You can now register for Google’s I/O conference that is taking place from June 25th-26th.
Tickets will run you $900, but if you get an academic discount, you can nab them for $300. However, getting into the conference isn’t as simple as just buying a ticket. Read more »
We know that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 will be powered by Tizen (Samsung’s proprietary OS), as opposed to Android, which was the software of choice for the first Galaxy Gear.
But what about the Gear Fit, Samsung’s health tracking wearable? It turns out the device won’t be using either of these options. So what will power the Gear Fit’s software? Hit the jump below to find out. Read more »
President Obama is proposing a bill that will end the NSA’s current cell phone monitoring methods: namely bulk data collection.
This means that the NSA will no longer be able to have access to all people’s cell phone and call records at all times. The new bill propose a whole new slew of regulations. Read more »
Mozilla’s getting a new CEO: Brendan Eich.
He’s replacing Gary Kovacs, who announced that he would be stepping down about a year ago. Hit the jump to find out what Eich’s vision for Mozilla is, now that he’s calling the shots. Read more »
If you have an Android phone, you’ve been able to use Google Now for quite some time.
Well now anyone with chrome installed on their computer can enjoy Google Now, as big G just rolled it out for Chrome. Read more »
Two of the UK’s biggest brick and mortar tech retailers, Dixons and Carphone Warehouse, are in talks to merge.
The deal would put 3,000 stores and 35,000 employees under one corporate umbrella. Read more »
It looks like the US Government’s suspicion of Huawei is deep-rooted.
Leaked NSA documents have made it pretty clear that the US security organization has been spying on the Chinese cell phone manufacturer for years. Read more »
Oppo’s latest flagship phone, the Find 7, was recently announced, and it’s been revealed that the phone will come in two variants: both QHD and full HD versions.
There are some other differences between the two versions that extend past just their respective resolutions. Hit the break to find out what they are. Read more »
The Tamil Nadu tax department in India made claims as to the legitimacy of Nokia’s tax exemption status for certain devices and now Nokia has officially protested their claims.
The Finnish cell phone giant filed their protestation with the Madras High Court today. Read more »
The newest iPhone may be packed with some software that can help preserve the life of your battery.
Apple isn’t just going to throw in a switch that dims the lights on your screen or switches off your 4G either, what they’ve got planned is more in line with monitoring each individual’s specific cell phone usage behavior. Read more »
The Samsung Gear 2 and Gear Fit were unveiled in Taiwan today, and so were their prices.
The Gear 2 will run you $299, and the Gear Fit will cost $199. Read more »
It looks like Apple has decided to contract their iPad Mini 2 retina displays to their biggest competitor in the mobile technology space: Samsung.
Sharp, LG, and the not-so-known AUO (a Taiwanese company) produced the screens for the previous iPads. Read more »
Microsoft’s Xbox One is already available in 13 countries, and it looks like the Redmond-based tech giant is looking to expand its market share.
The Xbox One will be available in 26 new countries, and we’ve got the full list after the jump. Read more »
Thinking about picking up a Nokia Lumia 1520? Well the Microsoft Store has a deal for you.
You can get a $100 bill credit and 50% off the phone’s flip cover. There are some stipulations, however. Read more »
There have been rumors about an LTE enabled Surface 2 for a while, and it seems like it’s finally hitting the market.
FCC documents point to a device named “Surface 2 (AT&T 4G LTE).” Read more »