Having successfully beta tested it, Dropbox has announced a new release of its desktop and Android software, which means that the service can now upload your photographs to your Dropbox account automatically. Yes, that's exactly like iCloud and Google+, but it's good news for anyone who doesn't use either of those services. [Dropbox]
Sony's developers have released an updated beta version of its forthcoming Android 4.0 upgrade, giving us a much better look at what's changing in the "Ice Cream Sandwich" version of the OS.
The lucky mobile-loving Italians over at Telefonio have managed to get their mitts on LG’s latest beast-of-a-phone. It looked fast on paper, but the video shows that it absolutely blazes through Ice Cream Sandwich like nothing I’ve seen before – if this is what Tegra 3 can do I’m properly stoked.
Most people aren't opposed to audio that sounds good, but gear can get expensive. When you move into streaming audio, you might as well think about pulling out a second mortgage. But NuForce thinks its Air DAC can bridge the gap between performance and price.
Looks like the patent war between Motorola and Apple is actually resulting in something that affects customers – Apple’s had to pull the plug on push email for both iCloud and the old MobileMe for the whole of Germany.
There are countless search systems floating around the web, but it has just been announced that Apple has purchased the app search company Chomp. This isn't a normal Apple takeover to squash a competitor though; it looks like Apple has serious plans for the expertise it just purchased.
That burger you just ate may not have smelled suspect but if it harboured E. coli you could be in for a few days of food poisoning. A new phone-based imaging device could one day spot the gut-busting bugs before they make you sick.
I still find it hard to believe that hoarding is a thing but then I remember people are weird and crazy. Like Richard Baker, a man who's collected, held on to and hoarded so much stuff that you can see it all from Google Maps.
The more I read about this, the more I want to go to China and punch all these idiots out of their underpants: people paying one dollar a month to add a "sent from my iPhone" to every message they send.
When we first saw Mattel's official Back to the Future II hoverboard, the whole world exclaimed: FINALLY! Then we found out it doesn't really hover. Well today, my friends, we're one step closer to a people-led, hoverboard-inventing revolution.
Fish. What are they good for? Sushi. Swimming around. Making you clean their tanks. Breathing underwater. Looking weird. And that's it. Well, add being cute as doted puppy fur as another.