So, what are we in for when Google comes out with self-driving cars? I don’t know. But I wonder if they’ll be programmed to drive like real humans.
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Today’s freeware pick is Dino Hunter Deadly Shores for Android. Check it out here.
Android TV is set to unify your multimedia experience across your mobile devices and your home television — read Android TV and Google Cast. Ant Pruitt is practically leaping out of his living room couch with excitement at the announced updates.
Chromebooks are on their way to becoming even-more popular with some of the new functionality announced at Google I/O. Ant Pruitt comments.
PlayDrone, a webcrawler, has found Google Play app security flaws. See the evidence and engineers behind PlayDrone here. Brant David reviews.
Art isn’t just photography, painting or sculpting. It’s also in code in the Google Dev Art initiative.
First, NSA. Now, Heartbleed. It’s time to enable two-factor or multifactor authentication in LastPass, Google or other systems you use. Here’s how. And why.
John C. Dvorak tends not to like infographics — but he found the evolution of logos infographic here to be interesting, informative and cool. Do you agree?
Google is currently looking at 34 cities in nine metropolitan areas for potential ISP fiber installations.
Professional network, LinkedIn, has reached new heights in expanding its user base. Ant Pruitt comments on this new batch of users on LinkedIn.