The big star of the Google I/O conference was the Nexus 7 tablet announced at the keynote speech Wednesday, and one of them arrived at our office Friday.
We snap photos these days without a thought and accumulate several hundred images in a flash, so to speak. And then we face the constant challenge of moving them from one device to another and making sure there’s enough storage and stability to keep them safe for years to come.
A U.S. District Court has handed Apple a victory against one of its biggest competitors in the smartphone market by blocking U.S. sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ split up is stealing the headlines today, but perhaps a more significant divorce is happening in the tech world: Twitter is leaving LinkedIn.
Getting an unexpected message on your smartphone from someone you don’t know is usually very, VERY, annoying, but if that message can save your life? Well, maybe it’s not so bad.
Vizio has begun selling its Cinemawide TV, which has an ultra-wide, 58-inch screen that gets rid of black bars when viewers watch movies.
BlackBerry smartphone maker Research in Motion Limited reported worse-than-expected sales results and will cut 5,000 jobs, the company said Thursday.
Facebook’s U.S. advertising growth has slowed down to a third of what it was in 2011, according to a report issued Wednesday.
It’s July 9, and there’s no email in your usually frenetic Web-based inbox. Your friends on Facebook and Twitter have fallen silent. Searches are fruitless, and the music has stopped on Pandora and Spotify. Your convenient home office setup has been reduced to the small screen of your smartphone.
Analysts began covering Facebook’s stock Wednesday, and on average, they expect only a 10-cent rise above the stock’s IPO price over the next year, according to a report.