New apps make the $35 TV dongle even better, but not without a few headaches.
Deal between FCC and wireless carriers
Compared to buying a smartphone or tablet, shopping for a brand new video game console is a tricky task.
This slick app aims to let people share their passions.
We may be tempted to write off our old gadgets when we upgrade to the latest version, but don’t think your old tech toys aren’t valuable just because they’re not the newest thing on the market.
Crackle comes to Apple’s streaming TV box, along with ABC, Bloomberg and KORTV.
Also, remember: Everybody dies.
All Things D says that it’s in the works, and might ship.
Happy holidays, lucky beta participants, your living-room-PCs-of-the-future are nearly here.
Know how you can tell if someone has a good idea for a product? If that someone asks for $6,500 worth of funding on Kickstarter and raises well over $100,000 instead.
The Verge — a site which isn’t known for getting giddy over unsubstantiated rumors — has a report up by Tom Warren about a doozy of an unannounced product. It’s a Nokia phone code-named “Normandy,” and the part that’s startling …
A pure Android tablet with more screen for more money.