With yesterday’s Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement, Samsung joined the likes of HTC One and Sony Xperia Z with having its own 1920 x 1080 (1080p) smartphone for 2013.
I’m an avid Windows Phone user and enjoy many of the features it brings to the table, including live tiles, hubs, and easy integration of
Google just killed off the only Google service I ever cared about, and the internet is worse off for it
By now, you’ve probably heard the crushing news. Google is shutting down Google Reader - the near-ubiquitous RSS service – on July 1. This is an
When I first got my Nexus 4, I was at best mildly annoyed by the glass back (which can’t really be called a battery cover
It was two years ago when we first learned that Mozilla was working on a project called Boot to Gecko or B2G. Mozilla had announced
We have all seen them: the masses of iPhone 5 users who purchase their elegantly designed phones and then wrap them in thick OtterBox cases.
Facebook unveiled a newly redesigned News Feed today that puts the focus squarely on bigger pictures that will create a richer browsing experience, fresh feed
Yesterday, I reported on a story that I thought was huge at the time: a security hole was discovered (or some might say rediscovered) in
For every week that goes by, I get increasingly annoyed by how slowly society is going paperless. Unlike a lot of other changes that end
For a long time, Sony has been a company that hasn’t really held much interest to me. It just seemed to me that every time