I am so excited that the title of this article is in CAPS! Verizon has just sent out invitations to certain major technology websites for an event in New York City on Tuesday. Though the invitation did not mention the purpose of this event, all the signs point to the same thing. THE iPHONE IS [...]Read more
In a private event leading up to tonight’s keynote at CES, Microsoft announced something that may forever change the way we think of Windows computing: the next version of Windows, codenamed Windows.NEXT, will be compatible with ARM’s processors. For those of you who don’t know, ARM processors power devices like smartphones and media tablets and use much less [...]Read more
A few hours ago, Google released a new video which demos the latest iteration of its Android mobile operating system: version 3.0… or as we techies affectionally know it, “Honeycomb.”
This new Android is tablet specific and from the looks of this video, it’s quite the leap from the myriad of other Android tablets running 2.2. [...]Read more
If you’re headed to CES this year (don’t forget, we are) or you’re just a Vegas local with a poor sense of direction, Navigon’s released a free app that may put an end to your navigation woes.
A few hours ago, we learned that Navigon, a company who has earned their reputation selling pretty impressive mobile [...]Read more
Vizio was founded eight years ago with the goal of undercutting prices and taking over the television industry. With their strategy of designing TVs in the US and manufacturing them in China, they quickly became the go-to brand for a cheap television. Since then, Vizio has risen from being a bargain basement brand to making [...]Read more
About a week ago, I profiled iOS 4.2 (Beta 1) on the iPad: for those of you who don’t remember, it’s packed with tons of exciting new features including multitasking and wireless printing.
Although the official release won’t hit iDevices until sometime in November, I shot a quick walkthrough video that highlights some of these great additions.
Hope [...]Read more
A few web stores have mysteriously posted details of a yet-to-be-announced product… “Speakers by Dre?”. Of course, the Beats,the wildly popular over-the-ear headphones from the cable company Monster, are produced by the iconic “beat maker” himself, Dr. Dre. So far, the Beats line has been strictly about the headphones… but could the information we’ve discovered [...]Read more
According to pocket-lint.com, a number of sources familiar with the matter have confirmed that Windows Phone 7 is launching October 11th. The Windows Phone 7 platform is Microsoft’s attempt to rival iOS4, Apple’s mobile OS, as well as the Android plaform, which is Goolge’s brainchild. The sources also confirmed that Microsoft has partnered with a [...]Read more
If you’ve tried syncing your iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch 2nd generation, iPod touch 3rd generation, or iPod touch 4th generation with iTunes this afternoon, chances are you were greated with a lovely message urging you to update to iOS 4.1.
The update includes a number of bug fixes (proximity sensor issue, Bluetooth, [...]Read more
Thanks to the folks over at Google, you and I can officially make calls from our computers to mobile phones (and landlines too)… for free!
Three days ago, Google launched its newest service via Gmail’s webclient. It allows you to make and receive calls to and from the US and Canada. To make calls, you use [...]
Earlier this month, on August 9th, Verizon and Google held a joint press conference o discuss net neutrality, an issue that’s becoming more and more pressing. In a nutshell, net neutrality deals with the openness and availability of the internet– in a “perfect world” there shouldn’t be internet discrimination; access should be equal for all users. [...]Read more