Report of upcoming Android 5.0 (‘Jellybean’) draws doubts

If Google's Ice Cream Sandwich was supposed to unify Android devices, it may not stay unified for long. According to one report published on DigiTimes, device manufacturers are apparently already disappointed with the

Published on: February 16th, 2012 Brad Reed

Google Chrome 17 release gets auto-page rendering

You're familiar with autocomplete. Now get ready for auto-page rendering.The latest version of Google's Chrome browser, known as Chrome 17, can now determine which sites you're likely to visit when you start typing

Published on: February 9th, 2012 Brad Reed

Business Electronics Show? CES serves up productivity tech

It's called the Consumer Electronics Show, but at some point in the last decade, the line between electronics for consumers and all manner of digital technology blurred. Today, the acres of exhibits at

Published on: January 15th, 2012 Yarden Arar

Waterproof iPhone a CES show-stopper

A Utah-based company has developed a way to make iPhones and other gadgets waterproof.Attendees at this year's Consumer Electronics Show have been pulling up short at HzO's demonstrations, which include a fully functional

Published on: January 11th, 2012 Jay Alabaster

Samsung Galaxy Note has

The Samsung Galaxy Note, with the world's largest smartphone screen at 5.3-in, doesn't really feel all that big at all. I got a few minutes to play with the new device at the

Published on: January 10th, 2012 Matt Hamblen

Microsoft abandons Windows Phone update timeline

Microsoft released an update for Windows Phone that fixes a number of issues. That is great, but it comes with some news that has upset many Windows Phone users. Microsoft is abandoning its

Published on: January 10th, 2012 Tony Bradley

Top 6 technologies to watch for at CES 2012

Just like snowflakes, every Consumer Electronics Show is special. Or at the very least, every CES comes with its own special buzz technology. "It" technologies in recent years have included tablets (a big

Published on: January 9th, 2012 Brad Reed

Tablets of 2012: faster, thinner, higher-resolution

What will tablets look like in the coming year? Tablets are out of their infancy and moving into adolescence--which means that we can expect big changes ahead as tablets' design and components improve.Tablet

Published on: December 9th, 2011 Melissa J. Perenson

Intel’s Medfield chip ready for mobile devices running Android 4.0

Intel on Friday said it has readied Android 4.0 for smartphones and tablets based on its upcoming Atom processor code-named Medfield, raising the possibility of Intel-inside handheld devices being released next year with

Published on: December 5th, 2011 Agam Shah

Adobe launches Creative Cloud and 6 touch-enabled Android apps

Adobe released six new Touch Apps for the Android market on Monday, along with the Creative Cloud, which integrates content across the new apps with the desktop Creative Suite. The apps are optimized

Published on: November 16th, 2011 Michelle Mastin

Five ways to sidestep mobile malware

Smartphones and tablets are evolving from niche luxury devices to mainstream consumer gadgets. As mobile devices become a ubiquitous part of the mainstream culture, malware developers are paying attention and are anxious to

Published on: November 15th, 2011 Tony Bradley

Customize free online photo editor GIMP to do even more

Not everyone uses the same photo editing software. There are many programs to choose from, ranging from the industry standard Adobe Photoshop CS to more accessible and affordable programs like Adobe Photoshop Elements

Published on: November 1st, 2011 David Johnson

iPhone users complain of iOS 5 upgrade problems

Many iPhone users are finding they can't finish their upgrade to iOS 5, and speculation is that the Apple servers handling the downloads are overwhelmed by the demand.By late afternoon Wednesday, a discussion

Published on: October 14th, 2011 John Cox

Apple iPhone 4S: in-depth hardware specs review

After more than a year with the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S--announced Tuesday by Apple CEO Tim Cook--seems a bit, well, underwhelming.The hardware announced today offers no design overhaul. Apple upgraded the phone's

Published on: October 6th, 2011 Ginny Mies