Is Amazon coming out with a phone? Have you ever thought of Facebook as a bank? And, the Better Business Bureau is warning us about a new scam targeting Netflix users.
T-Mobile started selling 4g-enabled iPads for the same price as wi-fi only models. Starting tomorrow, Google will sell Google Glass to any adult. U.S. internet advertising revenue has surpassed that of broadcast television. And, Robert Downey, Jr. Has taken Twitter by storm.
I’ve got a few tips to help you save your smart phone’s battery. Google is checking in to the hotel business. And, can 140 characters ruin your relationship?
Websites are racing to fix a security flaw known as Heartbleed. Imagine being able to fully charge your cell phone in less than a minute! And, Bentley is developing a hybrid car.
Netflix is now offering a higher resolution streaming service called 4K TV. Twitter is rolling out a new look to all of its users. And Amazon Fire TV is now the number one item on amazon’s best sellers electronics list.
You can see robots in action this week in Pensacola. The Robotics Lab is inviting you and your family to a special open house. The goal is to get young people excited about science and technology.
Microsoft is ending support for the Windows XP operating system today. Amazon has another piece of hardware called Dash. And, the next big round of Apple announcements are expected to happen in June.
A tech company says it can triple your wi-fi speeds with Multi-User MIMO. A new study surveys the effects of screen time for children. And, Turbo Tax releases an app that files taxes from your smart phone.
Microsoft just introduced Cortana, the company’s new digital assistant. T-Mobile will stop selling Blackberrys on April 25th. And, Amazon unveiled a new video streaming device called Amazon Fire TV.
Yahoo wants to compete in a big way with Google’s Youtube. Amazon releases more original content- hoping to compete with Netflix. And, a new iPhone app helps you keep an eye on who’s reading the emails you send out.
Happy Birthday to Google’s Gmail! Google is ramping up its assault on traditional television advertising. And, round two of Apple’s huge patent fight against Samsung has gone to court.
Microsoft Office is finally on the iPad. Facebook has hired a team of scientists to beam the internet all over the world. And, Amazon is considering an ad-supported movie and music streaming service.
Atari is making a comeback! Some amazon.com customers can get a partial credit for e-books. And, Twitter partners with Billboard to create the Billboard Twitter Real-Time Chart.
Intel is making a move into wearable technology. Facebook is buying a virtual reality game maker called Oculus VR. And, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates for Windows XP beginning April 8th.
Google Glass is getting trendier, hoping to become more stylish with a makeover from Italy’s Luxottica. Spotify is cutting prices for college students. And, you may be able to buy Apple’s iPhone 6 as early as August.
Samsung has announced the prices of its Gear 2 and Gear Fit smart watches. Twitter has pulled its music app from the App Store. And, all that live-tweeting during your favorite shows is paying off.
Apple and Comcast are considering a streaming-TV service. There’s a new iPhone app that helps you avoid people in your social network. And, Flappy Bird is coming back to the App Store.