After highlighting an awesome life-sized Wall-E robot, YouTube’s Geek Week continues with even more great content. This time, it’s Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “10 Reasons To Love Science.”
This particular video is basically the famous astrophysicist’s picks for the best stuff …Read More »
Breaking Bad, which is probably one of the greatest TV shows of all time, is coming back this weekend for its final run. What’s a better way to recap the first five seasons of the show than watching it …Read More »
Apple has banned Joyful Executions, a game where you play as the commander of a North Korean firing squad.
The goal is to “process endless waves of various enemies of the state to keep the Divine Leader happy,” which …Read More »
In what is most likely my favorite part of YouTube’s Geek Week yet, the website has placed a fully playable version of Atari’s Missile Command in any video. That’s right, you can do this with any video — like this …Read More »
WARNING: Passwords you save on Chrome are completely unprotected and can be easily accessed by anyone
If you’re a Google Chrome user and you tend to let your browser save your passwords, take note. Due to poor programming on Google’s part, anyone with physical access to your machine can reveal all your passwords stored on Chrome, …Read More »
LG officially announced its newest flagship Android phone in New York today, the LG G2. Now because we’ve actually seen this phone before, there are a few other things about the G2 that might sound familiar.
But before we get …Read More »
Who needs people manning an information desk when you can simple Google it.Read More »
As many of you may know by now, Google and Adblock, the popular ad-blocking browser extension, have had a complicated relationship.
Back in March, Google took down the Adblock Plus app from Play Store due to its “interference with another …Read More »
If South Korea has Samsung, North Korea has Samjiyon. A tourist who chooses to go by the name “Michael” was able to purchase an Android tablet in North Korea, then take it with him outside the country to share with …Read More »
The celebration of Geek Week on YouTube continues! Last time, Google showed off what a Unix version of YouTube would look like, but this one’s even better. Jamie and Adam of Tested visited Michael McMaster’s workshop to take a look …Read More »
I’m not too surprised the latest location Google Street View lets you explore isn’t even a street. After all, prior to this we got the Eiffel Tower and even a location from Harry Potter. This time we’ve got an airplane. …Read More »
Feedly introduces Pro upgrade with ability to search, secured browsing (HTTPS), and Evernote support
Today feedly was updated to its latest version (v17) and along with it came the option to upgrade to feedly Pro. For $5 a month, Pro users will get a number of features that won’t make their way to the …Read More »
From the very moment you bought a smartphone or sign up to a social network, you are no longer safe from being spied on by the government. The Wall Street Journal has recently reported how the FBI is capable of …Read More »
Moto X is finally official: 4.7-inch 720p screen, beautiful customizable design, Motorola X8 chip, and assembled in the USA
After all the rumors and leaks, Google and Motorola have officially announced the Moto X. If you’ve seen the device before or read about its rumored specifications – well, they were pretty spot on. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t …Read More »
If you’ve been jealousy watching your friend play around with Google Glass but didn’t manage to get into the Explorer program yourself, now’s your chance. Google has been sending out emails to owners of the Google Glass Explorer Edition, telling …Read More »
Google Play Store downloads have for the first time ever surpassed Apple’s App Store downloads according to a report by App Annie. However, it seems that Apple still has the upper hand in terms of revenue with iOS apps generating …Read More »
Edward Snowden, who I’m sure we all know by now as the whistleblower that leaked the US government’s PRISM program, has his very own video game. It’s an endless runner too.
If you’ve ever played games like Temple Run or …Read More »
Remember when HBO asked Google to take down VLC? Yeah, that’s got nothing on this. Microsoft has managed to send a takedown request to Google… for Microsoft itself.
The request was sent by LEAKID, a company that manages all of …Read More »
A search on Google reveals a page on Microsoft’s website from 1974.Read More »
Google makes up 25 percent of all web traffic in USA — more than Netflix, Facebook, and Twitter combined
If someone were to tell you that on an average day, Google is responsible for around 25 percent of all consumer internet traffic in the US, would you be surprised?
There’s a good chance that at least one of your …Read More »
When Android 4.3 was announced just a few days ago, Google announced that it would be arriving that same day on its Nexus devices. The Nexus 4, Nexus 10, first-generation Nexus 7 and the Galaxy Nexus were all set to …Read More »
When adult company Mikandi released its porn app for Google Glass last month, it was pulled hours after being released. Now they’re back with something else: the first Google Glass porn.
The porno stars James Deen and Andy San Dimas, …Read More »
Just in case you haven’t heard yet, YouTube is celebrating Geek Week next week and will be highlighting all sorts of nerdy content. But to celebrate and promote the upcoming celebration, YouTube started a little easter egg hunt on its …Read More »
Around a week before Motorola’s scheduled unveiling of the highly anticipated Moto X, the company has announced a trio of new phones coming exclusively to Verizon. Unsurprisingly, since this is Verizon we’re talking about, the phones make up an entirely …Read More »
We all knew the Nexus 7 was coming, so Google’s other announcement really stole the show. They introduced the Chromecast, which is a tiny device that you can plug into your TV’s HDMI port then “cast” (stream) your online content …Read More »
At Google’s Chrome and Android event, the company announced the latest version of Android: Android 4.3. This is the third incremental upgrade for Jelly Bean and it adds somewhat minor but useful features to the operating system.
First off is …Read More »
After being leaked to oblivion, the new Nexus 7 has finally been officially announced at Google’s Chrome and Android event today. The company is touting it as the “world’s highest-resolution 7-inch tablet” and after taking a look at its …Read More »
Just our Google overlords reminding us what is what, nothing to see here.Read More »
When Google announced that it would be shutting down Reader, they made sure to give its loyal fan base a reason. It wasn’t something that people agreed with, but how could you really argue with them when they play the …Read More »
If there was any doubt that we’re about to see a brand new Nexus 7, these leaks should put them to rest.
First off are the official press images of the device you see above, leaked by the prolific @evleaks. …Read More »
Any Gmail user who is not blocking ads knows Google has, for the longest time, shown ads in Gmail (as do other email provides, such as Outlook.com and Yahoo). However, those ads have typically been non-intrusive, traditional ads — ads …Read More »