Rockstar Games has always held fast to its release schedules. With the impending launch of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the studio has no reason to change its formula.
Time is precious, and download time even more so. Android's built-in download manager is pretty good, but it's not customizable and could be faster. AndroGET is a free app that speeds up downloads and gives users more control.
Nvidia wants to rally developers to its Tegra processor, which means some valuable resources are available.
In an attempt to bridge the gap between users and traditional hardware devices, Cornell University engineering students create a sensor-enabled glove that controls an RC car.
Wireless operators are rethinking how they upgrade and build their backhaul infrastructure as they deal with a flood of data traffic from smartphones and the future promise of 4G.
Technology being developed at Lawrence Livermore lab could soon make more precise radiation therapy widely available to cancer patients by making the specialized machines more compact.
Toyota's gas pedal problems apparently aren't just caused by floormats; GM confirms the Volt will cost just about 40 grand; "TiVo" for your car radio on more GM models; and we roll in the Mitsu Lancer Sportback Ralliart--ugly or hot? Or just ugly hot?
Toyota's gas pedal problems apparently aren't just caused by floormats, GM confirms the Volt will cost just about 40 grand, "TiVo" for your car radio on more GM models, and we roll in the Mitsu Lancer Sportback Ralliart - ugly or hot? Or just ugly hot?
There appears to be, however, a new Google afoot, and it's one that I like quite a bit. Google may need to change its slogan from "Not be evil" to "Be open," as this looks to be the direction it is going. At Google I/O today, Google announced a few thin
Adobe is opening up the interfaces to its Lightroom product, making it more interesting to developers and further accelerating its momentum toward open source.