Google Hopes to Bring Chrome OS to Everyone With the Chromebook 11

Google Hopes to Bring Chrome OS to Everyone With the Chromebook 11

When Google announced the Chromebook Pixel those many months ago, I laughed - the hardware is beautiful and high end, there's no doubt about that, with its high-DPI display that would make even the MacBook Pro's Retina … [Read more...]

Google Hangouts App for Android Will Reportedly Get SMS/MMS Support

Google Hangouts App for Android Will Reportedly Get SMS/MMS Support

When Hangouts took the baton from Talk as Google's messaging app of choice, the company promised support for other means of communication (like Google Voice) down the line. Thanks to a report from Android Police, it … [Read more...]

Disconnect Search Allows You to Search Google, Bing and Yahoo Privately

Disconnect Search Allows You to Search Google, Bing and Yahoo Privately

Today, software company Disconnect is launching Disconnect Search, a downloadable extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox that lets you search Google, Bing and Yahoo (and other search engines) completely … [Read more...]

Samsung to Launch Its Own Google Glass Version, Dubbed ‘Gear Glass’

Samsung to Launch Its Own Google Glass Version, Dubbed ‘Gear Glass’

Samsung is reportedly going to release its own wearable technology to compete with Google Glass, according to a Tweet that surfaced this morning.  Blogger Eldar Murtazin, who has a habit of leaking tech news that … [Read more...]

LG Announces Mass-Production of Flexible Display Smartphones

LG Announces Mass-Production of Flexible Display Smartphones

This summer, Korean electronics manufacturer LG unveiled its flexible OLED display, which provides a twist on traditional electronics displays. Instead of using straight glass, the flexible display “is built on plastic … [Read more...]

iPhone 6 Could Creep Toward ‘Phablet’ Territory

iPhone 6 Could Creep Toward ‘Phablet’ Territory

The accepted definition for a "phablet" is a smartphone with a screen size between 5 inches and 6.9 inches. According to BGR, an Apple analyst has recently changed his tune on the company, changing it to a "buy" based in … [Read more...]

Parx Partners with Anagog to Help You Find A Parking Spot

Parx Partners with Anagog to Help You Find A Parking Spot

I grew up in New York, and there’s one phrase I remember my parents saying a lot as we drove to and from our destinations: “too much rubber, not enough road.” The problems with finding room for all those cars in New York … [Read more...]

With BlackBerry on the Block, Many Companies Considering Offers

With BlackBerry on the Block, Many Companies Considering Offers

BlackBerry's troubles in the mobile phone space have been no secret in the past few years. Buyers have overwhelmingly spent their cash on iOS and Android-powered devices, leaving the once-dominant Canadian smartphone … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-up: Snapchat Stories, Instagram Ads and More

Weekend Wrap-up: Snapchat Stories, Instagram Ads and More

Thanks for stopping by once more for this week's edition of the Weekend Wrap-up, where we get you all caught up on the biggest tech stories from the past week. Snapchat Introduces Stories To most, Snapchat is used as a … [Read more...]

Leaked Service Manual Reveals New Nexus 5 Details

Leaked Service Manual Reveals New Nexus 5 Details

If you're eagerly waiting on Google and LG to reveal their next Nexus phone before upgrading that trusty but aging smartphone of yours, your wait is about get a little more bearable - or unbearable, depending on your … [Read more...]

A New iOS 7 Feature May Cause Data Usage to Spike, Here’s How To Fix It

A New iOS 7 Feature May Cause Data Usage to Spike, Here’s How To Fix It

The other day I received a phone call from my mom, "Our data usage for this month increased a lot, we are already using over 4GB of our 6GB limit," she said to me.  I could tell she was a bit confused as to why this … [Read more...]

The Wireless Industry Needs a Google Fiber-like Disruption

The Wireless Industry Needs a Google Fiber-like Disruption

Google Fiber has been an interesting product to watch since it first started rolling out in the Kansas Cities. It's a broadband service but one coming from a company that has a different agenda than the traditional … [Read more...]