So far, Kodak hasn’t done as well as it hoped to with the sale of its patent portfolio. Now the company, which filed for bankruptcy in January of this year, is saying that it may form a licensing company if it doesn’t sell its patents.
Today, Google announced via its official blog that soon Google Play and YouTube will be offering more movies and TV shows from Twentieth Century Fox. Family Guy, Glee and recently released movie Prometheus are among the announced titles.
After announcing the Kobo Arc just weeks ago, Kobo has made some changes to its plans, dropping the 8GB version of the Arc entirely, and cutting the prices on the rest of the line of 7-inch tablets.
Those who always felt a little bad for the pigs in the Angry Birds series of games now have a reason to celebrate. We’ve known for a while that Rovio was preparing to release Bad Piggies, a brand new game starring the birds’ enemies, but today a trailer was finally released showing off the gameplay.
Good news for the Android tablet market today. According to a report released by IHS today, the popularity of tablets will continue to rise in 2012, and 7-inch tablets will continue to gain traction throughout the remainder of the year.
In a blog post today, Google’s Tim Bray lamented that instead of searching through Google, users will often go to a specific website to avoid the hassle of signing up or logging in, and mentioned that Google may be working on a solution. Does this mean that an integrated Google password manager could be in the works?
Nik software, makers of the photo editing software Snapseed, among others, announced today that it had been acquired by Google. What this means for the Snapseed iOS app remains to be seen, but the more interesting question is: what could this mean for Google+?
Frequent travelers, especially those who often find themselves country-hopping, may find a friend in the newly released Uros Goodspeed. The device offers an alternative to roaming charges in the form of a mobile hotspot with slots for up to 10 SIM cards.
Users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 who use Gmail or Google Calendar will soon have to upgrade or switch browsers, as Google Apps is dropping support for the aging browser on November 15.
The first television commercial for the highly anticipated LG Optimus G made its way to YouTube today. The catch? You’ll have to speak Korean to fully understand it.