The company is working on a new Android version that will power a car’s entertainment and navigation systems, connect it to the Internet, and integrate with the vehicle’s sensors, a Reuters report says. Sometime in the not-too-distant future, cars from many automakers could feature a version of Google’s Android operating system built directly into the … Continue reading Google plans to add Android directly into your vehicle
In June of 2014, Amazon tried to launch their newest product – the Fire phone. It was essentially a modified Android phone with a “unique” 3D display and a ton of references to different Amazon shops. It turned out that “Fire” was pretty cold, being a complete failure. The phone hit Amazon with a $170 … Continue reading Amazon is getting “Fired” up for another smartphone
A couple of days ago, North Korea was posed as the fault to the SONY FILMS hack, formally by the FBI. This all followed the major GOP hack on SONY FILMS databases, media, and employees. There is no doubt that the news of and following the SONY FILMS hack is the most breaking and worrisome … Continue reading Sony Hack: President of United States vows responsibility for FBI claims
A new study by the research firm Frank N. Magid Associates shows that the popularity of Facebook for teenagers in the US between 13 and 17 have dropped down to 88%. The study had also found that a decline in popularity for all age groups has lowered to 90% this year, as opposed to the … Continue reading Facebook is dropping in Popularity with Teens Again, Study Shows
After securing $50 million in outside funding back in September, Reddit had promised it would find a way to let the community own 10 percent of those shares. Today, it is revealing some details as to how: Reddit Notes. Details are still vague, but Reddit will host a random lottery to give away around 950,000 … Continue reading Reddit plans on giving back to the communities and users with Reddit Notes
As more innovators and tech gurus crawl into the ever-growing technology and internet market, the concern between users and their privacy online become more and more dominant. According to a Pew Research Center study, policymakers and tech innovators will have a hard time to respond. Experts responded to a survey with split opinions on the … Continue reading Will our privacy problems be solved by 2025? Responses released in Pew study
BlackBerry is hitting the market by returning to their roots; releasing a new “Classic” smartphone with a traditional keyboard which seems like an un-logical choice in the time when rival Apple and Android devices – and most smartphone customers – have come to accept and use their screen for almost all functionality. BlackBerry is calling … Continue reading BlackBerry launches their Classic smartphone with a traditional keyboard
Instagram has reached over 300 million active users, a tremendous milestone for the company. Across the abundance of users, there are roughly about 70 million photos shared each day, accompanied by 2.5 billion “likes.” Since March, the active user count for Instagram has grown over 100 million. Quite fast and quite good indeed. This also … Continue reading Instagram now bigger than Twitter with 300 Million Users
The NSA has recently conducted a campaign focused on the interception of internal communications of operators and trade groups in order to infiltrate mobile networks around the world, according to recent revelations from Edward Snowden. The U.S. National Security Agency ran two undisclosed operations, the Wireless Portfolio Management Office and the Target Technology Trends Center, … Continue reading NSA has a spying program that targets many mobile networks
Hey, are you an Android user? Good, because the end-year Holidays are rounding up on us quick, and you need to snap into the spirit! We live in a amazing age where we can set the mood from the power of a small device, in this case your Android. So, with that out of the … Continue reading It’s the Holidays, here are 10 Apps/Movies/Albums on Google play to get to get in the spirit.
Nintendo has revealed that it will be releasing it’s new Star Fox for WiiU game ahead of the more anticipated Legend of Zelda title. During the Game Awards in Las Vegas, CA, the developer of the ever-lasting Mario franchise show cased in a video that the game will be released in 2015 – a head … Continue reading Nintendo’s new Star Fox Game said to release before the new Zelda Title for the WiiU
On Friday of last week, Google boss Larry Page sent out a memo to staff that Sundar Pichai – the man responsible for Android, Chrome, and Google Apps, will be taking on the responsibility of even more Google products. These products include Maps, Search, Research, Commerce, Ads, Infrastructure, and Google+. Page said that the move … Continue reading Larry Page; the main man of Google; puts Sundar Pichai in control of more of Google’s products.
Today (10/26/2014) WeeShare! re-branded, it’s new name now “hubshr” and it’s new url www.hubshr.com. The changes began earlier in the morning, and were in active development up until late in the evening. The original post from the hubshr news blog:“WeeShare! will no longer be WeeShare! Hi, nice to meet you, my new name is hubshr. … Continue reading WeeShare! is now hubshr.com
A new social website has sub-merged, though it isn’t exactly “new.” We’re sure you’ve heard of the site “Ello” that recently appeared, and the rise and fall of Diaspora*, and now a new social network (a social discovery network to be exact) has merged claiming to be the alternative to Facebook: WeeShare! WeeShare! is a … Continue reading The alternative networking site to Facebook: WeeShare! – The World’s Social Network.
Yes, you’ve heard right. According to a recent article from an Indonesia news website “Detik.com,” the Windows Indonesian president Andreas Diantoro said, rather confirmed, that Windows 9 will be available for free to users of Windows 8(8.1). According to Andreas, the “update will be automatic” for Windows 8 systems. Whether this update will occur also … Continue reading Windows 9 will be free to Windows 8 users; Microsoft Indonesian president says
Launcher 8 (fake wp8) is a Android application that turns your boring, dull Android home UI into a fluid, mock-up UI of that of a Windows 8 phone! Developed by the QiHang Team, this application has been downloaded over 5 million+ times, and really turns your Android into something else! Now, I (Jake) of EWT … Continue reading Launcher 8 for Android Review: Turn your Android into Windows 8