Android L at Google I/O

This Wednesday, Google announced the latest version of Android, Android L (they haven’t officially announced a dessert codename). Google has also released the developer preview (which has already been rooted on the Nexus 5 and 7). It brings a fresh UI they call a Material Design, which brings more aesthetic consistency when compared to the […]

Google Glass Explorer Edition Is on Sale April 15

For today, April 15th, Google is selling the Google Glass Explorer Edition to anyone in the US for a hefty price of $1500. It will be on sale until 6 AM Pacific Time April 16th, or 9 AM Eastern Time. In case you are unfamiliar, the Google Glass can take prescription lenses, so if you […]

Apple Tip of the Week 3: Hidden OSX Wallpapers

Hey guys, Josh here with this week’s Apple Tip of the Week 3 . I’m really excited to show you this one, because this is one of the less known tips. Did you know there ara hidden wallpapers in OSX Mavericks? Neither did I at first, until I decided to snoop around the Library. To […]

Pebble Steel Announced

Today, Pebble Smartwatch has released another version of their smartwatch. If you don’t know what Pebble is, they were famous for being the most funded project on Kickstarter, raising $10M out of a $100,000 goal. This new watch, the Pebble Steel  comes in two colors. Stainless steel and Black Matte, it’s display is covered by […]

Apple Tip of the Week 2

This week’s Apple Tip is showing the hidden Library file. In older iterations of OSX, the Library file was easily accessible. However, starting with OSX 10.7 Lion, it was hidden.   There are two ways to bypass this.   1.  In Finder, go to the menu bar, click “Go” hold down Option/alt and you’ll see […]

Nexus 7 vs iPad Mini 2.0

Here’s an update to a really popular comparison we did. The Nexus 7 vs iPad Mini. Now, they’ve been updated, we decided to do an update.   This will compare the Nexus 7 (2013) vs. iPad Mini Retina (2013)     So, which is the better buy? I’d say the Nexus 7 basically wins out […]

Remember those suspicious Google Barges? We do

A couple of weeks ago, there were suspicious Google barges spotted in the San Francisco Bay. From then speculations flew. Were they floating data centers? Are they floating Google offices? Today, Google released a statement to put down the rumors. A Google spokeswoman stated: Google Barge … A floating data center? A wild party boat? […]

Google Leaks Nexus 5 in Android 4.4 Kitkat Advert

Yesterday, Google released its Advert for Android 4.4 Kitkat on Youtube in which the Google campus is observing a a Kitkat android figure being installed, with many employees recording and taking pictures on their smartphones. At around the 38 second mark, two employees can be seen holding Nexus phones varying from the current Nexus 4, […]

Josh’s Opinion on iOS7

Being the local tech geek, I get lots of people, family members, friends, etc. asking me “What is your opinion on iOS7”, so instead of having to tell each of them again and again, I decided to post on it. Design: Apple did change the design, it’s hard to say for the better or worse, […]

A Renewed Version of Google Maps

Google has announced their new version of Google Maps at the Google I/O developer conference. This new version has a radically different UI from the current maps version. The new Google Maps’ different approach is to have the map fullscreen with settings inside, rather than having settings and the search bar on an outside banner, […]