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Today at CES, TiVo announced that the TiVo App for Android is now available, and includes support for the Amazon Kindle Fire. According to TiVo PR reps: The free
If you’re looking for a good company to look to who has done a fantastic job of adapting to changing technologies, Cobra Electronics would be a good one. Mostly
It’s a rather unarguable fact that, when Google TV launched at the end of 2010, it didn’t quite make the impression that Google had intended. Indeed, a lot of
Intel has begun showing off reference models of phones and tablets ahead of the annual event.
As if we expected anything else, HTC plans to give its 2012 Android devices priority for Jelly Bean updates. A glance through the handset maker’s Android 4.1 F.A.Q. tells us
Vice president of Google Wallet and Payments, Osama Bedier, indicated this week that Sprint Nextel plans to expand Google Wallet support across “at least 10 additional phones” this, starting with
Sony Ericsson does not appear content to sit behind Samsung, Motorola, LG, or any other player.
A smart tv is good, but a smart tv with Android could be great. Nyxio Technologies is formally announcing the debut of their latest edition to the 2012 product line, The
Hot off the press at CES 2012 is Sprint’s announcement of their first 4G LTE devices. The announcement rings in 3 devices that should please the masses. Sprint customers can
Vimeo is the “home for videos you create” and they are finally releasing an Android application that will be free on the Android Market and Amazon App Store for Android.
Sprint users (my hand is up!), are you tired of the sub-par results you get with WiMax? Well, if you’re in one of the people in a select few markets
Gameloft pinged us yesterday to advise that they recently released a new freemium game, NFL Pro 2012 in the Android Market. Dropping last week on December 15th, the football game
The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
Most of you have read about the latest and greatest tech related stuff from CES already, especially from other news outlets. I didn’t have to focus on the larger companies,
Who is Toast? Stationed in Portland, Oregon, Toast is a company that creates, designs and ships real wood covers for a multitude of devices. They are a small team of 8 who