There's not much that could get me to move faster than a leisurely walk. Except zombies. When threatened by an undead invasion I'd manage to find a bit more spring in my step. It's that kind of motivation the new app/game Zombies Run! counts on.
Steve Jobs parodies used to sell non-Apple products are on the rise, and we should probably get used to that sort of thing. But as loyal techies we should insist that these parodies never be as lame as the latest one to emerge from Taiwan.
Are you still clinging on to your legacy Windows 95/98/XP install? Maybe your netbook is running one of Microsoft's old OSes? Screw Windows Phone 7 and its colorful flat tiles, because now you can install the full desktop copy of Microsoft's operating systems on your Android smartphone.
C'mon everyone, that joke sold itself! But seriously, Google started selling branded watches in its company store in Mountain View, CA for those who wanted to show their love for Chrome, Android and "Google" on their wrists, and now these timepieces are available online.
These days, everybody needs to have an iOS or Android app. Joining the pack is Valve the official Steam companion app. Finally.
Who dares challenge Samsung's best and biggest Galaxy Nexus smartphone? Sony Ericsson seems up to the task. A new leak points to Sony Ericsson building a smartphone with a huge 720p resolution display with a more-than-necessary megapixel-packed rear camera.
If you were one of those Apple fans who believed Steve Jobs had near supernatural powers of product insight, you might identify with this new video that shows the late CEO as an anti-Android, lightsaber-wielding angel of death.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is making a lot of promises lately. First he says that in six months the "majority" of TVs will run Google TV and now he claims that Google has a tablet — the Nexus Tablet — of some form, ready to be pushed out in six months.
Hard to believe it's been 10 years since the world got its first taste of an open-world 3D Grand Theft Auto game starring Claude shootin' and lootin' in Liberty City. Previously teased for only the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, GTA III: 10 Year Anniversary is back and on Android smartphones and tablets as well. And it's only five bucks!
Missing its early November and alleged Dec. 9 launch date, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus is finally official. It's available on Verizon for $300 with a two-year contract and is the first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.