Let’s be blunt: having more than one app store on a device gets annoying. If you have Google Play, do you really need a separate curated source of apps from Samsung, Lenovo, or HTC? Some vendors get around the nuance by adding value – like Amazon and the daily free app deals. Others have walked […]
Sprint hosted a “Take the Edge” off event in New York City the other day. There wasn’t too much mystery, especially when one got there and saw the Sharp logo all over the place. As predicted by almost every website, the new Sharp/Sprint device was a no-bezel device dubbed the Sharp Aquos Crystal. You might […]
Amazon has unlimited books, Europe has the right to be forgotten, and Aereo has a lot of nerve! If you want to join in on the fun, check out the Q&A on Google+. You’ll find the live show on YouTube.
Facebook is experimenting on people! ALso, more Google I/O! If you want to join in on the fun, check out the Q&A on Google+. You’ll find the live show on YouTube.
Google I/O! And I guess we’ll cover some other stuff on the side. If you want to join in on the fun, check out the Q&A on Google+. You’ll find the live show on YouTube.
Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors, has taken a huge step by releasing all the patents behind the electric roadster. That means the tech that built one of the biggest tech shifts in car history is now open source. Anyone can build a car this way (having the skills to do that though is […]
Just typing on soft keyboards is out of fashion. Nowadays it’s all about swiping. The functionality is already built into the last two versions of the Android keyboard, will be part of Windows Phone 8.1 and is even going to be part of iOS 8 via 3rd parties. One of those third parties will be one […]
Today was Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, aka WWDC and CEO Tim Cook took to the stage to give a heck of a Keynote. Along the way he introduced the newest version of Mac OS, code-named Yosemite. First, let’s touch on a statistic Apple threw out: the majority of Mac users are using 10.9, Mavericks. […]
This week, we’ll be talking about the the FCC killing net neutrality, Amazon’s monopoly on books, and some serious worries about TrueCrypt. If you want to join in on the fun, check out the Q&A on Google+. You’ll find the live show on YouTube.
Hey, remember Killswitch Engage? The metalcore band formed back in 1999 from bands like Aftershock and Overcast? Not as popular as Atreyu? Those guys. Well, this article isn’t about them. This is about why your cellphone doesn’t have a remotely activated kill switch that you can use to brick your phone when it gets […]