Given the high level of technical complexity of these tech industry intellectual property trials, are jurors selected off the street really equipped to understand all of the intricacies?
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The Cr-48 and Google's Chrome OS makes a great light vacationing computer. But can it and will it replace tens of millions of PCs? I think the answer is yes.
The search giant has finally built a 10-inch Android device of its very own to compete directly with Apple's flagship tablet.
Is your GMail inbox saturated with dozens of mailing lists you wish you could eliminate? A new startup, Unroll.Me, has you covered.
Lifelogging augmented-reality devices such as Glass are eventually going to become commonly used technologies. But what are the cultural and sociological implications?
I'm not a smart man, Violet. But I do know what revenue is.
Glass has now been 'jailbroken' with a well-documented exploit. So what can you (or others) do with a hacked headset? Apparently, a whole lot.
Archos is planning to release a Android-based MID/Media player with up to 500GB of internal storage by Q3 2009. Cool, but knowing what Archos charges for their current units (~$400) I can't imagine it will be cheap.
Products like Google Glass will face numerous adoption challenges because they present issues in any number of social situations where privacy or desire to be "off the record" is most cherished.
Get a Nexus 5X they said. Sign up for Project Fi for a month to get a discount, they said. Now I'm hosed.