Google Certifies the First Companies for “Glass at Work” Program

After our poll last week, we got a good sense that a lot of you were not really interested in Google Glass anymore. Everyone has their reasons, but almost 3,000 of you said that Glass was not something you would be interested in going forward. Google is looking to give glass a professional makeover by announcing that Glass is now being tested in workplaces around the country through a set of certified partners.  (more…)

Life Time Alarm Clock Provides Everything You Want in an Alarm Clock and Then Some

For most of the world, waking up in the morning is not an enjoyable experience. Luckily for us, our smartphones provide a bit more intelligence over the loud and annoying standard alarm clocks. Life Time Alarm Clock is looking to make a dent in this new app market by offering all the features and customization you could ever need right on your nightstand.  (more…)

Securing Your Passwords with an Android Password Manager [Beginner's Guide]

Let’s just get this out there: remembering passwords is the worst. We all know that we are supposed to have complicated, long passwords that have nothing to do with our history. We are supposed to have a new password for every site and the list goes on from there. Unless you are a human supercomputer, doing all that is not very easy.

Luckily for us, there is a growing market out there for password managers and lockers that make the whole process very easy. Let’s take a look at few of these services that are out there and discuss just how you can use them to keep your accounts and passwords safe.  (more…)

AT&T Galaxy Mega Receives a Mega-Sized Update Including Android 4.4.2 and Much More

Were you one of the few customers that heard of the 6.3″ Samsung Galaxy Mega smartphone and immediately said “Yes, I need that”? If you were, today is your lucky day. AT&T is rolling out a massive update to the enormous phone over the next few days that not only brings Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat to the device, but a list of fixes and improvements as well.  (more…)

AT&T’s 4G LTE Rollout Continues, New Markets Lit Up This Morning

AT&T told us that by the “end of this summer” it would be wrapping up its rollout of 4G LTE markets across the country. That date is only a few months away, and since AT&T already covers well over 500 markets and 280 million Americans, new markets getting lit up are hard to come by.

Only a short list of cities/towns are going live today, but who can complain about more people getting to access the great speed that LTE downloads can bring?  (more…)

Sonic Jump Fever Announced for This Summer, Takes the Classic Game and Turns It 90 Degrees

When you think of Sonic, running across a horizontal landscape as fast as he can, grabbing as many coins as he can carry should probably come to mind. After all, that is what Sonic is all about. It’s a true gaming classic. Many different Sonic games have been introduced over the years, but Sonic Jump Fever sticks to the simple one-direction platforming formula, but turns it on its head.  (more…)