Google+ is pretty cool. I just got in last night thanks to a friend who invited me while they were still available. Unfortunately people were so excited to get in that Google was a bit overwhelmed while they’re just in beta, and had to cut off the invitations. Turns out [Read More...]
Today we’ve updated the Google search experience for BlackBerry 6.0 WebKit enabled devices. We’ve added a number of enhanced search features integrated throughout the homepage and search result pages, making searching faster and easier on www.google.com, especially on touch-enabled Blackberry devices. Left: Improved homepage with autocomplete and [Read More...]
One thing’s for sure about the Android dev community: They move fast. Less than two weeks after the device’s launch, root access has been achieved for the Evo 3D — both the stock version, and the updated kernel that was released OTA right after launch. Android dev agrabren [Read More...]
Samsung has announced a very interesting phone recently that straddles the line between high and low end devices with a very curious mix of specs. The device mixes some of the standard features of today’s superphones, 4G WiMax and a front facing camera specifically. Most of the other specs are [Read More...]
Cut the Rope was made available via GetJar last week for a one week exclusive. Now that a week has passed, it is now available ad free in the Android Market for .99 cents. The GetJar version was free, but ad supported.
Check out our hands on video from last week [Read More...]
Odds are that mentions of the Skate caused your mind to immediately wander to roller derbies or marine biology, but that’s clearly not the sort of imagery ZTE is looking to evoke with its forthcoming smartphone. After all, the Gingerbread device does seem a step up from the company’s usual [Read More...]
It seems they have moved on from the Taco Bell Chihuahua named Gidget that was used for years of advertisements for Taco Bell and now they are offering some mobile gadgets for everyone to get in on. Right now at participating Taco Bell stores you can win a Samsung Galaxy [Read More...]
There are a few Augmented Reality (AR) apps out there like Layar, Junaio, and Wikitude, but none of them could be used on a Honeycomb tablet. Well, thanks to Wikitude’s latest update (6.1), it is now possible to use your tablet’s camera to find places around you.
It is compatible with [Read More...]
London-based designer Kevin Grennan has a particular stance on the yet-to-be-fought Robots vs Humans war — it’ll stink, literally. Mocking a part of our bodies we spackle to stop secretions, this Brit created a robotic armpit that sweats out pheromones so you stay out of danger. As part of his [Read More...]
The OG Droid as some call it is in fact the original Motorola Droid that was hugely popular over on Verizon. I still see the Droid more than almost any other Android I think. If you have rooted or toyed with your Droid most likely you know the name Peter [Read More...]