The New Stuff

Android Embraces The Dark Side, Abandons Free Spirit

Known for slaying Symbian and instilling fear within the heart of Steve Jobs, Android has apparently taken a turn for the worse. In an attempt to squash fragmentation and speed up OS updates, Google is no longer allowing manufactures, carriers ...

Google Fiber Comes To Dorothy’s Home State

After postponing their decision of which town was worthy of Google Fiber, it looks like the search engine giant has finally chosen a city to host the future of the internet. After a careful review, today we’re very happy to announce that we ...

QR Codes Get Marketers Attention

QR codes have been around for more than a decade, but it is only now that they are gaining popularity in the United States. And now, more than ever, marketers are looking at the extensive possibilities that QR codes offer. QR stands for Quick ...

No iPhone 5 From Apple This Summer?

Based upon Apple’s previous schedule one should take this report with a huge grain of salt. However considering the news is from Jim Dalrymple (who has a solid reputation according to Gruber) Cupertino might be throwing everyone a curve ...

Motorola Hedging Their Bets Against Android?

Unlike Nokia (who abandoned MeeGo for Windows Phone 7), Motorola doesn’t seem to keen on relying upon Android to guarantee their future. While the company has experienced success with the Droid serious, the company apparently is working on ...