Kyle Wiggers is an avid writer, web designer, podcaster, and video producer with an acute interest in all things technology. When not reviewing or commentating on gadgets, apps, and videos, he enjoys reading New Yorker feature articles, tinkering with computers, and playing the occasional game of Rock Me Archimedes.
4K on Android – overkill or must have?
4K is the high-definition successor to 1080p, and promises to change the way we experience video. But is the tech, still in its infancy, ready for phones?
Kyle WiggersOctober 21, 2013793 shares
Asus teases new tablet, probably a refreshed Transformer Pad Infinity
It's that time again: Asus is set to reveal a new tablet on September 4th. Most likely, it's a refreshed Transformer Pad Infinity.
Kyle WiggersSeptember 1, 2013324 shares
Google Keyboard v1.1 update brings long-press numbers, bug fixes, and the promise of future improvements
Fear not, Android keyboard users, Google hasn't forgotten you. Google Keyboard v1.1 brings the much-appreciated long-press number row to tablets, bug fixes, and signs of good things to come.
Kyle WiggersAugust 29, 2013337 shares
Pictures of alleged Droid 5 leak, QWERTY slider and all
Thought the Droid slider was dead? Think again. Pictures of an alleged Droid 5 leaked on Chinese site Weibo. The physical QWERTY keyboard is back!
Kyle WiggersAugust 24, 2013234 shares
Google Play Services 3.2 officially arrives, new user and developer improvements in tow
Google, continuing in the spirit of surreptitious, over-the-air core app updates in lieu of new Android firmware, completed its global rollout of Google Play Services 3.2 today.
Kyle WiggersAugust 20, 2013339 shares
Sony Xperia Tablet Z named European Tablet of the Year
Today, the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA), Europe’s largest editorial multimedia organization, recognized Sony with the European Tablet of the Year award for the Xperia ...
Kyle WiggersAugust 15, 2013638 shares
ITC issues import and sales ban on select Samsung devices
The International Trade Commission ruled today that a number of Samsung devices infringed on Apple design patents