HP recently refreshed their high-end ENVY line of laptops with a new design and Haswell (Intel 4th generation) processors.
With a starting price of $799 and plenty of configuration options, is the new HP ENVY 15 Quad Edition a good value for the money?
TechAirlines first took off on August 5, 2009 at 5:40 PM EDT, which means we are turning four years old today. It’s really been four years already.
Google I/O 2013 kicked off today with a 3.5+ hour keynote, which didn’t feature any new version of Android like it usually does, but still featured numerous exciting announcements, from a new Maps experience to a unified messaging experience.
This is a review of the top announcements from today’s keynote.
When you run a BlackBerry blog, switching away from BlackBerry is a weighty decision. Yet that’s exactly what happened this fall. A few elements fell into place around the same time, and it seemed like an opportunity to leave a platform I’d mostly stopped using in the last year — even with the prospect of BlackBerry 10 phones just around the corner.
It certainly did hurt to make a relatively long-term switch without giving BlackBerry 10 a real chance. After all, for more than a year I spent significant time at BBGeeks.com speculating about how BlackBerry 10 would fare in the marketplace. Now I was going to leave without realizing the payoff? Again, the decision was not made lightly.
It is April 1st, a day when you truly can’t believe everything you see or read on the internet. As usual, many companies like to create all sorts of shenanigans on this very special day.
Here is a compilation of some of this year’s best April Fools pranks around the internet.
At Mobile World Congress, Mozilla made one of the more notable announcements. We knew they were developing Firefox OS, but at MWC they gave us some of the juicy details. Specifically, we learned about the first Firefox phones, the carriers that will support them, and rough estimates for release dates. It won’t be long until a carrier in your area carries these newly minted phones.
Firefox OS might have trouble competing with platforms like Android and iOS, but it has one big advantage.
Do you enjoy physics and geometry based games? If so, you may enjoy a game called Cubes vs. Spheres.
It is exactly what the name implies. You use spheres to fight cubes. It’s that simple.