It’s been a big, big week. Google I/O hit this week, bringing along a whole bunch of Android updates, if not a new version or any actual hardware. And aside from all that jazz, we’ve got an ode to Chris Hadfield, (a wild guess at) how much it would cost to build the starship Enterprise, [...]
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John P. of GeekBeat.tv, Christina Warren of Mashable, and Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry join Rene live from BlackBerry Live in Orlando to talk BBM for iOS, the new Google Hangouts, Google Maps for iPad, and a look ahead to WWDC 2013. Subscribe via iTunes:Audio | Video Subscribe via RSS: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio [...]
Vanilla, open-source Android available for 10-inch tablet on Sony GitHub Like the Xperia Z before it, Sony has announced that it's bringing the Xperia Tablet Z into its version of the Android Open-Source Project (AOSP). The project brings the latest vanilla Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean to the tablet, with the caveat that it's not "certified or [...]
Here are some of yesterday’s stories on TechCrunch Gadgets: LaCie Adds Some Polish To Its NAS Units With ?NAS OS? AliveCor Turns Mobile Devices Into Low-Cost Heart Monitors, Raises $3 Million kandenchi: Designer Mouse That Looks Like A Battery CineSkates: Roller Skates For Your Camera Failbook Phone: AT&T Already Looking To Ditch The HTC Status, [...]
The new iPad has the same battery life as the iPad 2. This may strike some as peculiar because the iPad 3 has a new more highly-powered battery. However, although the battery does carry more juice, this is offset by the new features of the iPad 3 which require more power, for example the high-definition [...]