Nokia Announces $249, 8-Inch N1 Android 5.0 Tablet

Nokia Announces $249, 8-Inch N1 Android 5.0 Tablet

Yesterday, Nokia – the bits of the company that weren’t acquired by Microsoft, that is – teased the reveal of a mysterious black box. Today, the reveal has been, uh, revealed: the N1 tablet, a 7.9-inch slab that … [Read more...]

Snapchat and Square Team Up for Snapcash

Snapchat and Square Team Up for Snapcash

Disappearing money may sound like a problem to some. To Snapchat? It's a feature -- one the company is banking on as one more reason users would want to use the ephemeral messaging app. The feature is called … [Read more...]

Dual-Screened YotaPhone 2 Coming December 3

Dual-Screened YotaPhone 2 Coming December 3

There’s no question that the Android platform has engendered the widest variety of smartphone shapes and sizes. However, despite the freedom that Google’s open-source mobile operating system has afforded OEMs, most … [Read more...]

Facebook Aims at Social Networking for Work

Facebook Aims at Social Networking for Work

When it comes to social networks, Facebook is pretty much at the top of the heap. There are tons of choices out there, from Google+ to Twitter, from LinkedIn to the sparse Ello – but at the end of the day, everyone who … [Read more...]

Nokia Teases…Something for November 18

Nokia Teases…Something for November 18

Last year, Nokia entered into talks to sell its smartphone division to Microsoft, a sale that was completed just a few months ago. While it’s easy to say simply that “Microsoft bought Nokia,” since Nokia was … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-Up: Obama Supports Net Neutrality; Google Announces YouTube Music Key

Weekend Wrap-Up: Obama Supports Net Neutrality; Google Announces YouTube Music Key

Happy Sunday! It's Weekend Wrap-Up day, which means its time to catch you up on the biggest tech stories from the past week. Those in the tech headlines include President Obama, Google, and Sony. Let's find out … [Read more...]

Review: Nexus 9 is a Premium, Pricey Tablet

Review: Nexus 9 is a Premium, Pricey Tablet

The Nexus 9, made by HTC, is a pretty slick device. With a screen that just barely falls below nine inches, it’s a skinny slab that feels like a premium device without seeming like you need to treat it with kid gloves. … [Read more...]

Project Tango Tablet Appears on Google Play Store

Project Tango Tablet Appears on Google Play Store

One of the more interesting initiatives undertaken by Google has been Project Tango, which looks to imbue an Android smartphone or tablet with real-time 3D mapping capabilities. Back in June, Google announced the … [Read more...]

BLACK FRIDAY DEAL: Walmart Selling Xbox One & Halo: MCC Bundle with $30 Gift Card for $329

BLACK FRIDAY DEAL: Walmart Selling Xbox One & Halo: MCC Bundle with $30 Gift Card for $329

Is Halo: Master Chief Collection as great as I thought it would be? Yes. But I purchased my Xbox One nearly a year ago. If you're a gamer who doesn't own Microsoft's latest-gen console just yet, and the newest Halo is … [Read more...]

Sony Announces PlayStation Vue TV Service

Sony Announces PlayStation Vue TV Service

Today, Sony announced PlayStation Vue, a new television service freed from the shackles of cable subscription plans that will provide “around 75 channels per market” from major broadcast and cable networks. The new … [Read more...]

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Preview Build 9879

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Preview Build 9879

Are you a Windows Insider? If so, that means that you’re testing out the Technical Preview of Windows 10, a new (and kinda old) twist on the Windows operating system that blends the best bits of Windows 7 and Windows … [Read more...]

Google Finally Announces YouTube Music Key

Google Finally Announces YouTube Music Key

After over a year of rumors and speculation, Google has finally announced the subscription-based music service spinning out of YouTube. Called YouTube Music Key, which costs $9.99 each month and provides ad-free, … [Read more...]