Vic Gundotra, bigwig at Google, the man behind Google+ and someone we really enjoy, has a wonderful story to tell about Steve Jobs. It's about how Jobs called him on a Sunday to discuss an emergency.
These Photoshop Contest entries weren't always the winners, and they weren't the most polished. But they were the ones that made me shake my head and wonder what the hell is wrong with you people.
Following only two months behind iPhone 2.0 (but at a significant installed-base disadvantage), Android still has a long way to go. But there is definitely some early potential. Here are our favorite apps of the year.
Sure, President-elect Obama and vice-buddy Biden may have won the election, but Alaskan governor and animal rights activist Sarah Palin won the worldwide Google battle! In the US, however, things were different.
So for those of you who caught the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony last night-Holy crap, right? The synchronization, the music, the timed fireworks; it was a spectacle so awesome that for entire stretches of it, I couldn't really think of anything to say but "woah." The show owes a lot of its splendor to the…
The Gadget: The Sidekick 2008, which follows up the Sidekick LX and Sidekick Slide as a "main" unit (read: not low-end like the iD) in the Sidekick series. It's got improved features like a 2.0-megapixel camera, 2.6-inch display (400x240), video recording/playback, stereo Bluetooth, custom "shells" and most…
ended yesterday, and I can't say I miss it. [Ed note: It's still going on, I just didn't notice, sorry.] Most importantly, the product lines were thin. Secondly, there was a transport strike on the fair's first day. And, there is, apparently, a shortage of prostitutes in Hannover, a definite problem for the…
Click to viewHere is the new MacBook Pro 2008 in Photoshop mash-up wet dream form. Would we see something like this at the alleged—at least according to the usual rumorologists—special event at the end of February?
Monster Cable, the cablemonger that never saw an $80 cable worth $7 it didn't like, reaches deep downmarket with iCableLink, letting you use a proper set of earphones with your iPhone instead of the included stock iPod buds. Uncharacteristically, it's reasonably priced.
If there's one laptop maker that's going to start cashing in on China's 2008 Olympics, it's probably going to be China's Lenovo. The laptop is branded with Coca Cola (and China) Red, with the Olympic rings sitting under the Lenovo logo on the back. It has: