March 2013  Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for March 2013. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Articles for March of 2013

Below are the 157 articles for March of 2013

Sony NEX-5R Review

The Sony NEX-5R is a compact and Wi-Fi enabled mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The NEX series routinely includes some of the best devices in the compact category, so should the[...]

YouTube App Update For iOS Adds Streaming Feature

Google has released an update to the YouTube app for iOS that makes it easy for users to view YouTube content on a smart TV.

BlackBerry 10 Update Improves Camera, Battery Life and Gmail

BlackBerry has rolled out a software update for its BlackBerry 10 OS today, which the company formerly known as RIM says will bring a number of fan-requested improvements and upgrades[...]

Best Buy Buyout Falls Short, Earnings Show Improvement

The bid to take Best Buy private has fallen short, but the company\'s latest earnings do show some improvements over past quarters.

Sony Xperia Z: A Powerful And Sleek Android Smartphone

The Sony Xperia Z smartphone is a powerful and impressive device, boasting a 5-inch full HD display. Is it better than the rest, however?

TechnologyGuide LG Tab-Book Ultra Z160 Hands-on: An LTE-enabled Windows 8 Hybrid

The LG Tab-Book Ultra Z160 was first shown off at CES earlier this year, but TechnologyGuide was able to get some hands-on time with a now LTE-enabled version of the[...]

The Most Interesting Smartphones & Tablets at MWC 2013

HP, Sony, and others announced new tablets and smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2013. Here are the five most interesting.

OmniPeek Enterprise 7.0: Monitor And Manage Any Wireless Network

There’s a broad range of functionality in the latest release of OmniPeek from WildPackets, including a large number of tools that make it easy to keep wireless LANs on the[...]

Sony Speaker Ball Preview: Serious Sound, Silly Name

The Sony Bluetooth Wireless Mobil Speakers are a serious piece of portable audio tech, despite their silly street name.

Canon Pixma Pro-100 Review

The Canon Pixma Pro-100 is the new entry level addition in Canon\'s professional inkjet lineup. Do the upgrades make it a worthy buy?

Samsung Releases Teaser Video for Galaxy S4

The Galaxy S IV is (probably) coming, and Samsung is trying to raise the hype levels up a bit by releasing a new teaser video for its Samsung Unpacked reveal[...]

Apple Hopes to Release ‘iWatch’ by End of Year, Say Reports

Rumors surrounding the so-called Apple ‘iWatch’ are heating up again today, as a recent report says that the Cupertino clan may try to launch its own smart watch by the[...]

Olympus PEN Mini E-PM2 Review

The Olympus E-PM2 has a lot to offer first time mirrorless camera users. Find out why in this digital camera review.

HP Spectre XT TouchSmart 15t Notebook Review

Find out what the experts think about this large HP Ultrabook with a touch display.

White House: Unlocking Cell Phones Should Be Legal

The White House has pledged its support to those who would like to make cell phone unlocking legal again.

How to Set Up a Home Theater: Selecting the Right Screen Size

The bigger the HDTV the better, right? Wrong! Learn about selecting the proper screen size and setting up the ideal home theater to maximize your home entertainment experience.

Is Google About to Take On Amazon Prime?

Google is preparing to launch a same-day delivery service that will compete with Amazon Prime and similar e-commerce services, according to a new report.

Verizon CFO: Subsidies Will Drop Over Next 2-3 Years

Verizon Wireless Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo expects subsidies for cell phones and other devices to fall over the next two to three years, meaning consumers will be paying more[...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE Coming to Verizon Thursday

Samsung Mobile has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available for the Verizon 4G LTE network online and in stores on Thursday, March 7. The device will[...]

Google May Launch Streaming Music Service This Year

Multiple new reports are saying that the tech giant plans on launching a Spotify-like streaming music service by the end of the year.

Thief 4 Becomes Thief, Coming in 2014

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal today revealed Thief, a reboot of the classic stealth game franchise that will arrive on next-gen systems and PC next year.

Roku 3 Launches Today with New Interface, Private Listening

Roku has announced the launch of its newest media streaming box, the $99 Roku 3.

Microsoft Office 2013 Licenses Can Now Be Transferred To Other PCs

Microsoft today announced that it is reversing its initial policy on Office 2013 license transfers, which means that owners of the newest productivity suite can now legally move the software[...]

Samsung Galaxy S4 to Track Eye Movement, Says Report (UPDATE: Rumored Screenshots Emerge)

The Samsung Galaxy S IV rumor mill keeps on churning. The latest whisper comes courtesy of The New York Times, which reports that Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone will feature eye[...]

Google Play Celebrates First Birthday with Sale

It’s been exactly one year since the Android Market was rechristened as Google Play, and today Google is holding widespread sales at its digital marketplace to celebrate.

Microsoft Slashing Windows 8 Prices for OEMs, Says Report

Microsoft has started to offer its original equipment manufacturers discounted Windows 8 and Office 2013 prices in an effort to bolster developer demand for future touch-based laptops with smaller form[...]

Volvo Adds Cyclist Detection to Automatic Braking Technology

Volvo has announced its latest development, which will use sensors to automatically apply the brakes on Volvo cars if pedestrians or cyclists get in front of the moving vehicle.

Hyperkin RetroN 4 Console Can Play NES, SNES, GBA and Genesis Games (UPDATE)

Hyperkin hopes to keep retro gaming alive with its latest classic games console, the RetroN 4.

Asus Transformer AiO Launching This Spring

Asus is certainly no stranger to the quirkier side of the tech industry, and today the company looked to carry on this reputation by formally introducing the Transformer AiO PC[...]

Angry Birds Free in Apple App Store for First Time

For the first time in the Apple App Store, Angry Birds is available for free, but with no word on whether it is for a limited time only.

What are the Best Networking and Collaboration Tools?

Technology lets us work together in the same room, no matter where we are. Here are some of the best services available to do everything from screen share to video[...]

Barnes & Noble Adds Content From Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, for Nook Video Service

Barnes and Noble has announced a new servicecalled Nook Video, which will bring streaming movies and television shows to those with a Nook tablet.

Facebook Cleans Up News Feed Clutter With New Design

Facebook is bringing its mobile user interface to the desktop, with changes focused on simplifying the user experience.

VIDEO: Netgear Genie – Manage All Devices On Your Network With Ease

NetGear had its NetGear Genie on display at CES 2013, a router management device for home or small offices. TechnologyGuide was in Vegas to take a closer look.

BlackBerry Will Not Sell Cheap Phones Says CEO

Blackberry has announced it does not plan to enter the budget smartphone market, but that they will sell phones cheaper than what they currently have available on the market.

Blog: Excellent Alternatives to the Extended Warranty Ripoff

Extended warranties are rip offs, and manufacturer warranties often present hassles. Luckily, there are excellent alternatives to both.

More HTC Facebook Smartphone Rumors Emerge

Rumor has it that Facebook, HTC, and AT&T are teaming up to create another social networking smartphone called the HTC Myst.

Man Recieves First Ever 3D-Printed Skull Replacement

The first 3D printed skull replacement has been given to an unnamed man and marks the progress of 3D technology in the medical industry.

Google Glass App From Duke University Uses Fashion Recognition to Spot Friends

Apps for Google Glass are already popping up and this one will help you find friends in a crowd by their fashion sense.

BlackBerry Z10 Available Monday… For Some

The BlackBerry Z10 is finally coming to the US, for some.

MakerBot to Bring 3D Printing to the Masses

MakerBot is bringing 3D printing to the masses with its new Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner.

Five Bars: Do Alternative Mobile Operating Systems Really Have a Shot?

Forget BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8. Android and iOS seem to have all we need. Why, then, would longshots like Tizen, Ubuntu Phone, and Firefox OS make any sense[...]

TiVo Mini Available Now for $99 and a Subscription, Extends TiVo DVRs

TiVo has officially launched the TiVo Mini, a DVR extender box that lets users of select TiVo DVRs watch their content on other TVs without having to buy another dedicated[...]

Asus VivoBook S500 Launches Today, Brings Windows 8 for $699 (UPDATE)

Just a few days after introducing the quirky Transformer AiO, Asus today announced that it is launching a more traditional Windows 8 laptop: the Asus VivoBook S500.

Marvel Comics Gives Out Free Downloads Through Marvel #1 Promotion

Marvel has a limited time promotion offering free downloads of over 700 first issues of its famous comics.

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Review

The Lenovo ThinkPad brand is a favorite for serious business users. Is this Windows 8 tablet a worthy addition to the brand?

Will BYOD Benefit the Surface Pro?

The proliferation of BYOD may be just what the Surface Pro\'s doctor ordered, according to a SearchConsumerization report.

Microsoft Offers Free Trial of Office 365 for College Students

Microsoft sweetens the deal on Office 365 University for college students; offering up to 6 months free with an extra 20GB of storage.

Xi3 Piston Brings PC Gaming to the Living Room This Year for $999, Pre-Orders Open Now (UPDATE)

Xi3 has announced that its Piston gaming console is available for pre-order now, with prices starting at $999.

Stylebook for iOS Review: Your Very Own Digital Closet

Never get struck with moments of \"I have nothing to wear\" with the Stylebook App for iOS. Catalog your closet and keep track of your wardrobe.

More Samsung Galaxy S4 Teasers, Leaks and Rumors Emerge Prior to Launch Event

Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S IV in just two days, but that hasn’t stopped the seemingly unending flow of teasers and rumored information about the device from[...]

Google Glass Will Be Compatible with Prescription Glasses

Google has announced that Google Glass will be compatible with prescription eyewear, but not when it first launches.

Automatic will Give iPhone Users A Smart Car Without Signing a New Lease

Connected cars are the way of the future, but what about all of us who are still driving cars before they got smart? Now, with the Automatic App and Link[...]

T-Mobile and MetroPCS Merger Officially Approved by FCC

The long-discussed merger between T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS has been approved by the FCC.

Acer Unveils Updated Model of C7 Chromebook

Acer unveiled today an updated model of its C7 Chromebook, which is geared towards schools, that features extended battery life and increased RAM.

AMC Launches Yeah! Movie Streaming Service at SXSW

AMC Networks today announced the launch of Yeah!, a new streaming movie rental service that adds bonus content to its collection of films.

HTC One Delayed to Late March, April for Certain Markets (UPDATE)

The HTC One has been met with mostly rave reviews since its unveiling last month, but it would appear that the device won’t be making it to most consumers as[...]

What is Super Wi-Fi?

Super Wi-Fi promises ubiquitous, high-speed connectivity for all... for free! Or does it? Get the facts about this exciting wireless technology, including what\'s real, and what\'s Wi-Fi fantasy.

Dell Intros the XPS 18, an All-in-one Windows 8 Hybrid

All-in-one devices are all the rage these days, and now Dell is jumping back into the Windows 8 AIO fray with the Dell XPS 18.

Netflix Begins Rolling Out Netflix Social Service to U.S. Customers

Netflix has announced it will begin rolling out Facebook integration into its service to U.S. customers in the coming days.

Finally, A Breathalyzer App and Accessory, The Breathometer

Breathometer wants to give you a breathalyzer for your pocket, so you can always be sure you are driving within the legal limits.

Sony Wireless Speaker System Review: The Sony Speaker Ball

It\'s small and round. It\'s the Sony speaker ball! How does it sound?

Andy Rubin No Longer Head of Android (UPDATE: Rubin Sends Memo to Partners)

Google has just announced that Andy Rubin will no longer be the head of Android at the company.

AT&T Will Launch BlackBerry Z10 March 22, Pre-Sales Begin March 12 (UPDATE: Coming to Verizon on March 28)

BlackBerry Z10 set to launch on March 22 through AT&T with pre-sales starting March 12.

Amazon Launches Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch in Europe and Japan, Cuts Price in U.S.

Amazon has announced the release of the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet in Europe and Japan, while also announcing price cuts for the device in the U.S.

Google to Retire Google Reader on July 1 (UPDATE: Digg Says It\’s Building a Replacement)

Google has announced it will retire Google Reader, the company’s RSS reader service, on July 1 as part of an ongoing “spring cleaning.” The announcement came on Wednesday in the[...]

Supposed Galaxy S4 Leaks Reveal New Specs, Lock Screen, Browser, SmartPause

Multiple supposed leaks have surfaced that claim to show off a variety of features and specs found in the Samsung Galaxy S IV.

CBS Announces CBS App For iOS, Available Now

CBS has launched its own free iOS app, which lets users watch streaming episodes of CBS shows after they air on TV.

TP Vision Announces 2013 Philips DesignLine HDTV

TP Vision today announced the 2013 models of its Philips DesignLine HDTV series and, well, they\'re quite different from what most TV viewers are used to seeing in their living[...]

BlackBerry Secure Work Space Extends BlackBerry Balance to iOS and Android

BlackBerry has announced Secure Work Space, which will try to help iOS and Android users separate their personal and work mobile data later this year.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Officially Unveiled, Arriving this April

After weeks of speculation, Samsung has formally announced its newest flagship smartphone: the Galaxy S IV.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Features are Sexy, But are they Useful?

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has plenty of sizzle, but where is the steak? What new S4 features will actually prove useful?

What are the Best Beer Apps?

Saint Patrick\'s Day is Sunday, and there is no better time for enjoying a good beer. Here are the Android apps to help you find one... or two.

Samsung Reveals Galaxy S4 Health and Fitness Accessories

Samsung has revealed a variety of health and fitness accessories to go along with the newly-announced Galaxy S IV.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Supports Wireless Charging – Sold Separately

As the rumors suggested, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will support Qi wireless charging - sold separately that is.

Redbox Instant Movie Streaming Service Launches in the US

Redbox Instant, the new movie streaming service from Redbox and Verizon, has officially exited its three-month beta and launched to the U.S. public.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Preview

TG sister site Brighthand got some hands-on time with the Galaxy S IV last night. Read on to see how Samsung\'s newest flagship stacks up.

Saints Row 4 Arrives on August 20

Deep Silver has announced that Saints Row 4, the next installment in the over-the-top open-world franchise, will arrive in North America this August.

Dropbox Purchases Mailbox

Dropbox announced today that it has acquired Mailbox, the popular iOS e-mail app.

Pentax K-5II Review

As the top Pentax DSLR, you would expect the K-5II would have some fairly impressive credentials and you\'d be right. Find out more in this DSLR review.

Microsoft Surface Pro Review

The Microsoft Surface Pro is not quite a notebook and not quite a tablet. Is this Core-powered Windows 8 tablet any good?

What\’s Up with Electric Vehicles?

Electric cars have been around for a while, so when will there be a real alternative to gas guzzlers? Well for starters, we need more charging stations, cheaper batteries, and[...]

Lenovo Reveals ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook

Lenovo has unveiled the newest entry in its popular ThinkPad series of laptops, the ThinkPad T431s.

T-Mobile To Begin Rolling Out LTE Network This Month

T-Mobile has announced it plans to begin supporting LTE coverage before the end of this month.

Verizon Hopes to Pay TV Channels Based on Viewership

Verizon wants to pay TV channels included in its FiOS TV service based on how many people are actually watching them, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Panasonic Rumored to Downsize TV Business

Panasonic’s recent financial troubles may cause the Japanese electronics company to scale back on its overall TV production and leave the plasma business entirely, according to a Nikkei report.

AT&T Announces Added Options for Business Data Plans

Effective March 22, AT&T is expanding its data plans for business accounts, and is allowing customers to update their plan without extending their contract.

Brainwave Starter Kit and MindWave Mobile Headset Review

Imagine being able to control a computer with your mind. Sounds like some far-flung tech promise, like flying cars and virtual reality, right? Maybe not. Maybe the future is now,[...]

Samsung Confirms Development of Wristwatch

Samsung executive vice president of mobile business Lee Young Hee has confirmed to Bloomberg that Samsung is currently developing a wristwatch of its own, one that would presumably perform similar[...]

ABC Looking Into Live Streaming App

According to reports, ABC could be the first network to make a live streaming app available to its customers with a cable subscription. There is no official word yet, but[...]

Panasonic Technics RP-DH1250 Pro DJ Headphones Review

The Panasonic Technics RP-DH1250 Pro DJ headphones provide a stylish homage to their name brand and have more than a few sonic tricks up their sleeve. But at the current[...]

Vavuud Wind Meter: Electronic-Free Device will Deliver Accurate Wind Speeds to a Smartphone

Vavuud, a start up out of Denmark, has introduced an accurate electronic-free wind meter device for iPhone and Galaxy handsets through a Kickstarter campaign.

San Francisco 49ers Building Biggest Stadium Wi-Fi Network Ever

San Francisco 49ers fans will be able to take full advantage of a stadium-wide wi-fi connection when attending games at the Santa Clara Stadium, which opens in 2014.

Apple Issues iOS 6.1.3 to Fix Lock Screen Bug

iOS 6.1.3 has been spotted for various iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, purportedly bringing a fix for a lock screen bypass bug along with it.

Microsoft Reportedly Under Investigation By Department of Justice, SEC

According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft is under investigation by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission for foreign bribery in China and[...]

Amazon to Sign Cloud Computing Deal with CIA, Says Report

Federal technology blog FCW is reporting that Amazon has agreed to a deal with the CIA that would see the e-commerce company help build the government intelligence agency’s internal cloud[...]

PlayStation 4, Xbox 720 Rumor Roundup (UPDATE)

The next PlayStation and Xbox are (probably) coming soon, and a metric ton of rumors about the consoles have surfaced. Here\'s a full rundown.

Amazon Working On a $99 Kindle Fire? (UPDATE)

Amazon may be working on a $99 seven-inch Kindle Fire HD, and in doing so, will be the first to offer a brand-name tablet at that low price point.

BlackBerry Co-Founders Launching Quantum Tech Fund

Two former Blackberry co-founders and executives have launched a $100 million quantum physics fund. Part of their inspiration? Star Trek.

Samsung S9 Ultra HDTV Costs $40,000

Samsung today unveiled a heaping of new details about its home theater offerings this year. Read on to get the full rundown.

Beyond the Apple iPad: The Best Tablet Alternatives

Everyone knows the Apple iPad is good, but what else is out there for those who want an alternative option with similar specs? Turns out, there are quite a few[...]

JetBlue Announces Fly-Fi, Inflight Wi-Fi

JetBlue is developing the first inflight broadband service via a partnership with ViaSat.

Google Keep Note-taking App and Web Service Official

Google Keep is now official, and as expected from previous leaks, it\'s Google\'s new note-taking apps, similar to Evernote.

Pentax K-30 Review

The Pentax K-30 has plenty about which to boast. Find out what exactly in this full DSLR review.

Google Says Chrome and Android to Remain Separate, Still No Word on Rubin

Google has confirmed the Chrome and Android operating systems will remain separate and that they will not be merging the two.

BlackBerry 10 Now Offers More than 100,000 Apps

BlackBerry has announced that BlackBerry World now offers over 100,000 apps for the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone, the first of the company’s new line of devices equipped with the new BlackBerry[...]

Smallest and Lightest DSLR Ever Unveiled: The Canon EOS Rebel SL1

Canon has announced its newest DSLR camera, the EOS Rebel SL1, which the company is promoting as “the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR camera.”

Five Reasons You Need to Try Google Keep

Google Keep is officially here, and TG has taken some hands-on time with the new note-taking app. This is what it does very well, and the reasons why you should[...]

Huawei Releases Premia 4G LTE Smartphone on MetroPCS

Huawei has introduced the Premia 4G, its second LTE smartphone through MetroPCS, featuring a 4-inch display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Liquid Image Summit Series HD 1080p Snow Goggle Review

Winter sports enthusiasts will rejoice at the versatility and ease of use the Liquid Image Summit Series Ski Goggles can offer while on the slopes.

Google Reported To Be Working On A Smart Watch, LG Too

According to a report by The Financial Times Google is working on developing its own Android-based smart watch, which will reportedly be a smartphone accessory, rather than a connected device.

T-Mobile \”UNcarrier\” Event Rumor Roundup

Rumors have been swirling surrounding T-Mobile\'s upcoming event, and while no one knows what the wireless company is going to announce, many people think they do. TechnologyGuide is here to[...]

HTC Announces HTC One Smartphone Availability

After months of anticipation and some delays, the HTC One will be available in the UK, Germany, and Taiwan next week and will begin rolling out across Europe, North America,[...]

Honda Developing Smartphone App to Reduce Traffic

Honda has tested out a smartphone app that would help eliminate traffic jams, accidents, and could even improve gas efficiency; and the results bode well for commuters.

Dead Island Riptide Preview: Back from the Undead

PAX East is happening in Boston this weekend, and TG is there to report. Here are its impressions of open-world zombiefest Dead Island Riptide.

6 Things to Know about Saints Row IV

TechnologyGuide was shown a hands-off demo of Saints Row IV at PAX East this weekend. Here\'s what it noticed.

Nikon 1 J3 Review

The Nikon 1 J3 improves on its predecessors in many ways, but how does it compare with the others in the market?

Metro: Last Light Hands-on Impressions from PAX East

Metro: Last Light was available to play at PAX East this weekend, and TechnologyGuide was able to get some hands-on time with the action-horror FPS.

Quadrilateral Cowboy Preview: An Old-School Hack and Dash

Plenty of promising indie games were out on the PAX East show floor this weekend, but TechnologyGuide came away with two favorites. Here\'s the first, Quadrilateral Cowboy.

Octodad: Dadliest Catch Preview: The Loving Tentacled Father

Plenty of promising indie games were out on the PAX East show floor this weekend, but TechnologyGuide came away with two favorites. Here\'s the second, Octodad: Dadliest Catch.

Super TIME Force Preview: Single-player Co-op

TechnologyGuide played indie developer Capybara\'s Super TIME Force at PAX East this weekend, and found the time-warping 2D shooter to show plenty of promise. Read on to see why.

Samsung NX20 Review

The Samsung NX20 is swimming in a sea of fierce competitors. Even with great features, it will be hard for this ILC to fight its way to the top.

LEGO City: Undercover for Wii U Review

It\'s as silly and fun as any other Lego game, but is it worth your time and money? Find out in this Lego City: Undercover review.

T-Mobile Rolls Out UnCarrier Plans Ahead of Media Event

T-Mobile has gone live with its rumored UnCarrier plans two days ahead of a scheduled media event.

FAA May Allow Tablets, eReaders During Takeoff and Landing

According to a report from The New York Times, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may adjust its rules to allow for use of these devices during all aspects of a[...]

Microsoft Releases Updates to Windows 8 Mail, Calendar, and People Apps

Microsoft will be releasing a set of updates to three of its Windows 8 apps, more specifically, the Mail, Calendar and People apps.

How to Set Up a Home Theater: Speaker Placement

When building the perfect home theater, don\'t forget the audio! It\'s half the experience. But be aware that speaker placement is just as important as speaker quality.

The Roominate DIY Wired Dollhouse Review

The Roominate DIY Wired Dollhouse Building Kit aims to give young girls a fun toy to play with that also involves science, math, technology, and engineering; all in the hopes[...]

InFocus Launches BigTouch, 55-inch All-in-One PC for Businesses

InFocus announced the launch of BigTouch, a 55-inch all-in-one PC.

Insync Out of Beta for Mac and Windows

Insync, a Google Drive client that aims to give heavy and business-oriented users more features than Google itself provides in its cloud service, has officially exited its 15-month long beta[...]

VIDEO: Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook Review

This business-class Ultrabook offers a well-rounded mix of performance and portability. But is the Dell Latitude 6430u worth its $1,500 price tag?

T-Mobile Officially Announces Simple Choice Plans, Ditches Contracts and Subsidies

At a press event in New York City this morning, T-Mobile announced they have completely ditched two-year and annual contracts in favor of a simpler approach to wireless.

T-Mobile Launches LTE Network in Seven Markets, Gets iPhone 5 on April 12 (UPDATE)

T-Mobile has officially rolled out its new 4G LTE network in seven new markets today, and has also confirmed a variety of flagship phones that will able to use it.

Verizon to Preload Games Portal on Android Devices

Mobile games distributor PlayPhone today announced that its ‘Games Portal’ social gaming network and store will come preloaded on Verizon Android devices beginning in the second quarter of this year.[...]

Microsoft Talks Blue, Announces Build 2013 Conference

Microsoft today issued a couple of blog posts looking towards the future. One concerned the next Build conference, while the other began to acknowledge what may be the future of[...]

Boxee TV Receives An Upgrade

Boxee TV, one in a long line of media streaming devices, has received an upgrade. The company announced specific features and began rolling out the version 2.1.0.7781 updates today.

Intel Promises $599 Ultrabooks by Holiday Season

Intel VP Kirk Skaugen has said that various Ultrabooks powered by the chipmaker’s fourth-generation Core, or “Haswell,” processors will sell at the end of the year with a starting price[...]

Barnes & Noble Offers Free eBooks, eMagazines to Windows 8 Users

In an effort to increase popularity and use of the Nook app for Windows 8, Barnes & Nobles is offering five free books and five free magazines to users who[...]

Battlefield 4 Confirmed, Coming This Fall

Electronic Arts has formally announced that Battlefield 4, the next entry in its longstanding military first-person shooter franchise, will arrive on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this fall.

HTC One Review: Best Android Smartphone Ever?

It\'s got buzz, but is it really the best Android smartphone?

Amazon Expands X-Ray Feature to TV Offerings

Amazon has added the X-Ray experience to its TV show offerings on Amazon Instant Video.

Samsung EX2F Review: A Great Point and Shoot

Looks can be deceiving, and this is not your standard point and shoot. Find out more in this Samsung EX2F review.

RetroN 4 Becomes RetroN 5, Plays NES, Famicom, SNES, Genesis and Game Boy Advance Games

Hyperkin has announced that it is foregoing development of the RetroN 4 classic games console so that it can make the upgraded RetroN 5, which was formally revealed last weekend

Google Releases Updates to Gmail for iOS and Google Translate for Android Apps

Both Android and iOS users received updates from Google today, as the company announced renovations to both the Gmail for iOS app and the Google Translate app for Android.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Revealed at GDC 2013

Kojima Productions has revealed the newest entry in the Metal Gear Solid series, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

BlackBerry Earnings Show Greater Profit, Less Subscribers

BlackBerry has released its quarterly earnings report for the three months ended March 2.

Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook Review

A business-minded Windows 8 Ultrabook? Is it any good? Find out in this full Dell Latitude 6430u review.

BYOD Security: Discerning Fact from Fiction

TG sister site SearchConsumerization recently sat down with an IT expert to find out whether or not most BYOD security concerns are valid.

Why Your Company is Finally Cloud Bound

The next big upheaval in enterprise technology is happening as you read this. Large scale corporations are in the midst of staging major migrations from the world of yesterday, onsite[...]

Google Begins Testing of Google Shopping Express Service

Google has begun testing of its Google Shopping Express service, rolling it out to the public via select testers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

How the City of Boston Plans to Improve Through Gamification

TG sister site SearchCIO reports on Citizens Connect, an app from the city of Boston that seeks to use gamification to bring citizens together.

Report: Enterprise 3D Printers Will Be Available for Less than $2,000 by 2016

Enterprise-class 3D printer will be available for under $2,000 by 2016, according to those in the know.

Coming Facebook Android Event Rumored to Reveal Facebook Phone (UPDATE)

Facebook has something Android-related up its sleeve. The social media giant has sent out invitations to the press for an event that company says will show its “new home on[...]

Vizio Announces Windows 8 Laptops and Desktops Pricing and Availability

Today, Vizio announced official pricing and availability details for its Thin+Light Touch Notebooks.

Razer Edge Pro Review: Powerful Windows 8 Gaming Tablet

The Razer Edge Pro is likely the first and most powerful Windows 8 gaming tablet. But does that mean it\'s any good? Find out in this Razer Edge Pro review.

Amazon to Acquire Goodreads

According to a statement made by Amazon yesterday, the company has plans to acquire the book recommendation website, Goodreads, with the deal expected to close in the second quarter.

MapMyRun Review: An Inexpensive Fitness Watch Alternative

Who needs a dedicated and expensive fitness tracker or GPS watch when this app is free?