope the screens could make eye glasses and contact lenses unnecessary for viewing a display. Ben Gruber has more. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: August 26, 2014834 views
Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review15m35s

Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review

The Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K variant is one of the world's first smartphones with a QHD/2K display and it packs the latest in hardware specs, but is it worth your money? Check out this review from 'JaredBusch'.

Android L full walkthrough10m36s

Android L full walkthrough

Android L is the next version of Android after Android 4.4.4 KitKat. In this feature, Jared Busch takes you for a walkthrough of the Android L, the first Android version released by Google as a developer preview.

OnePlus One: an in-depth review (4K)15m29s

OnePlus One: an in-depth review (4K)

The OnePlus One is a highly desired and extremely hard to get brand new smartphone among the tech community. It comes with all of the latest top of the line hardware specs at an irresistible price. Jared Busch managed to pull some strings and acquire both the Sandstone Black version as well as the Silk White version. Check out his in-depth review!

HTC One M8 review12m22s

HTC One M8 review

The One M8 is HTC's latest flagship phone, boasting an all metal body, new front and rear facing cameras and even better dual stereo front facing speakers.

Samsung Galaxy S5 review10m40s

Samsung Galaxy S5 review

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is Samsung's latest flagship of 2014. Jared goes into an in depth review of Samsung's top smartphone, but is it worth the money?

Top 10 Laptop Ultrabooks for 20143m08s

Top 10 Laptop Ultrabooks for 2014

2014 has had some fierce competition with laptop Ultrabooks. Up until recently, the MacBook Air topped the list, but you'll be quite shocked to see who topped for Summer 2014.

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Published: July 11, 201456,183 views
Top 10 mobile phones for summer 20143m07s

Top 10 mobile phones for summer 2014

Looking for the top smartphone for 2014? In this video, Rumble Tech presents the top 10 mobile phones for Summer 2014. You'll be surprised to know that the Samsung Galaxy S5 does not make it in our top 3 phones. Although its a brilliant phone, both the Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8 top our list for the best phones in the first half of 2014.

Top 10 brilliant tech failures2m47s

Top 10 brilliant tech failures

Check out this top 10 list from ListFinity featuring technological inventions that simply didn't work out. Do you remember any of those products?

Harley Davidson's first electric ride1m18s

Harley Davidson's first electric ride

Motorcyclists might soon have to plug in their hogs as American bike-maker Harley-Davidson unveils its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire, in New York. Elly Park reports. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: June 24, 20141,301 views
This Bike Lock Is Unpickable!5m44s

This Bike Lock Is Unpickable!

LockMan28 demonstrates the "Forever Lock", a bike lock which hides the entire unlocking mechanism within itself, thus preventing direct access to the keyhole. Check this out and watch how it works. If you're interested, they'll be selling for approximately $140 (plus shipping). What do you think of it?

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"Floating" Screens Bring New Paradigm To Interactive Gesture Technology

Researchers in Japan are developing interactive touch screens that appear to float in mid-air. The scientists believe their technology represents the future of 3D digital interaction, for use in hospital operating theaters or other environments where gesture technology is more appropriate than screen touch systems. Rob Muir reports. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: April 3, 2014407 views
Future Vision: 3D Printers In Electric Cars?1m35s

Future Vision: 3D Printers In Electric Cars?

Le FabShop teamed up with electric car manufacturer Renault to give us a glimpse of what the future may look like. According to le FabShop, 'We believe that in a near future, cars will be electric, self-driven & equipped for advanced field operations. Your plumber will be able to produce spare-parts in his vehicle, some goods will be produced on demand in the delivery truck.' What do you think of this idea?

Smart Keg Tracks Individual Beer Consumption2m20s

Smart Keg Tracks Individual Beer Consumption

Check out the 'Smart Kegerator' from Phil Harlow. He decided to modify his Kegerator and devised a system based on a Raspberry Pi which recognizes the face of the person pulling a beer. The genius part is that it adds a charge to their tab based on the price of the keg and the volume of the pour!

Autonomous Drones Learn To Fly As A Flock2m17s

Autonomous Drones Learn To Fly As A Flock

Hungarian researchers have developed drones that can fly as an autonomous flock, opening new possibilities for the artificial pollination of crops or search and rescue missions. The scientists originally set out to build flying robots to help study collective motion in animals, but ended up with drones that can fly cooperatively without any central control. Rob Muir reports. Credit: Reuters; Collmot / Attila Korbely; Matyas Lorincz; Collmot.

Reuters
Published: March 21, 2014548 views
Fueled Presents: 40 Years of Cellphone1m26s

Fueled Presents: 40 Years of Cellphone

Starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and ending with a side-by-side comparison between the iPhone 5s and the Galaxy Note, Fueled's designers and animators crafted the 40-year history of the mobile cell phone. For some it will be a walk down memory lane, for others a history lesson. Check out Fueled for more great work!

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"Magic Box" Helps Children Learn Modern Technologies

A Czech company has developed a computerised, interactive device it calls a "Magic Box". Half teaching tool, half toy, the box is designed to teach children about modern technologies in a playful way. Jim Drury has more. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: March 14, 2014769 views