Leaked Photos Expose High-End, Premium Samsung Handset

In the weeks since its reveal, and just before it goes on sale to the public, it seems that the bloom has fallen off the Samsung Galaxy S5’s rose. Most tech writers and critics have thrown their interest behind the HTC One M8 in terms of Android handsets, while the last time anyone had anything to say about … [Read more...]

Report: Google “About to Launch” Android TV

Last week Amazon finally ended months of rumors when the company unveiled Fire TV, a tiny black square box that plugs into your television and streams content from the web. As it happens, Amazon’s long-awaited entry into your living room space was just the start: according to a post on the Verge, Google will … [Read more...]

Need A Website? Try IM Creator

Creating a website these days has gotten dramatically easier than just a couple years ago.  While it’s always useful to know how to code, it’s no longer absolutely necessary to create a high-quality, professional website because of the various tools in the web design marketplace today. A recent web design … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-Up: Amazon Unveils Fire TV; Microsoft Brings Back the Start Menu

Happy Sunday! It's time once again for the Weekend Wrap-Up, where we run down the top tech stories from the past week and get you up to speed. We have some pretty big stories to recount for this week's edition, so let's get to it. Amazon Unveils Fire TV, its Apple TV/Chromecast/Roku Competitor Up … [Read more...]

Tech Talk: Apple Buys Speech Recognition Company Novauris

This week, Microsoft officially unveiled Cortana, its Halo-themed personal digital assistant that’ll come built into the forthcoming rollout of Windows Phone 8.1. But there’d be no Cortana without Siri, Apple’s original take on an artificial intelligence helper who lives inside your smartphone. Not one to … [Read more...]

British Government Signs Deal with Microsoft to Extend Windows XP Support to Entire Nation

As you probably know by now, Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP—a version of its operating system that’s been around since 2001, making it a twelve-year-old OS—on April 8. That’s next week. The company’s been making a big push to get organizations to get off of XP and onto one of its many newer … [Read more...]

How Social Media is Impacting the In-Store Shopping Experience

Editor's Note: This article is part of our Founders Series where we get insights and analysis from founders of various different companies in the tech industry. Justin Garrity is the VP of Product and Marketing at Postano. Justin has over 15 years of experience in product design, user experience, data … [Read more...]

Google’s 3D-Printed Parts & Electro-Permanent Magnets in Project Ara

Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group, or ATAP, is pretty busy these days. We know a lot about what they’re doing with Project Tango, an effort to build a smartphone that can create complex and accurate 3D model of an indoor environment in real-time. But before Project Tango was announced, ATAP … [Read more...]

Microsoft and Apple Chuffed Over 12 Million Office for iPad Downloads

Last week saw the launch of Office for iPad, a suite of long-awaited productivity apps that offer faithful recreations of the more robust versions of Word, Excel, and Powerpoint on Apple’s tablet. All three apps are free to download, and give users the power to read and access files, but to edit or create … [Read more...]

Here Are the Windows 8.1 Phones Nokia Announced Yesterday: Lumia 630, 635, & 930

So far, this has been one bad week to make announcements on the Internet. Tuesday was April Fool’s Day, making it hard to separate the facts from the fiction. And yesterday, Amazon stole the show by announcing Fire TV, a major reveal in both the media streaming and gaming industries. So that left poor, boring … [Read more...]

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