• Sundar Pichai: We are "Investing More Effort" Into Nexus, More Opinionated on Design and Features Too

    Sundar Pichai: We are "Investing More Effort" Into Nexus, More Opinionated on Design and Features Too

    With the launch of the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, I think it’s safe to say that Google was trying to tell us that it is now taking its Nexus products seriously.They created two phones for the first time in a single year at two price points to give consumers choice.
  • Sapho Gives Enterprise Applications A Millennial-Friendly Makeover

    Sapho Gives Enterprise Applications A Millennial-Friendly Makeover

    Traditional enterprise applications are the cornerstone of many an IT infrastructure, but when you put them next to the AI on your mobile phone -- Siri or Google Now -- they seem antiquated and not very user friendly.Indeed, Salesforce's revenues are growing at a fast pace, while sales of on-premises enterprise software are hurting.
  • Sapho Gives Enterprise Applications A Millennial-Friendly Makeover

    Sapho Gives Enterprise Applications A Millennial-Friendly Makeover

    Logging into and performing tasks on what can be dozens of different enterprise applications can eat up a lot of an enterprise employee's workday.Indeed, Salesforce's revenues are growing at a fast pace, while sales of on-premises enterprise software are hurting.
  • Monday Poll: Do You Use a Custom ROM?

    Monday Poll: Do You Use a Custom ROM?

    It’s no secret, we have pretty much entirely stopped talking about custom ROMs.Sure, we used to adore them and use them on all of our phones, but that was years ago.
  • Report: This Year's Nexus Phones Won't be Nexus Phones

    Report: This Year's Nexus Phones Won't be Nexus Phones

    On one hand, we’ve seen no evidence of Nexus branding on any leak, including these images of a prototype device.He did, however, talk a lot about tweaking the software experience to some sort of proprietary experience that would be exclusive to Nexus phones.
  • People, Return Your Galaxy Note 7 Already

    People, Return Your Galaxy Note 7 Already

    Over the weekend, a Galaxy Note 7 reportedly exploded in the hands of a child while he was watching a movie.All hell has broken loose on the Note 7 battery recall.
  • Terra Collection Brings You More of Those Google-Esque Satellite Wallpapers

    Terra Collection Brings You More of Those Google-Esque Satellite Wallpapers

    In recent years, Google has really stepped up its wallpaper game on Nexus devices with the use of satellite imagery.The images are both beautiful and interesting, but if you don’t own a Nexus, miss out when we post them up for download, or simply need more of them in your life, consider taking a look at Terra Collection, a free wallpaper pack filled with even more satellite stunners.
  • iPhones No Longer Tethered in Some Apple Stores

    iPhones No Longer Tethered in Some Apple Stores

    Following its bold and ballsy decision to remove the headphone jack from its latest iPhone, Apple is getting rid of something else: security tethers in its retail stores.That's right, kleptomaniacs: If you want an iPhone for free, there's nothing beyond your own morals and the law stopping you from going to an Apple store and taking one.
  • Chat App Line Adds Disappearing Posts

    Chat App Line Adds Disappearing Posts

    Messaging app Line is taking another page from Snapchat's book by adding disappearing posts.Users can tap the clock icon in the upper-right corner to create a 24-hour post, which is "perfect for expressing how you're feeling right in the moment," Line said in a blog post.
  • Philips Smart Lights Hacked Using a Drone

    Philips Smart Lights Hacked Using a Drone

    As the New York Times reports, Researchers at Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science and Dalhousie University in Canada recently uncovered a flaw in a wireless technology often used in smart home devices, including Philips Hue smart light bulbs.The new risk stems from radio protocol ZigBee, a wireless communications standard widely used in home consumer devices—especially smart light bulbs.
  • 10 Free Tools Software Developers Should Know

    10 Free Tools Software Developers Should Know

    Dev teams and software developers need tools to get their jobs done, and there are plenty of free options.Whether the team you're working with is large or small, there are tools that you need in order to get your job done.
  • 10 Free Tools Software Developers Should Know

    10 Free Tools Software Developers Should Know

    Think about it: Do you even know if your corporate data mi Dev teams and software developers need tools to get their jobs done, and there are plenty of free options.In the enterprise, the software developer often is an unusual employee, one that's half technologist and half creative pro.