About Brian Yang
Brian is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of TechAirlines. He is also a developer and manages most of the site’s operations. He enjoys web development in his free time and is currently trying to learn Android development. He is currently a freshman at Stony Brook University, majoring in Computer Science.
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Joined TechAirlines: August 5, 2009
A review of the defining moments of 2012 by Google and YouTube.
Have you upgraded to Windows 8 yet? Or have you picked up a new Windows RT tablet such as the Microsoft Surface?
One of the first things you will notice about the new Start screen (Windows 8 UI, Modern UI, Metro UI) is the lack of a File Manager. A file manager is available in the Desktop mode, but it’s simply an updated Windows Explorer and even on Windows RT, it’s not very touch optimized (if at all). How about a file manager that is fully optimized for touch, using the new Windows 8 UI?
The music video for PSY’s Gangnam Style has officially become the most viewed YouTube video in history.
Are you a Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 7 user waiting to get the latest Jelly Bean update? The wait is over as Google has just made Android 4.2 available via an Over-the-Air (OTA) update for these Nexus devices.
First introduced a few weeks ago with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, Android 4.2 includes several new features and improvements over Android 4.1 (both called Jelly Bean).
Are you a fan of Google Nexus devices? Unlike regular Android devices which often have an OEM custom skin (such as Samsung TouchWiz or HTC Sense), Nexus devices are designed to give you the pure Android and Google experience.
Today, Google announced not one, but two new Nexus devices: the Nexus 4 phone from LG and the Nexus 10 tablet from Samsung.
As expected, Apple unveiled a smaller 7.9 inch iPad mini today. In addition, Apple updated the regular iPad, which is now being called iPad with Retina Display, unveiled a redesigned iMac, and launched the 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina Display.
Are you a Windows user? Tired of traditional two button mice? Want something like the Apple Magic Touch Mouse?
The Microsoft Touch Mouse is one of the few touch mice available for Windows users. The mouse supports one, two, and three finger gestures for a variety of common tasks, such as managing windows and navigating the web. The mouse is priced at $79.95, making it more expensive than Apple’s mouse and the most expensive Microsoft-branded mouse. Is it worth the money?