Facebook wasn’t kidding when it said it wanted to build better backends for the digital world — after sharing the plans for its customized data center, it’s looking to do the same with storage hardware. "We’re taking the same approach we took with servers," Frank Frankovsky, Facebook’s director of Hardware
You know who is a straight up, all around class act? Former TechCrunch CEO Heather Harde, who picked up the "Best General Management" award at this year’s TechFellows Awards because, well, she deserved the hell out of it.
Harde could probably work wherever or do whatever she wants after weathering the
Google may stir controversy from time to time, but you can’t deny it’s one of the better provider of virtual tools that help make your life a bit easier. In this case, the Big G’s bringing along some concert listings to its world renowned search engine. All you’ve got to do on your end is show up, pop
Samsung’s hitting fast and hard with a gamut of press releases just hours before Mobile World Congress. The latest is the update to their flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which has been somewhat lazily christened the Galaxy Tab 2, 10.1 inch version. From a hardware perspective it looks like
It’s been a while since we saw Samsung try the whole projector-phone combination, but now that it’s on top of the smartphone world it looks like they’ve got the resources and guts to try again. Enter the Samsung Galaxy Beam, a new Android smartphone with a Pico projector integrated
In the run-up to the Oscars tomorrow, social intelligence startup uberVU conducted a study of how and where people were talking about the Best Picture nominees.
The data was collected during the week between Feb. 19 and today. The company wasn’t just looking at the number of times a movie was mentioned
Well well well: this would appear to be some pretty solid evidence that Samsung’s latest stylus kick is getting even more plus-sized come Monday. Swedish blogger Anders Frick spotted a couple of large-scale advertisements in and around the Fira de Barcelona, where the first pre-show events for
We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is from Hugh, who wants his businesses conference calls broadcasted in eye-watering detail. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us
We already saw Samsung’s Galaxt Tab 2 7.0 witin the last few weeks, and now the company has just come clean with its 10.1-inch variant (along with a new Galaxy Ruby smartphone). …DevelopingSamsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 officially unveiled at MWC originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 25 Feb 2012 22:00:00
Samsung has finally started to reveal its new products at MWC 2012, starting with this new refresh of the Galaxy Beam packing Android 2.3, a projector and a dual-core CPU. There’s more details and specs in the press release after the break.Developing…Continue reading Samsung unveils new Galaxy Beam