This could indicate that Google may be aiming to run Android Wear on lower-powered processors in the future.
A recent barnburner of bad intelligence by David Gewirtz has one thing standing out in particular to me: He doesn’t seem to know how to add.
There recently have been some misguided calls to close up Android as an open-source project. Not only are these arguments rooted in incorrect facts, but they make the claim that it’s just up to Google. It isn’t, we all have a role.
It should be a simple question to answer, but it isn’t. I’ll explain why, and the correct answer(s) today.
A user workflow bug that results in users losing Incognito windows on Mac and Windows when running an in-place fix. While this is by design, there should be warnings when users update in-app that Incognito windows will be lost during the dynamic update process.
As ICANN considers Google’s applications for gTLDs, I’d like to talk about how their existing policies on ccTLDs need changing, in light of this change in status.
This is a technical article, folks. But, it matters to how people use search engines… just, at a technical level.
This is an article for developers, or those of us that play developers on TV. If you aren’t either, you may want to skip this one… With Google offering its own form of Ubuntu to its employees, I really wish Google would offer a compiled branch of Ubuntu specifically for creating and building both Android […]
I’ve tried valiantly, since the day OS X Lion was released, to get used to Versions. And, I can’t take it anymore. I finally penned Apple a passionate request to offer an off switch. I do totally understand why Apple does not want to offer an off switch. Apple wants Mac users to get used […]