Thursday, October 31, 2013
A revamped interface, improved dialer, and app search are small steps toward a better Android.
Adjustable sensors can detect kids, pets, and other small obstacles behind the car.
We have all the details on the new Kit-Kat-powered smartphone from Google.
The online retailer will greenlight two new pilots for its Amazon Prime Instant Video service.
Get ready to use your smartphone without fear at the airport—the FAA is reversing its rule about the use of phones, tablets, and other electronic devices on planes. FAA will now allow gate-to-gate access to phones, tablets, and laptops.
Sony dishes the dirt on the PS4's hard drive, game caching, media playback, PS3 peripheral compatibility and more.
Apple offers two standard configurations of its 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, and the benchmarks tells very difference stories for each one.
At Samsung's first inaugural Samsung Developers Conference, "Google" wasn't uttered even once.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Facebook makes almost half of its ad revenue from the ads you see on your phone.
Android tablets drove tablet-market growth, while Apple’s iPad shipments were flat and Windows tablets continued to struggle.
Zuckerberg says hardware isn't part of Facebook's mobile-first strategy. So what's up with the BlackBerry meetings?
Why log in once when you can log in twice? Two-factor authentication can give you some added protection, and it's fairly easy to set up.
Apple is reaching out to owners of the iPhone 5s because of a manufacturing issue that could result in reduced battery life.
White House advisor Mark DeLoura talked at Gamesbeat 2013 today about video games, violence, and education. The result? Math Blaster 2014, hopefully.
Can 20 million new BlackBerry Messenger users really be wrong? Yes, if a cross-platform BBM can't offering uniquely compelling features.
We want these features in Android, but we probably won't get them. Are you paying attention, Google?
Rumors are swirling around Android 4.3, and these are the ones that have a fighting chance of proving true.
If you've been holding out on getting a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, now's the time to buy.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Google took its most unattractive product and somehow made it look worse.
Google showed off 18 new features to its slow-growing social network in an effort to convince photographers of its awesomeness.
Adding extra security to your PayPal account is quick and easy. We'll show you how to do it.
And Netflix may even bankroll some flicks of its own to prime the pump, according to the company's chief content officer.
Forget the Galaxy Gear: Google's rumored to be jumping into the smartwatch fray, and Google Now could just be the killer feature that drags wrist riders main stream.
Monday, October 28, 2013
Google finally provided some Glass updates Monday, announcing a hardware refresh and an expanded Explorer program.
A little bird wants you to tweet Starbucks gift cards to your Twitter followers.
LG finally makes their curved phone official. Does anyone care their phone looks like a potato chip?
With the Nexus 5's release seemingly looming, we already know almost everything about the as-yet-unannounced Google phone.
The update Nvidia pushed to its Shield gaming handheld is jam-packed with new features, additional game support, and Android 4.3.
Three weeks before the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft's revealing more details about its next-gen gaming console.
A car that watches the road and nudges the steering wheel hints at the future of self-driving cars, though not all drivers may be ready to let go.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
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Friday, October 25, 2013
The watch is selling to consumers, but it isn't staying with them.
Finally, fans may be able to watch Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire without being forced to pay for the Game Show Network.
New prices on the Moto X have dropped from $50 to $100, depending on the carrier.
These online Halloween goodies are so scary that they'll still be rattling around in your head long after the Great Pumpkin has disappeared for another year.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
OS X Mavericks could end up on more than 90 percent of Macs, according to statistics from Web analytics firm Net Applications.
Apple's big announcements, the merits of free software, iPad mini versus iPad air, and tablets in education. With guests Susie Ochs and Roman Loyola.
The Google Drive offer, made earlier to Moto X buyers, is now available for the HTC One and One Max.