Nokia is well known for making strong and sturdy devices that capable of withstanding rigorous use. But who would have thought that a Nokia phone, not designed to be waterproof, would actually fair better underwater when compared to several waterproof …Read More »
An elderly couple traveling from Ridgecrest, Calif., to the Oregon coast, found themselves stuck in a mud pit after the GPS mapping system they were relying on sent them in the wrong direction. The couple ended up spending two nights …Read More »
Google has slashed the price of its Nexus 4 smartphone to $199 unlocked (no contract required) for 8GB version and $249 unlocked (no contract required) for 16GB version.
Nine months ago, Google launched the Nexus 4 to much fanfare at …Read More »
Chromecast is a computer-smartphone-tablet-to-TV streaming dongle that costs just $35 and works with Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices.
Sad news for those who bought a Google Chromecast device with the intention of streaming their own local/offline content on their …Read More »
No surprises here: according to a survey conducted by Forrester, office workers prefer a physical keyboard over a touchscreen. What’s surprising, though, is that only 62 percent prefer a physical keyboard. One would have expected this percentage to be higher. …Read More »
Phone theft is a big issue, one that plagues every mobile phone user around the world. Because of this problem, the South Korean government is planning to incorporate a kill switch in every smartphone. What does this mean exactly? Well, …Read More »
Unless you have $1,500 to throw away (and have a friend that can invite you to join the project), Google Glass in its current form is out of your reach. But worry not young Padawan, things might just work out …Read More »
Windows 8 has failed to take off in ways Microsoft had imagined, but that is not stopping schools in Australia from incorporating the troubled operating system throughout every classroom. The interesting thing about this deployment is how the school boards …Read More »
Because of a poorly worded bill that sought to ban internet cafes and slot machines from the state of Florida, lawmakers might have done the unthinkable: banned all computers and smartphones in the state.
Back in April of this year, …Read More »