It seems like every day we're getting a little bit closer to having tricorders, and today's no exception.
Hipstamatic's subscription-based photo filter app is now publicly available on iTunes, a few weeks after its invite-only launch.
When few (if any) web browsers do everything well, many of us have more than one client just to cover all the bases.
We've gotta give it to Microsoft..
Google has been busy pushing ahead with plans to be a wired internet provider in the US with Google Fiber, and it looks like it's intent on being a major player in the wireless network business elsewhere in the world as well.
We've already seen evidence confirming the existence of Android 4.
During an I/O session called "Structure in Android App Design," Google leaked a new design for Gmail ahead of any official announcement.
In case you hadn't heard, Microsoft pulled the wraps off of its next-gen gaming console earlier this week at an event on its Redmond campus.
Slashtop has a proven track record of bringing the full desktop experience to mobile devices, and now its expertise has come to Windows Phone 8 with the launch of the Splashtop 2 app.
Samsung's relationship with Google seems solid enough for now, but the company is still hedging its bets with Tizen should things turn sour.