Google Glass adds more hands-free features, Web browsing

Google Glass adds more hands-free features, Web browsing

Google Glass devices are limited to a very select audience, but that isn't stopping Google from continuing to add new features. The company announced an update today on Google+, promising to bring brand new hands-free … [Read more...]

Skype for Android Gets A Major Redesign As the App Surpasses 100 Million Users

Skype for Android Gets A Major Redesign As the App Surpasses 100 Million Users

Microsoft has been using its acquisition of Skype to their advantage recently.  From implementing it by default in Windows 8.1 to now the latest Skype for Android 4.0 update which features a major redesign that takes a … [Read more...]

Mozilla Preparing to Launch First Wave of Firefox Smartphones

Mozilla Preparing to Launch First Wave of Firefox Smartphones

Mozilla, the software company behind leading web-browser Firefox, announced today that the first smartphones built around their mobile operating system, Firefox OS, will be launching “soon.” Phone companies Deutsche … [Read more...]

Don Mattrick Leaving Microsoft to Take CEO Position at Zynga

Don Mattrick Leaving Microsoft to Take CEO Position at Zynga

Don Mattrick, the president of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business — which focuses on the Xbox and all the software giant’s gaming and entertainment efforts — is leaving the company, according to … [Read more...]

Review: LaCie Porsche Design P’9223 Slim SSD

Review: LaCie Porsche Design P’9223 Slim SSD

Fast, slim, and stylish.  These are the three words I would use to describe the new LaCie Porsche Design P'9223 Slim SSD.  As you can probably gather from the name, this external drive sports a solid state drive, which … [Read more...]

Microsoft lets gamers down with Games on Gold offering for July 1

Microsoft lets gamers down with Games on Gold offering for July 1

Microsoft has endured quite a bit of bad press on the gaming front, thanks in large part to the way the company communicates. The Xbox One DRM features, while limiting gamer freedom, were also bold steps that might have … [Read more...]

Microsoft loses trademark case over SkyDrive to BSkyB in UK

Microsoft loses trademark case over SkyDrive to BSkyB in UK

For Microsoft, this has certainly been a week of ups and downs. After successfully releasing a  preview release of both of their brand new operating systems Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 at Build 2013, Microsoft is now … [Read more...]

Ouya remains missing in action for some early backers

Ouya remains missing in action for some early backers

While our own Shawn Farner was able to drive 150 miles and 3 hours across the country to get his Ouya console, some customers - who backed Ouya back when the console was just a mockup on a Kickstarter page - still have … [Read more...]

Cox tests Internet TV service flareWatch at $35 a month

Cox tests Internet TV service flareWatch at $35 a month

For cord cutters, the options for accessing live TV are scant. There is a ray of hope out in Orange County, California, though -- that's where Cox Communications is testing an Internet-delivered TV initiative called … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-up: iOS 7 beta 2, the Ouya launch and Square on the Web

Weekend Wrap-up: iOS 7 beta 2, the Ouya launch and Square on the Web

For those of us who just have to live on the bleeding edge, this week brought good news in that Apple seeded beta 2 of iOS 7 to developers. This latest version, which is absolutely not intended for the end user (though … [Read more...]

Test Drive the PS4 and Xbox One Before Anyone Else

Test Drive the PS4 and Xbox One Before Anyone Else

Did you know GameStop had its own conference?  Well, they do.  Every year the game retail giant puts on GameStop Expo, an annual game conference where game publishers from around the world come and show off their … [Read more...]

Apple Signs TSMC Deal for iPhone and iPad Processors Starting In 2014

Apple Signs TSMC Deal for iPhone and iPad Processors Starting In 2014

Earlier this week we reported that Apple may be dropping Samsung as a major supplier of iPhone and iPad parts, and it appears that that report is coming to fruition (at least, partly).  The Wall Street Journal is now … [Read more...]