Of all the computers I’ve owned in my life, none were more exhilarating and exciting as the Commodore Amiga 500. Sure, the short time with the Vic-20 and then the long tenure with the Commodore 64 were very forming of my being, but the sheer innovation and wow-factor of the Amiga were legendary! Ars Technica has […]
I recently made the switch from an HTC One that I got back in May, my first Android phone, to the Google Nexus 5. Why did I do this? There are a few reasons, but one of them was that I wanted to have a phone that ran Google’s most current version of Android without […]
So, in preparation for moving, I bought a new router since I needed to have both households up and online while we had a 10 day transition period, or so. One of the features I was looking for in buying a router for this was being able to turn my Brother multifunction printer into one […]
This is cool. A camera with a real OS. The Nikon Coolpix S800c will run Android Gingerbread and have a 3.5″ screen. I hope it’s snappy and responsive. Hehe, no pun intended!
I tasted a new iPad at lunch. Holy smokes, that display. Imagine, 60 ppi aside, surfing on a tablet that looks like the iPhone 4/4S. Stunning. Didn’t even see a game that was native to 2048×1536. That’ll be amazing as well. Have fun new iPad getters today!
Surprisingly, Apple is 3rd, at 21%, behind Google’s 28% and RIM’s 36%. Read more at Ars Technica.