Google to sell wireless service in deals with Sprint, T-Mobile

David K: Google Inc. is preparing to sell wireless service directly to consumers after striking deals with Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US Inc., a move...

Well Walter Smyth, Microsoft is on roll to prove you wrong

Well if you remember correctly few days back our Walter Smyth said Apple Watch could still beat Microsoft Band. Yeah, I could kind of agree to that, but Microsoft Band is...

Looking For Writers and Tech Junkies

As with all things, everything must change. So too has Mobility Digest. We have had our ups and downs and had a lot of people come and go. It has...

Microsoft Will Buy Minecraft for 2.5 Billion

Redmond Tech giant Microsoft will purchase the very popular multiplatform game Minecraft for a whooping 2.5 billion dollars. Mojang, the company that developed the popular game created a “Lego Like”...

You Hate The New Bing Apps Name But You Didn’t Search For Bing Very...

So yesterday we started talking about how Microsoft renamed the Bing Apps to MSN:   RAM = “Why Microsoft always struggle to name or brandies its apps and services?...

Which Will Win Your Heart Android L or iOS 8?

I saw a pretty interesting article on CNET over the weekend that was stating 9 reasons to get excited about Android L (pictures). Click the link to head on over...

You Were Saying About Scroogled, Spikerosoft?

Danny: “Microsoft: We have the right to search your Hotmail account” (updated) Hmmm.... We can't really trust anyone. Companies reading our emails, storing our SMS, siri storing our...

California Court Of Appeals Approves Drivers To Use Smartphone Maps

A California State Appeals Court has made a new ruling which says that California drivers can now view Smartphone based maps in their car while driving.  This going against the...

Force Microsoft to Support XP

Doug Simmons: Windows XP still resides on a third of all desktop and laptops. When they all stop receiving security updates, they will all become runaway trains headed toward the great botnet...

Debate: Olympics Already a Failure

Doug Simmons: The 2014 Olympics, even if it were to go down without more bombs and terrorist rhetoric, is a failure, and we should all cut our losses and just call...