App of the Week: Times Square Ball for iPhone and Android

Someday we’ll all look back on the Great Holiday Blizzard of 2010 and laugh. Some of us more maniacally than others. Those of us trapped in Minnesota until what seems like the end of time, especially.

“You’ll be on the next flight out,” says Delta. “It’s a sure thing,” says Delta. “Nothing we ever tell you is a sure thing,” says …

Is Apple Joining The Search By Voice Command Game?

New job postings on the Apple site show that the company is interested in people who can develop speech recognition smartphone technology. While any person can just put two and two together and assume the company wants to improve their voice command features, which when I use it to call my dentist it calls my Mom at work, 9 to 5 Mac is

Do Phone Tech Specs Matter?

For this week’s Technologizer column on, I reviewed Google’s Nexus S phone–the new “pure Google” phone that sports Android in exactly the form that Google intended, without any of the manufacturer- or carrier-related modifications that rarely seem to result in a noticeably better handset, and sometimes actively damage the …

Intel Promises 35 Tablets in 2011

For the most part, Intel’s been left out in the cold when it comes to tablets and smartphones. While the company’s processors are relatively powerful compared to mobile-centric processors from competitors like Qualcomm and Marvell, they aren’t able to eke out nearly as much battery life.

To address the growing tablet market Intel

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