Posted inFeatured, News

Sony Smartwatch dissected, found not very hacker-friendly

The Sony SmartWatch is a nifty $150 device that you can wear around your wrist and use as a companion for an Android smartphone. It pairs with your phone wirelessly and lets you access Twitter, email, music, weather, and other functions from your wrist. But when hacker Chris Wade took one apart he found it […]

Posted inFeatured, News

Auraslate 1026 tablet dissected, proves hacker-friendly

Auraslate is positioning it’s 7 and 10 inch Android tablets as hacker-friendly devices with open source software. In fact you even get a disc with the source code when you buy one of the company’s tablets. But just how easy is it for an independent developer to work with one of these tablets? Pretty easy, it […]