Category: Technology

Honeycomb: The Upcoming Version of Android

Honeycomb, Google’s upcoming version of Android designed for tablets. It requires no physical buttons on a tablet. Instead, it displays buttons on the screen. The advantage to that design is that the buttons appear on the bottom of the screen…

8 Gadgets to Watch in 2011

January has become virtually synonymous with gadgets and new technology. What gadgets will be coming in 2011 that will change the way we work and play? 1. Qi Wireless Power Who wouldn’t want to simply place a smartphone onto a…

Chinese Stealth Fighter Photo Leaked

Photos leaked online that appear to show a prototype of China’s first stealth fighter jet (J-20) were discussed in state media Wednesday  a move that supports claims the country’s military aviation program is advancing faster than expected. Both the English…

4G And Other Wireless To Expect in 2011

Verizon Wireless (VZ) has launched its new 4G or fourth-generation network in 38 cities and more airports offering data speeds faster than anything previously available over wireless. Verizon will be competing with Clear/Sprint’s 4G (S) network and the rebranded T-Mobile…

Free Apps for iPod Touch

Before thinking about paying for apps for your ipod touch there are lots of fun applications that you can download to your ipod touch for free. All you have to do is visit the Apple Apps store and see what…

Google Chrome News 2010

Last week Google announced updates to its Chrome operating system, browser, and Web Store offerings. Google released a beta test version of a lightweight laptop computer for Chrome that it hopes that partners like Acer and Samsung will be selling…

Name You Need To Know in 2011: Bret Taylor

Facebook has a new chief technology officer, Bret Taylor. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Wednesday that Director of Platform Bret Taylor has been promoted to chief technology officer–a position that the company had not previously counted among its ranks.Taylor took…