HP TouchPad Go reviewed →
For all intents and purposes, it’s the 7-inch version of the 10-incher.
Google's Android UI fragmentation →
Google’s design has always been inconsistent across it’s apps. Android design at first, was awful, but with Matias Duarte it has matured and evolved quite nicely as Android 4.0 really seems to have a consistent UI and UX. But if you look closely, it is still far from it. This article explores the daunting fragmentation that plagues Android apps created by Google themselves, and why it...
An app like Currents should — particularly if it wants to actually be...– Google doesn’t seem to get how media works now Tech News and Analysis
Twitter unveils new redesign to further push...
Twitter has updated thier design once again. I guess you can call it the New New Twitter (#newnewtwitter). Initially in October when the redesign was leaked, I wasn’t a very big fan of it. It just didn’t make a lot of sense, but you have to take leaks with a grain of salt as they are an unfinished product and don’t tell the whole story. Read More
The new age of digital media
Print media is dying. Whether we like it or not, it is. A lot of physical concepts are dying to. Old concepts are dying as well. In this new age, books, magazines, newspapers, music, and many other formats of consumerism have dwindled and transformed. You can find all of these online and ready for download and/or stream. If evolution has its way, they will one day physically cease to exist. And...
Hypocrisy in the tech industry
Google is full of bullshit. Apple is too, but no more than Google. Microsoft is too, but as the underdog here, they’ve been trying to cut back. However, Google and Apple seem to be full of it. Google’s is all about the open source and the open web. Yet here comes Google Chrome. Now, you get web sites that only work on Chrome, Google apps that only work with Chrome, chrome specific...