They might not be fighting crime, have a turbo boost button or have an awesome 80’s electronica soundtrack but self driving cars are edging closer and closer to the public and mass production. But unlike KITT they’re not quite ready to scream around a busy interstate at 150 MPH. While they probably could, Google’s latest […]
Google’s new Soli radar based interactive sensor detects sub millimeter motions at up to 10,000 frames per second. Plus Jack Dorsey returns to Twitter, the Ripsaw EV2 extreme luxury vehicle and the OBi200, a $49 Voice Over IP gateway box that lets you take Google Voice phone calls on your home phone. x https://youtu.be/l7YEYa25ONU More […]
Google Play has a reputation as the wild west of app stores for better or worse. Google has implemented some new policies to try to change the “or worse” part and clean up the store. Announced today, Google will be implementing both manual app reviews and content ratings on its apps. Let’s talk about how […]
x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC8Xy3Q82hY Google has announced a new generation of its flagship Chromebook Pixel. The new Pixel continues the original’s legacy of pairing premium design and credible hardware with the company’s browser-focused Chrome OS platform. The new model is more powerful, more advanced, and more affordable than the model it replaces. The Pixel comes in two […]
Is it a good time to buy Twitter stock, the camera on the Galaxy S6, and how to become a criminal by bootlegging movies!
It’s time to unite! The next big thing to happen since Adium, Trillian, IM+, and so forth. Messaging is still at the tip of the iceberg. Whether it’s a celebrity getting exposed, or the battery life getting sucked dry from chatting with people in so many different apps! Disa (currently in beta), is an app […]
Just a couple weeks ago we brought you news that Google had reached an agreement with AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile to replace their Softcard with Google Wallet. We wondered what would happen to Softcard and now we know. It’s being put to pasture and soon. Softcard will officially shut down on March 31st. It gets […]
Google is making changes to Contacts, and we’re giving you a sneak peek.
Graphene technology gets closer to your devices, making complex travel plans simpler with Google Flights, strange lights spotted on dwarf planet Ceres, and the web mourns a geek culture icon.
We’ve heard rumors about this for a few months, but it’s finally happened. Google has joined the travel world with a new service called Google Flights. Google Flights is doing things a bit differently than Expedia, Orbitz, and Kayak. First off, it allows you to do regional searches instead of a specific airport. It’ll even […]
What do Laser Deposition Welding, Digital Payments and a big old bean bag have in common?
The Android mobile payments landscape will soon be simplified thanks to an agreement between Google and the wireless carriers AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Under the deal, Google Wallet will Partner with Softcard, a mobile payments consortium owned by the 3 carriers. Google Wallet will soon be installed by default by the 3 carriers. There will […]