The most entry-level of Archos's new Mobile World Congress smartphones, the 40B Titanium still makes a strong play for music fans. Archos promises that an "enhanced audio system" (we'll see what that really means) and dual front facing speakers will produce excellent sound for your tunes. On the other hand, Archos didn't spill details on whether the Titanium will have have a more robust music player than the standard Android app. In any case, you'll be able to download a ton of tracks from the Google Play store.CNET's full coverage of Mobile World Congress … Read more
Titanium Backup Root is a decent backup app with plenty of speed, but it only works on rooted Androids. The app doesn't even let you test its backup if your phone isn't rooted. However, if your device is rooted, you might enjoy this app's straightforwardness and all of the features it offers if you opt for the Pro version.
This app backs up all of that data on your phone and SD card, including your app data. It can even back up system apps and move them to your SD card to save space. The only catch … Read more
A new initiative by SpaceX founder Elon Musk would make science fiction author Issac Asimov proud.
In a SpaceX YouTube video (see below), Musk describes how he's endeavoring to build new rocket ship parts using only hand and finger movements and a high-grade 3D laser metal printer. He won't use a typical desktop computer, he won't use a keyboard.
SpaceX is a private company founded by Musk in 2002; it designs, builds, and launches spacecrafts and rockets into low-Earth orbit. The company's goal is to one-day send humans into space so that they can live on … Read more
Archos is making efforts to keep its tablet game strong with the release of its Elements series of tablets. The series offers a wide selection of budget-friendly tablets with a variety of options, but the similarities and differences among the many models have become difficult to navigate and decipher.
Below you will find a breakdown of Archos' Elements series beginning with the Platinum and Titanium lines followed by the rest of the, slightly obscure, Element tablets.
The most recent releases in the Elements series of tablets are currently divided into the Platinum or Titanium range. Both sets feature a variety … Read more
The world of luxury gadgets is a strange and twisted realm full of diamonds, gold-plating, dinosaur bones, and questionable taste. Opulence trumps practicality at every turn. But wait, there's more. The luxury phone market has reached a new high (low?) with the Cruiser Titanium White from Gresso.
The $3,000 phone is aimed at a very specific audience: ladies. Much like Bic missed the mark with Bic Pens for Her, so does Gresso with the Cruiser Titanium White.
The Cruister Titanium White is limited to 999 abominations. The description reads, "Feminine handset of Cruiser collection is highlighted by pearl white color. The perfect ensemble of glossy mirror surface and pure snow-white color adds the phone a romantic and delicate touch."… Read more
Archos' Titanium line in its Elements series of tablets got a bit bigger with the introduction of a 10-inch model, the 101 Titanium. The tablets shares many common specs with the other Titanium tablets and will be available in March for $199.99.
Like the 7-, 8-, and 9-inch Titanium tablets, the 101 Titanium runs Android 4.1 and houses a 1.6GHz dual-core processor and quad-core graphics processor with 1GB of RAM. The Titanium series tablets also come with 8GB of internal storage, a microSD expansion slot, and micro USB and mini HDMI ports.
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Archos attempts to strengthen its Element series of tablets by announcing the 97 Titanium HD. The 9.7-inch tablet will ship with Android 4.1 and a promising 2,048x1,536-pixel IPS display. This matches the resolution of the current-generation iPad.
The tablet houses a 1.6GHz dual-core A9 processor, a quad-core Mali 400 MP4 GPU, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage. Other features include a microSD expansion slot, Micro-USB port, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
The Archos 97 Titanium pricing is set at $249 but a release date has yet to be announced. … Read more
Two years after Trend Micro's big consumer suite overhaul, Titanium continues to improve. This year, there's a big change to which features are available in the different suites to make the suite structure easier to understand.
All "basic" security features have been moved to the entry-level Trend Micro Titanium Antivirus Plus ($39.95 for one computer), while multiple computer and multiple device support, as well as some extra features, are available only in the significantly more expensive Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security ($79.95), Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security ($89.95), and Trend Micro Titanium Premium … Read more
Trend Micro wants to redefine the expectations of people buying security suites by changing what level of protection they get. The Trend Micro Titanium 2013 updates move feature sets around, lowering the price on features previously available only for more money, as well as debuting new ones.
Available exclusively from Download.com today, Titanium Antivirus Plus (30-day trial download, $39.95), Titanium Internet Security (30-day trial download, $79.95), Titanium Maximum Security (30-day trial download, $89.95), Titanium Premium Security (30-day trial download, $99.95), and Titanium Mac (30-day trial download, $69.95) push a number of formerly premium options … Read more
The arms race among shaving razor manufacturers has been a lengthy and dramatic affair. Two blades. Aloe strips. Three blades. Batteries. Four blades. Thinner edges. Five blades!
Will the madness ever end? Nope. Upstart manufacturer Zafirro's Titanium razor is making all of those other razors cower with inadequacy.
Yes, it is made with actual titanium alloy. This is not just any titanium. It's the Grade 38 good stuff, used in demanding military applications. You can rest easy knowing your razor could hold up to the harsh conditions of combat.… Read more