Google and Android

Google and Android

Angry Birds Turns 2 and Celebrates with 15 New Levels

Wow it’s only be around for two years? Imagine life without Angry Birds (Deep thoughts on a Friday). Anyway, they’re starting a series of promotions for their birthday. The first is...

HTC Investing $300m in Beats – Say Wha?

News broke earlier today that HTC was making a major announcement tomorrow and AllThingsD has revealed that HTC is announcing an alliance with Beats Electronics. Those are the “Beats by Dre’...

Nexus S’s Success Testament to Our Bloatware Hate

By now every single one of you, if I put up a poll on this, would vote that you friggin’ hate carrier bloatware which is why some of you are glad...

The TV Wars Heat Up: Microsoft Brings NUAds, Google Buys SageTV and Apple TV...

We’ve seen browser wars and search engine wars and mobile operating wars and it’s pretty clear where the next battle will be fought – your TV. And expect the same players...

Casio’s G-Shock Prototype Phone is tough, but really short on looks

Remember the jokes we all told as kids about being ugly? “If I had a dog that looked like you, I would shave it’s butt and make it walk backwards!”. “You're...

AT&T Samsung Captivate gets update but not Froyo 2.2

AT&T  has releases a small firmware update for the Android Samsung Galaxy S device they call the Captivate. This is not an operating system update but is supposed to address a...

On the Fence: A fragmented future with Windows Phone

I'm definitely not done making decisions, especially with how awesome and free the Samsung Captivate is probably going to be when I'm ready for my upgrade.  However, in the spirit of this...

Puerto Rican Student Brings WebP to Windows RT 8.1

Harold Martinez, a young man who attends the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon and is versed in C#, Java and C to name a few, declared victory in bringing WebP,...

Jester Schools Us on North Korea

These goofy Kim Jong Un pictures on hacked North Korean propaganda websites and social accounts courtesy of Anonymous are all fun and games (until someone loses a city), but if you have a more serious interest in North Korea’s bizarro-Internet, The Jester (aka th3j35t3r, in some circles ɹ3ʇ53ظ3ɥʇ or “That Tango Down Guy” whom [...]

Should Google Be In Charge Of Internet Identification? They Want To Be

Google likely knows more about each of us than any other online corporation. In fact, in many respects I’d presume they know more about most of us than the government. From...