Archive for March 7th, 2012

Netflix coming to cable boxes?

Reuters reports Netflix may be making deals to get itself embedded in cable boxes. Is it a case of “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em?” Subscribe to Our Newsletter   Best Blogging Tips On The Web. Stay On Top. Act Today!   Name: Email:   Powered by Optin Form Adder

Surprise, Surprise: 2/3 of All Anti-Virus Apps Don’t Work

We've written extensively about the incompetence of so called "anti-virus" apps and now our prejudice against them has been confirmed once again. According to an independent test by AV-Test, 2/3 of the 41 virus scanner apps for Android don't do their jobs correctly, identifying less than 65% of the 618 types of malware out there.  But that's [...]

Sprint to abandon deal with LightSquared?

Reports have Sprint preparing to back out of its $9 billion deal with satellite LTE provider LightSquared. What will Sprint do for LTE?

GDC 2012: Battlefield 3 Close Quarters DLC in June, two more to follow in 2012

Electronic Arts and DICE at last confirm release plans for Battlefield 3 DLC, starting with Close Quarters this June and followed later in the year by Armored Kill and, in the winter, End Game.

GDC 2012: Medal of Honor: Warfighter detailed

EA and Danger Close have taken the lid off of Medal of Honor: Warfighter, and begun to show off their new game, due out in October.

Apple Says It’s Created 514,000 American Jobs — Including Postmen

Apple, in response to growing opposition to its foreign operations, has released information about how many jobs the company has created in the United States. 514,000 is the – grossly inflated, in my opinion – number the company has released. And no, they're not joking about it. (This is a preview – click here to [...]

Google Play and Amazon Appstore Offering Massive Android App Sales

Today might be a good day to stock up on Android apps. Google Play, yes that’s the new home of the Android Market, is celebrating with a slew of apps on sale for just $0.49. Some top selling titles include Camera ZOOM FX, World of Goo and the recently added Jamie’s 20 Minute Meals. Not [...]

Death and Rebirth of App Inventor

Often times we see several projects lift off with astounding promises to change the way we do things. Out of these ground breaking concepts, very few actually make it to the top and end up living to their original purposes only to go down in flames while their creators simply jump ship to the best [...]

Save On This Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus Extended Battery

In the Everything Android Store today, you can save 16 percent off the Seidio Innocell Super Extended NFC battery. This Samsung Galaxy Nexus extended battery normally retails for $74.95, but can be had for just $62.95. This deal lasts for today only. Don’t worry, there will be yet another deal of the day tomorrow. The Seidio Innocell Super Extended Life NFC [...]

LG Optimus Vu Starts Selling in Korea, at a Price that Matches Its Size

Just about a month since we’ve first heard about the Optimus Vu, LG’s 5-inch phone/tablet hybrid, the device has become available in its native South Korea. With all the vaporware floating around in the Android ecosystem, it’s good to see that, occasionally, a company delivers on its promises in a timely manner. The Optimus Vu, [...]

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