The department store Harrods is no stranger to exposing Londoners to some of the finer — and more eccentric — things in life, and so after learning that it’d be bringing RIM’s Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry to its shelves as a UK exclusive, we couldn’t help but smile with curiosity. While we’ve yet
This is the first Christmas where I didn’t get a single gift. Because I had to take care of a bunch of logistics issues, I decided not to celebrate "the holidays" this year, and you know what? It was awesome. It’s amazing not having any expectations about what you’re going to get, give and whatnot. Also,
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Over the years, software development has ping-ponged between server-centric and client-centric designs. Today, with dominant mobile platforms like iOS and Android, apps have entered a hybrid client-server architecture.
What this means for developers is that they have to juggle more technologies than
The fifth installment in the annual “United State of Pop” mashup series from Jordan Roseman — a laptop-based DJ better known a…
You wanted an Android tablet for Christmas… and you got one! Alas, it’s a Kindle Fire. Whoops! While the Fire is technically well within the realm of "Android tablet" (and a mighty fine tablet, for the price), it’s not quite the tried-and-true vanilla Android experience you were looking for.
A few months of work by iOS hackers Grant Paul (aka chpwn), Steven Troughton-Smith and Ryan Petrich has culminated in the release of Spire, a new installer that will easily set up Siri on your jailbroken iOS 5 device. While Apple has kept its little helper exclusively constrained to the iPhone 4S, it
Final update: Three months after ReadWriteWeb first described these plans in detail, Google announces Google Circles as part of a larger social initiative. It is as we reported it.
We believe that Google will preview a major new social service called Google Circles at South by Southwest Interactive
LG’s FPR 3DTVs already featured lighter, cheaper passive 3D glasses than their active shutter competition, but next year the company will push its advantage even further with these new models. The three options available include the F310 (at right, above) which it says weighs 20 percent less than last