I was lucky enough to see a free screening of Captain America: The Winter Soldier last night and the movie is full of awesome tech. There are three highly techciting key elements to the story that I will refrain from going into, as they would be massive spoilers. We’ve previously covered Cap’s shield and the Black […]
In a long-anticipated move, Microsoft has released a version of the ubiquitous Office Suite for iPad. Yes, now anyone can edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on an iPad. Of course, you always could. Off the top of my head, there’s Apple’s iWork solution, now free with new iOS devices. Plus, there’s Google’s Drive solution […]
As a tech site, most of what we deal with is very much considered to be “first world problems” (a phrase already rife with issues of its own). We have the luxury of being concerned about which company bought which, talk about how much we want the newest tablet, or how some pundit said some […]
Sexism at GitHub was big news this week. We also talked about Turkey’s pathetic attempt at blocking Twitter, Android Wear, more Bitcoin news, and more. You can grab the audio here, subscribe to us on iTunes and RSS, or subscribe to the YouTube channel.
Tonight, sexism at GitHub, getting scroogled by Microsoft, Android Wear, and more Bitcoin talk.
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With wearable computing the current “next big thing”, it would have been silly to think Google was going to settle for Glass as the only entry in that market. The search and operating system juggernaut unveiled Android Wear yesterday, a partnership with assorted handset makers to create new wearable devices running Android. Partners include LG, […]
As many Apple Mac users will attest, the selection of Thunderbolt compatible peripherals on the market is still rather limited. StarTech launches its first attempt at offering a Thunderbolt device with the S252SMTB3, a two bay external drive enclosure. Retailing at $326.99, the device supports up to two 2.5 inch HDDs or SSDs with capacities […]
Don’t look now, but it appears that Google is plotting to get rid of Google Voice. As someone who uses that service as his main number, I started to freak out. Except Google isn’t ditching the concept. Rather, Google will allegedly be consolidating it into the Hangouts app. Google has already merged Google+ Messenger, Google […]
Considering that the iPad 2 first came out in 2011, it’s a bit wild to think that it’s just now getting taken off of Apple’s virtual shelves. Three years is an impressive shelf live for a device, especially when there’s an annual update. Apple has replaced the A5 powered, dock connector-sporting old school tablet by […]