Facebook Announces News Feed Redesign To Mirror Mobile - In the coming weeks, Facebook will roll out an update to the News Feed design it introduced last year. More users will be switched from the old News Feed design, with a white background, to a mobile-inspired News Feed with bigger images and a darker background. There [...]
Google made waves in the wearable device market with Google Glass. Its wearable ambitions are believed to be much more greater than just smart eyeglasses. Despite the fact that Glass hasn’t even been publicly released right now, rumors have been circulating that Google is working on a new wearable that might make it to the market soon. Show More Summary
Unit still costs $1500 and you'll need to have it shipped within the U.S. It seems as though Google is ready to make another round of people into Glass Explorers, as email invites for the $1500 headwear are rolling out to folks who signed up on the Glass website. Show More Summary
After a wave of updates for its Android apps yesterday, Google has just announced an update to its Hangouts for iOS app. The update brings the app version number 2.0.0 and is the first update for the app since all the way back in November. The update adds a plethora of features and design tweaks, […]
Google Glass continues to make its waves. Or, in the case of some people, continues to tick people off. Such was the case with San Francisco social media consultant Sarah Slocum, who claims she was attacked this weekend for using Google Glass in a local bar. Show More Summary
A powerful new development platform from Google offers a new wave of 3D Vision-based applications, devices, and services -- the second wave in our mobile future going forward.
If you have to go, you might as well go out with a bang. Nokia made waves and ruffles feathers on Monday morning when it unveiled not one but three new smartphones that are powered by Google’s Android operating system. The mobile software...Show More Summary
Technology has been taking giant bites out of the publishing business for going on 20 years now. First Craigslist hoovered up all the classified ads. Then news aggregators devalued content. Now, the shift to computer-automated — ie. programmatic — ad buying is putting the squeeze on smaller publishers, who lack the technological wherewithal to keep [...]
Forget Google Wallet. A London-based startup has created object, pose and gesture recognition technology that could let you merely wave your wallet at a computer screen to initiate an online payment. That's just one of many possible applications for Seemove, a technology from Seeper. Show More Summary
Forget two-factor authentication codes—SlickLogin uses sound waves.
The App Store is ridiculously unpredictable except when it comes to one thing: Developers doing everything they can to ride on the coattails of something that's successful. We saw it with Angry Birds and a tidal wave of games where you would fling things to knock other things over for three stars. Temple Run brought
Apple and Google have finally begun to stem the tidal wave of Flappy Bird clones saturating app stores, developers report. App creators have taken to Twitter after finding out that their own versions of Flappy Bird have been rejected. Show More Summary
If Google's latest acquisition is anything to go by, entering a password could soon be as easy as placing your smartphone near your computer. Israeli startup SlickLogin confirmed today it has become the latest company join Mountain View's ranks...
The recent wave of protests against tech companies and the gentrification they have brought to the cities their employees call home has now expanded beyond the confines of the Silicon Valley. This morning, two protestors in Seattle disrupted...Show More Summary
The Triumphant ferry's Google rides seem to be at an end. Image via ALL AMERICAN MARINE YOUTUBE CHANNEL The Google-hired ferries skimming Bay Area waves are coming to the end of their pilot period, with their last scheduled rides running...Show More Summary
Google is attacking the desktop PC with renewed purpose, announcing a wave of new Chromeboxes and a suite of meeting tools for businesses. Unless you’re running an IT department, the most interesting Chromebox will be the $179 model from Asus. Show More Summary
Chromecast fans may want to brace themselves for a tidal wave of new apps coming for the device in the near future. Today Google released a new SDK that will allow developers to create their own applications for its Chromecast …
If the mobile wave continues to swamp the consumer desktop then either advertising-based Web companies must find ways to replace the lost income or they must retrench.
Google’s wearable gadget has been making waves for well over a year now, but its still a long way from customers hands. Over the past year the company has gradually opened up the Explorer program to more people, and even if its not as hard to get your hands on a unit from eBay right now, the high prices are bound to drive away many early adopters. Show More Summary
GameStop is challenged as Google, NVIDIA and Valve are set to push digital-only alternatives.