Yesterday a Kickstarter project dubbed Pebble was initiated. Essentially, Pebble is a “smartwatch” with an e-paper display that can connect to iOS and Android-based devices via Bluetooth. While there have been other attempts to develop watches with a similar concept in the past, they all pale in comparison to Pebble.
Image From Google’s concept video (on the left) and one of Google’s mockups (on the right) Earlier today Google revealed mockup images and released a video for Project Glass. For those of you that don’t know, Project Glass is one of Google’s side projects that will attempt to bridge the…
According to the latest data gathered by Nielsen, Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iOS have pushed other mobile operating systems to the brink of extinction. The closest competitor to the two giants of the mobile industry is RIM with their Blackberry devices. However, with only 12% of the total smartphone…
Rovio, the iOS and Android game developers behind the Angry Birds franchise, just released a new trailer for the next installment to their wildly popular game series: Angry Birds Space.
According to The New York Times’ sources, who happen to be Google employees familiar with classified projects, Google will release a pair of glasses that have the capability to stream information to the wearer’s eyes in realtime via a heads-up display.
This post will walk you through the simple steps required to root your Amazon Kindle Fire running on 6.2.1 and gain Superuser access - it’s the Android equivalent to Jailbreaking iOS devices. Steps (Windows only):
Onlive, a cloud game streaming service, recently announced that they will be expanding into a different form of cloud-computing. Starting this Thursday, January 12th, Onlive will offer a full-blown virtual desktop service for mobile devices.
Earlier today Motorola released a teaser video (embedded below) with a frowning USB charing adaptor and an invitation to “Stay Unplugged”.