The holidays are in full swing. People are out buying turkeys and early Christmas presents. decorations are going up and kids are drawing turkeys by tracing their hands. Google is looking to help people keep up with the holidays with Inside Search, which offers a wealth of information for anyone who’s looking to enjoy the holidays.
With tablet computers being more powerful than ever before, it looks like they’re about to pass a milestone. Reports are that tablets will pass notebook computers in units shipped in 2013, which will be the first time tablets have outsold computers.
Over the course of the last 6 months, carriers in the US have begun doing unlimited data plans to compete for customers who use a lot of data. Following examples by Sprint and T-Mobile, US Cellular now has their own unlimited 4G LTE plan with an option to add tethering.
With the Apple vs the world patent wars finally simmering down, we were all hoping these patent battles would soon be over. It turns out that couldn’t be further from the truth as LG is being taken to court by Samsung over OLED patents.
Public transportation can get messy sometimes. You usually have to buy a ticket, wait in line to get entry, and then redeem your ticket to ride. Things can get bad if you lose your ticket. Now, rail train commuters in Massachusetts can use smartphones instead.
Google has spent nearly a billion dollars on renewable energy and they fully intend to keep going with it. Google has just invested $75 million on a wind farm in Iowa to help provide Iowa homes with renewable energy.
The wildly successful launch of the Nexus 4 surprised pretty much everyone. Now, everyone can have a piece of the Nexus 4 goodness with the hallmark Dot Live Wallpaper app free in the Google Play Store.
With other wireless services giving Google the stiff arm, Google has finally decided to do something about it. A deal has been struck between Google and Dish Network to create their own wireless service.
While Apple is off getting patents for break neck technological advancements like the rectangle and turning pages in books, Google has been after something a little more worthwhile. We’re all... familiar with GPS. A bunch of satellites in space send our devices a signal that uses that signal to pinpoint our locations. Google now has a patent that works much like that, but with cell coverage.<...
Photoshop, perhaps the most famous photo editing software in the world, also has an Android and iOS app called Photoshop Touch. The popular app has made it’s way to the Kindle Fire App Store, where it has been optimized for Kindle Fire tablets.