Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Facebook used its annual developers conference to make your mobile experience better—and not just on Facebook.
A press event in London next month will likely debut the rumored Moto E.
After bringing its Google Apps apps into its Drive cloud storage, Google has decided to separate them again.
The new login tool means you don’t have to sign up for countless apps you might never use again.
Samsung ships twice as many smartphones as Apple, and everyone else is fighting for scraps.
The $300 high-end phone should be fairly easy to get in June, OnePlus says.
That converts to about $275, keeping one of the world's most anticipated smartwatches in pricey territory—unless LG adjusts its "barrier to entry" for the U.S. market.
It's big. It's thin. And you can tweak every nook and cranny.
Get your mobile device to a DryBox Drying Station within 36 hours of its unexpected dunk in the drink, and you stand a 75 to 80 percent chance of reviving your phone. And now the company is looking to expand into self-service units.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Google will reportedly push stock Android with paid incentives for phone makers and unique features for users.
Available May 9, Sprint's version has killer speakers and high-end headphones.
Netflix continues to pay money to improve streaming speeds for its services among major U.S. ISPs.
A minor increase in the processor for the MacBook Air line brings with it a not insubstantial price cut.
Wave your hand to control a brave new world of connected devices. That's the Nod promise. But do you really need another wearable in your life?
Of all the mobile platforms Android has by far the biggest malware problem—but it's still pretty rare.
Monday, April 28, 2014
The shows will air on Yahoo on desktops and mobile devices.
In 1983 at the height of the video game crash Atari dumped millions of game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill. This past weekend, Microsoft and a documentary crew dug them up.
Forget freewways: Google's self-driving cars are being tested on the raucous and rowdy city streets.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014
We go for a test drive with a $100 gadget that plugs into a computer socket on your car and sends data about your driving habits to your iPhone or Android device.
Friday, April 25, 2014
It's just a click away: The new filters include pricing, ratings, hours, and other handy info.
Some U.S. cable subscribers are going to be able to ditch their Roku this week and just watch Netflix through their cable provider's TiVo.
The fad of wearables-on-the-wrist doesn't resonate with Casio, Seiko and Citizen
Apple's slowing iPad growth, how Apple TV is lagging behind in the UK, Tim Cook's product promises, and what a supermarket tablet tells us about technology markets. With special IDG UK guests Karen Haslam, Matt Egan, and David Price.
Don't have a Nexus or Google Play Edition device? No problem!
Thursday, April 24, 2014
App comes with six Android-specific channels
He leaves no word on where he's headed next.
Amble on over to Google's shopping page and pick up a pair. Glass is just sitting there, with an "Add to Cart" button like anything else you may buy online.
Is the world’s largest social network jumping on the wearables bandwagon?
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Now that the social network has figured out advertising, it has greater ambitions.
We already know a lot about the device, but the OnePlus One smartphone running CyanogenMod is finally here.