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Magic Leap Might Outshine the Oculus Rift

Magic Leap, now backed by Google, is developing a product that may outshine the new Oculus Rift.

Introducing Google Play Music All Access

Google has recently introduced a competitive service to the music market. With Google Play Music All Access, at just 10 dollars a month, users have access to a wide variety of songs to stream from the cloud. Through a feature called scan and match, Google Play Music can scan through music...

Upgrade Mom with a new laptop

Macbook Air, Nope. New Windows 8 Ultrabook, Nope. How about a Chromebook? So what’s a Chromebook? Simply, it’s a laptop running Google Chrome OS. If you have used the Chrome browser on a Mac or PC,  you already know how to use it. Why Mom will love it. Boots fast, usually 10 seconds or...

This Week in Tech: Last Minute Gifts Edition

It's the week before Christmas and you're still scrambling to find your favorite techie the perfect gift. You've checked EDG's Holiday Gift guide, but still no such luck. But fret not! EDG is here to save the day! We've rounded up this week's tech news to stir up some holiday gift-giving...

Google Glass

More than Just a Dream? Many of you have probably already heard of Google Glass by now.  For those of you who haven’t, Google Glass is a hands-free head mounted device that began development back in 2011. If you are thinking “Oh, so it’s like a Bluetooth headphone” or something along...

Google Chromecast

We recently wrote a Google Chromecast vs. Apple Airplay article, but since that point we have gotten our hands on Chromecast and really like it! We wanted to share this video for you guys to check out: ...

Google Chromecast vs. Apple AirPlay

Showtime Showdown "Everyone loves their phones, tablets, and laptops," said Google. "Unlike other solutions, we will not force you to have the same operating system on all your devices." Google is throwing a punch at Apple with their new Google Chromecast, a tiny $35 dongle that lets anyone...

Roku 3: the new, fully-loaded streaming player

The era of cable and satellite subscriptions are coming to a screeching halt, and tech giants like Apple and Google are racing to get consumers hooked onto their own media-streaming services in order to keep up with the new norm. [caption id="attachment_6285" align="alignleft" width="620"] The new ...