When you have "Air" in your name, people expect you to be thin — so it's no surprise that the iPad Air 2 is even thinner than its predecessor. Measuring just 6.1mm thick, it's also more powerful, thanks to a custom A8X 64-bit processor, 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi, and faster LTE on the cellular models. More competent, as well, with a new eight megapixel iSight camera capable of 1080p and slo-mo video, panorama, and burst mode, a new FaceTime HD camera, dual microphones for better audio, an improved, anti-glare Retina display, and, in a move that surprises no one, a Touch ID-enabled Home button.
What has seemed like a futuristic dream to many is a reality with a product like Ubi. The device plugs into a wall outlet, connects to WiFi, and awaits your instructions via voice. Talk to Ubi to search the internet, set reminders, play music, email, text, or use it as a speakerphone or an intercom system. It's also equipped with temperature, humidity, air pressure, and ambient light sensors — giving you valuable feedback on the environment. Ubiquitous computing through products like these show that the future is now.
Google's newest flagship handset is here, and it's huge — in more ways than one. As the name suggests, the Google Nexus 6 boasts a 6-inch screen with a 1440x2560 display, surrounded by minimal bezels to keep things as small as possible. Other features include a quad-core 2.7GHz Snapdragon processor, a 13 megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization and a f/2.0 lens, a two megapixel front cam, dual front-facing speakers, a spacious 3220 mAh battery that offers over 24 hours of use from a single charge, and Android 5.0 Lollipop, the best version of Google's operating system yet.