Yes, it’s Halloween of 2014, and we’re here to revisit the technologies that are so frightening, they’ll make you evacuate from multiple “interfaces”.
Australia’s proposed data-retention laws still leave too many questions unanswered. Turnbull and Brandis must fill in the blanks.
A few weeks back I drove down to the San Mateo headquarters of Super Evil Megacorp, the developer behind Vainglory, one of the prominent MOBAs built specifically for tablets (and, as we discovered at September’s iPhone event, the iPhone 6). Read More
Starbucks is ahead of the retailing curve with its mobile efforts and is hoping to stay that way with a mobile order and pay service about to launch with delivery next year.
Andy Rubin, a co-founder of Android and long time employee of Google, is leaving the company. In Android circles Rubin is best known for his time leading the Android devision at Google after being acquired in 2005, only to leave after many years to head up robotics efforts instead.
Rubin is leaving Google to start his own company focused on technology hardware, though Google is still staying committed to robotics after he leaves. James Kuffner, who works in Google’s robotics group, will take over Rubin’s position.
Flipboard for Android grabbed its largest update in some time today, bringing a fresh new design to the personal magazine, as well as over 30,000 new topics to follow, the option to follow others, and what the Flipboard team is calling a “Daily Edition.”
Flipboard for Android grabbed an update today, bringing a fresh new design to the personal magazine, as well as over 30,000 new topics to follow, the option to follow others, and what the Flipboard team is calling a “Daily Edition.”
A number of carriers have trumpeted their plans to offer the curved phablet, but so far those announcements haven’t gotten more specific than "soon" or "this fall."
That may have just changed, though, if a document that allegedly leaked out of T-Mobile’s inner workings – a document that apparently contains the Galaxy Note Edge release date – is legit.
Despite the Note Edge’s limited edition status all four major US carriers – T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint – have vowed to release the curved phone at some point.
The Note Edge is an impressive device all around, but its most notable feature is certainly the way its display curves over onto one side.
However this alleged leaked document isn’t limited to just the Note Edge, and it also reveals that the HTC One M8 for Windows will supposedly launch on T-Mobile November 9.