Today Google is having its annual developer conference keynote, where they will announce key new development strategies and perhaps new devices. Here is a link to the live feed: https://developers.google.com/events/io/ The items I'm excited about are the prospect of Jellybean Android v.4.1 and
Our buddies over at AndroidPolice.com have some pictures of the newest Android version, Ice Cream Sandwich. If you'll remember from a while back, Google said this was supposed to be the version that unites the phone and tablet back into a single OS. Here's the article if you're
Today I'm going to write about three new Android Tablets, the Toshiba Thrive, the Asus Transformer and the Acer Iconia. These tablets are recently released and are being carried at your local stores, so they are here and ready to be bought. The question is, which is the best? I'm going to compare
In last week's post, I went over the various hardware components that we recommend regular testing and cleaning for to maintain a computer in running condition. Today, I'm going to mention the software items that need to be updated regularly to keep your computer up-to-date and operating at its peak
The Apple platform has always been secondary to me in my business. I don't know if it's because there are less of them out there or because they never break. I personally think its the former, having repaired (for much less money and way less attitude than the Apple Geniuses) many an Apple computer.
Today was the first day of Google I/O, where Google announces new technology directions and new products are showcased. I wanted to mention a couple of the cool ones I saw over at Engadget.com. The coolest thing I saw was the Google Prediction API being built into new Ford cars and its ability to