If you're a frequent PC gamer like me, odds are excellent that you use the Valve's Steam service constantly. It's become one of the most popular methods for buying games and connecting with friends over them, to say nothing of
As the end of the year draws nigh, just about everyone is putting together their wrap-up stories that are, let's be honest, pretty predictable if you've been following tech news for 2011. But at least one story caught our eye
Pizza isn't a traditional holiday meal, but in this case I may be willing to make an exception. Papa John's just released their very of Android app in the Market, and to celebrate they're giving users a big, juicy discount. Order
No doubt about it, the fancy new launcher is one of the highlights of Ice Cream Sandwich's revised user interface. The default launcher has plenty of new animations, a revised app drawer that combines with a widget placement
Google Goggles, the self-referential app for scanning just about anything, sees its latest major release today. The official Google Mobile blog has all the saucy details on version 1.7. The big new feature is continuous scanning,
When winning friends and influencing people, it's hard to overstate the effectiveness of giving away free stuff. Box.net seems to understand this, as LG is the latest company to partner with the cloud storage service. Users of
20,000 songs on Google Music? Paltry. 5GB of DropBox storage for HTC phones? Child's play. Sony Ericsson is pumping up the value proposition with 50 gigabytes of free online storage for all users of its XPERIA Android phones.
There are a lot of ways to control and access your PC or Mac from your Android device, but the ability to go in the other direction has been sadly underrepresented... until now. Android Police made a great find in AirDroid, an
The Trash Can/Recycling Bin is one of the handiest features of desktop computer for those with the know-how to use it. Due to mobile phone's Flash-based storage, similar functionality has been hard to duplicate - until now.