It seems like whenever Google wants to get the word out without a formal press release, they send former CEO and current chairman Eric Schmidt out to become their microphone -- and this week he's talking about their relationship with Apple.
Remember the Motorola ROKR, Apple and AT&T's first attempt to get iTunes onto a cell phone? The carrier's current mobile boss is comparing the Facebook Home-equipped HTC First to that mishap -- but in a good way.
Spending most of your time apart from your partner leaves you at the mercy of technology, and if you want to share your lives together as naturally and effortlessly as possible, you'll have to find some suitable apps to meet those needs. Apps like Skype, Viber, and Path can help you and a loved one keep in touch throughout the day, but you need a variety of tools that are less social and more intimate; long-distance couples want apps for partners, not friends. Here are eight apps that can help bridge the gap between you and your faraway partner.
With all of the privacy concerns swirling around our digital lives these days, it’s no wonder that an entire cottage industry is beginning to crop up to help empower users into taking back control of their virtual lives. Gliph is the latest app to challenge that lofty goal.
Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with a loved one or on your own, or even if you're just waiting to see if that special someone comes along, these apps will make sure this Valentine's Day is one to remember.
If you’re Apple Inc. and you’re unhappy with how much power your notebook processors are using, what can you do about it? Apparently, threaten to cut off your supplier and move on, which is exactly what Cupertino did with Intel -- but don’t worry, they’re not going anywhere (for now).