It’s absolutely primitive by today’s standards, but when Pong arrived in 1972, it was a technological marvel. So how…
Merry Christmas! Toybox is taking the day off for some festive revelry and will be back tomorrow, starting a reduced schedule between the 26th and January 2nd. Normal shenanigans will resume on January 5th.
Chromecast just got more educational content and funny laughs, in the form of seven new apps including Comedy Central, Sesame Street Go, Nickelodeon, and more. Sidenote: this also offers more ways to escape your family over the holidays.
Pocket, everyone's favorite service that was formerly Read It Later, just announced a paid plan. For $5 a month or $45 a year, your Pocketed pages will persist forever in a searchable, tag-able, digital library. Like Evernote, but exclusively for things you probably won't get around to reading.
Chromecast just keeps getting better. You can now cast livestreaming baseball through the MLB.TV app. The only catch is that you'll have to have a premium subscription. If you do, it's time to play ball!
The first official Ubuntu hardware partners have been announced and companies you've never heard of! Expect the phones later this year, but don't set your heart on US availability you crazy Linux junkie.
Microsoft and YouTube just told us that they're working on an official YouTube app for Windows Phone together. The app will be released in "the coming weeks" (and will have ads).