Digg will develop a fast & simple feed reader that syncs across devices. Will it succeed in carrying the RSS torch forward once Google shuts Reader down?
A London-based group says Google Glass is a threat to privacy, and encourages individuals to consider the legal implications of passive recording.
Oh my god, they killed Reader! That was the general reaction of the internet last week, when Google announced its latest spring clean. Which leads us to the theme of this week’s Friday Debate: What Google product you couldn’t live without?
Apple’s iPhone carrier deals are under examination in Europe for potential antitrust abuse, although no formal investigation has begun.
Do negative advertising campaigns really work? As Microsoft ramps up the attacks on Google, and Samsung goes head-to-head with Apple, will the whole tech world be drawn into a dirty war?
Android is finding its way into more and more devices and not all of them are smartphones or tablets. Could our favorite platform usher in an age of affordable home automation? Let’s take a look.
Samsung is keeping with the tradition of using plastic cases on its flagship devices. The use of plastic is a polarizing issue, but is it really that bad?
On this week’s Friday Debate, the question is – what do you think about the Galaxy S4? Read our arguments, vote in our poll, join the debate in the comments section!
What will the Galaxy S4 bring Android users on March 14? We have an idea what to expect from Samsung’s announcement, but will the company be able to surprise its customers?
A recent analysis of the U.S. smartphone environment estimates that Android growth in the region is much lower than iPhone growth. Will the Galaxy S4 change that?