Do you think that you are the greatest Harry Potter fan? Test yourself with this funny game for Android.You have to guess the name...
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I have been a Windows Phone fan since mid-2010, but haven't used one as my daily smartphone for months. There are at least five main reasons that I no longer use Windows Phone while Android and iOS have my attention.
I've been a fan of Chromebooks for a while. That's not in question given I just bought my third one.
As one San Francisco dominatrix prepares for her $42,000 one-hour cam show, the event marks the Internet's permanent dethroning of the porn industry's static revenue and content models.
I am a huge fan of activity trackers and it looks like Fitbit just announced the ultimate one I have been asking for with their Flex wristband. Will Nike respond with a new Fuelband?
Artist Arena has agreed to pay $1m after the FTC accused the fan website firm of illegally collecting data on underage users.
Art Drawings: Cool Street Graffiti is an application that combines all of drawing tutorials to offer a single solution of learning...
After over a decade of development, version 1.0 of PCSX2, an open-source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator, has finally been made available for Windows and Linux. You know what to do.
Anonymous has hacked and executed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against official and fan-created Formula 1 websites. The group is protesting the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Bahrain.
Art Drawings: Star Wars Lego Characters is an application that combines all of drawing tutorials to offer a single solution of learning...
It's one thing when new-tech fan-boys squeal with delight over Google's new social network, but when a grandmaster of communication technology says it's a game changer, you should listen.
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Forget Apple's WWDC for a second. Samsung's new Android Galaxy Tab 10.1 already has one huge enterprise fan.
I've always been a fan of SugarCRM - but a critical fan. One who griped because he loved.
Doc's a big fan of personalization, and feels it's one of the most important considerations in any sort of document management system. You've got to be able to communicate directly with customers these days if you want to get the highest returns on your efforts.
Doc's a big fan of the Government Printing Office (GPO) and all the terrific printing and composition work they do. The GPO manages over $1 billion worth of printing a year and is a leader in the use of digital communications technology.
The fiery chief executive of internet service provider Exetel has opened fire on the National Broadband Network (NBN) support for 1Gbps speeds, saying those excited by the higher speeds are "unthinking and just plain stupid", with wireless broadband waiting in the wings.
Thought it might interest you to read about the design choices that one of better-known forces in data center networking, Brocade, is making as far as its new data center in San Jose, Calif.For one thing, it has opted for in-row cooling technology, developed by Custom Mechanical Systems, along with water-side economizer technology to help minimize fan usage.
For Twitter clients, I prefer a one column desktop app, but I'm always open to trying new things. Normally, I'm not a fan of 3 column layouts for Twitter because I simply don't have that much screen space.
I'm both an Apple fan and a Google fan. I have some experience with iPhone, and a bit more with Android -- however, I'm not married to one or the other, so I don't mind giving credit where it's due, and criticism where it's needed. As a designer, and someone who actually cares about how stuff looks, I am naturally attracted to iPhone -- both from an end user, and developer experience. As a developer, and Google blogger, I also appreciate everything Android has to offer.
For a little while, I was excited about the prospect of an Apple tablet. No matter how big a fan I am of Ubuntu, from an educational perspective, it's not much of a stretch to see these as great 1:1 devices, assuming there was content to go with them.
Regular readers here know that I am a fan of the Windows Mobile operating system, even though that is not necessarily a popular opinion since it isn't the flashiest and newest OS. I have talked about the strengths of Windows Mobile quite a bit and was pleased to see my friend and MoTR cohost, James Kendrick, post a fair comparison article between Android and Windows Mobile. James takes a look at multi-tasking, available apps, user interface, and computer desktop integration. It was refreshing to see James award the advantage to Windows Mobile in 3 of 4 areas with the last one being a tie.
I've been pretty pleased with my MSI Wind netbook and use it to manage my Zune content and sync up devices that do not work natively with my Mac. I am also a fan of the Android operating system so I was intrigued to read over on Android Central that the dual boot Acer Aspire One D250 is now available for Amazon pre-order for $349.99. This 10.1 inch netbook can be booted into either Windows XP or the Google Android operating system and has a reported 9 hour battery life. Is there any benefit to having the Google Android OS on a netbook form factor?
The Apple Store is a shrine for all things Apple. I'm not a particularly big Apple fan but even I can't help but be impressed every time I visit one of the shrines. But can the Redmond giant take the Apple Store experience and make it apply to all things Microsoft?