The week Facebook Home came out, so did another Android launcher you might not have heard about.
In the summer of 2012 Google dropped the Nexus Q, the media-streaming entertainment device, from its offer but now it appears that a new Nexus Q may be in the works.
XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce released a video a yesterday talking about a recruiter’s perspective to resumes.
A few weeks ago we talked about 22cans Curiosity coming to an end as Peter Molyneux and the gang decided to cut the Curiosity Cube down to a meager 50 layers.
Spring has sprung and Summer is around the bend, now it's time to organize your holidays. If you're like me, getting out of the buzz of the city is a must.
Here we go with another edition of our Best New Android Apps of the Week…
Barney Jones, 34 years old, who used to work for the tech giant Google between 2002 and 2006 in an executive position, just revealed some of the "immoral" practices of the company when it comes to tax avoidance, the Google Tax Scheme, as he calls it.
Getting feedback for your app during development is as simple as adding logging info where necessary and looking for the output in logcat.
In Reto Meier’s 2013 Google I|O presentation, he referred to a concept he called the “uncanny app valley”.
Do you find yourself obsessively jumping from ROM to ROM? And do you hate having to restore a full Nandroid backup each time you want to revert? Or perhaps you just want some tools to be able to easily manage your Nandroid collection.