Go: Googles First Programming Language


Google has been known to innovate many industries over the years and most of their work is very well known wether it’s their Nexus line of phones, Google Glass, and obviously the search engine. However some of their innovations go unknown. Languages can take several years to become accepted in the community and Google Go was introduced roughly 4 years ago just now has the programming community began to see the advantages and potential of Go. This is not an abnormality for the lifespan of a programming language. Languages can take several years to become accepted in the community and Google is not differentiated from that rule. (more…)

Mophie Juice Pack Air for iPhone 5 Review

iPod, a phone, and an internet mobile communicator. – those were the words used by Steve Jobs to describe the iPhone during it’s introduction six years ago. While the mobile landscape has changed exponentially since then, battery technology unfortunately has not – and while a five hour battery before would cut it – it definitely doesn’t now. For those who demand more power from their smartphones, Mophie has a wide array of battery solutions, and for iPhone 5 users the Mophie Juice Pack Air doesn’t disappoint. Read past the break for our review of this stylish iPhone battery case. (more…)

Google Glass: A New Dent In The Universe

The world of technology has drastically changed in the past couple of decades. There have been many radical changes. The personal computer, the smartphone, and more recently, the tablet. Many played a role in this change. A huge influence was, arguably, Steve Jobs who told his team many times that they would make a dent in the universe. It’s been a while since we’ve seen something ground breaking, like the touchscreen, but Google is here with a brilliant new way to interface with the tech in our lives. (more…)

Microsoft Surface Pro: The Verdict is Out

The Surface Pro has quietly entered the market and everyone’s reviewing it, so we decided to save you a lot of effort by reading every single review on the internet and rounding it all up into one jam packed piece of literature. Microsoft heavily publicized the Surface RT which was a big mistake, because the Surface RT was not a good product and without an advertising campaign to point out the differences between the Pro and the RT, no normal consumer can tell the difference. Contrary to what it may look like there is a big difference between the two, especially in price, starting at $900 this is $400 more than the RT and only gets more expensive as you increase the storage and buy the highly recommended keyboard covers. (more…)

Kid Icarus: Uprising 3DS Review

When the Nintendo 3DS launched, critics were skeptical. In a market full of portable devices, (DS, PSP, iPhone, iPad), you really have to release something leaps-and-bounds above everything else. Expectedly, the Nintendo 3DS launched at a crawl, mainly due to the lack of any outstanding games available at release. It took almost a year before the system picked up momentum. Kid Icarus: Uprising was a solid part of this force that made owning a 3DS all the more enticing. (more…)

Leaked: Blackberry 10 Flagship

There have been a bunch a leaks popping up around the place of the new Blackberry 10 flagship, coming in Jan 2013, which is supposed to be RIM’s savior. The biggest leak has just gone live from Tinhte.vn, the same sites that has been involved in the leaking of the industry’s biggest phones, like the iPhone 5. There are some high-res shots with video! The handset, which is rumored to be called the ‘Z10′ or the ‘L-series’, and it looks very promising (more…)

iPad Mini Rumor Roundup: The 7.85″ Conundrum

Just few weeks after Apple’s iPhone 5 event, rumors of a smaller iPad have emerged on the interwebs. While Apple has been known for their immense secrecy, it seems that they have lost their edge. With 7-inch tablets slowly taking over a sub-set of the tablet market, is it finally Apple’s turn to compete with tablets such as the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire? Well apparently, it seems so. Read past the break to find out all you need to know about this magical new device. (more…)

Google I/O: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Google has shown us next major release of Android, Jelly Bean (4.1). Google has done the same as Apple and not made a major changes, only refinements to an almost complete operating system. Google is focused on three keywords, three very important keywords for Android, with Jelly Bean, ‘Fast, Fluid & Smooth’. (more…)