WATCH: Is This Google Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich?

It’s time for Google Android’s next major software update, and there’s a tantalizing video to hold us over until it actually arrives. Anyone care for an Ice Cream Sandwich?

Engadget got their hands on a video featuring the next possible iteration of the Android software, which was sent in by one of their tipsters. According to …

Survey: Half of World’s PCs Have Pirated Software

Correction 9/7/11: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that the BSA survey found the United States to have the world’s highest piracy rate rather than China. The appropriate changes have been made to reflect this.

According to a new survey conducted by the Business Software Alliance (BSA), 47% of the world’s PC users …

Farewell Flock, the Browser for Social Network Nuts

It’s time to say farewell to Flock, the social browser that promised so much but never really caught on.

Promised so much? Like what? When Flock first appeared back in 2005, it said it would revolutionize the way people use social networks. It came with social features baked-in, making it much easier to browse sites like Flickr and …

Review: Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP

The unexpected game success of the week is a five-dollar app called Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. When it was released last Thursday for the iPad, only hardcore gaming heads had heard of it (or its Toronto-based studio, Capybara Games). Now, basically on the strength of word of mouth, it’s already hit third place on the paid iPad …

App Review: GarageBand for iPad

One of Apple’s selling points for the iPad 2 was the introduction of a five-dollar app version of their music-creation-and-editing software GarageBand. The short version: It’s not the Perfect Instrument; it’s not as powerful as the full-featured desktop version of GarageBand. It’s a toy, and it’s not worth buying an iPad solely to have …

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