With Froyo, Google's latest dessert-themed update to its Android mobile OS, they added even more features users were clamoring for, like wireless syncing and hotspot support. But what about future updates? We think we've got it figured out.
HP buying Palm made some waves, but it's got nothing on the other big tech deals we've spotted on the horizon:
Facebook's long had some privacy issues, and now that they're broadening their reach on the web, who knows what'll happen next? Oh, right. We do:
The Library of Congress announced this week that they'll be archiving every public tweet made since 2006, but they've been keeping track of some people's Twitter accounts way longer than that. We've collected some of the great tweets from yesteryear:
It's been a long week and we could use a laugh. We've already started worrying about taxes and pre-ordering iPads, among other stresses. To sum it all up, here are some illustrations from a cartoon maestro called Lunchbreath.
Apple's lawsuit against HTC made one thing clear: Steve. Jobs. Will. Cut You. And with all the patents they've got? Nobody's safe. Here's who's next on the subpoena warpath:
You've probably heard about the school district that installed spy software on laptops issued to its students so they could spy on them without their knowledge. Creepy! Well, here's a peek at the principal who came up with the idea.
Do you make new year's resolutions? If so, you should avoid the following products. Your chance for success in 2010 would be over before it began.
Like me, you will probably unwind over the holidays and have a few drinks at a party with friends (or alone while crying in the dark). Just keep these tragic stories about mixing gadgets and booze in mind.
Our Friday lists are all about gadgety fun and leisure, but sometimes technology can be frustrating—and there is definitely a right way and a wrong way to handle it. This is definitely the wrong way.
So, I'm doing the Mindflex game review, and I start thinking about the evolution of classic board games. Personally, I like the fact that many of them got a 21st century makeover. These 10 games may have purists thinking otherwise.
With Halloween coming up this weekend, it seemed like the perfect time to discuss a problem far too many of us face—homes that are haunted by evil spirits.These gadgets can confirm you are not completely crazy.
Few things are more relaxing than sitting in front of a fire on a cold fall day. These 10 products will help you harness the awesome power of fire in your home.
On your feet all week? Maybe you just want to spend the next couple of days sitting on your ass. If you had these 7 gadgets, you wouldn't have to get up for anything.
Adam's disturbing adventure with the Fleshlight (NSFW) this week got me thinking about the flipside of sex with machines. What about our emotional needs?
Much to my dismay, I'll be spending a lot of time in airports this weekend—so I've dug up some products that might make life a little easier on the layover.
You're busy—believe me, I understand. You want to make the most of your time off, and that means speeding up mundane activities. These gadgets can help.
If a robot uprising ever does happen, chances are it's because we made them do stuff like this.
How would you spend your extra time off this weekend if money was no object? If The Most Interesting Man In The World needed a break from counseling the Dalai Lama or whatever he does, this might fit the bill.