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Looking for an open parking spot? There's an Android app for that. No, there's no iPhone app, only an Android one; sorry, for once Android has a leg up on the iPhone. Indeed, it's called Open Spot, and it could prove useful to folks in parking limited locales. It's a Google Labs app though, which means it's experimental, so keep that in mind.
This week at the World Expo in Shanghai, Canon -- a name synonymous with high-quality photography -- offered a vision of a device that not only supersedes the digital still camera, but will likely eliminate photography as we know it.
Owning a smartphone means never having to say 'I don't know.' These free applications for Android phones will keep you knowledgeable wherever you go.
This declassified Lockheed Martin video shows the first flight of the A-12, the super-secret spy plane precursor of the SR-71 Blackbird. Only 15 were made under the CIA's OXCART program. The story of this technological wonder is fascinating.
Mouseless is an invisible working computer mouse built by MIT PhD student, Pranav Mistry. The mouse, or lack thereof, is controlled by using your hand with no hardware to control the pointer on your screen
WickedLasers has released a new laser that can blind instantly, cause cancer if it touches skin, and could possibly set things on fire.
Originally announced at Google I/O back in May, Android 2.2 was Google's answer to iPhone OS 4, now known as iOS 4. Along with expected tweaks and updates, it also delivers a slew of cutting-edge new features that no other mobile OS has ever delivered users. Here's a detailed look at what makes Froyo tick...
T-Mobile and an Orlando-area church are hoping to erect a 130-foot cross that will double as a cell-phone tower. But they've had bad reception from neighbors, who are protesting the idea.
In a report published last week it became painfully apparent just how different the iOS and Android ecosystems are. Not only does Android have significantly more free apps than either the iPhone or iPad, but paid apps also cost less on Android.
Just a short while ago, we all assumed the Kindle was to be for books what the iPod was to music: the thing that ‘changed everything’ about how the medium was used in modern times. Oh, how times have changed.
SSDs can offer big speed improvements over hard drives, assuming you know what to do with them. Here's how to get the most bang for your storage buck.
Using an iPhone is like taking a holiday to some corrupt country: It may be beautiful and offer simple pleasures, but you're going to pay bribes to people who shamelessly charge you for what's free elsewhere.
From Walkie-Talkies to 4G, the earliest mobile calls can be traced as far back as the early 1900s.
iPhone 4, Motorola Droid X, Droid Incredible and HTC EVO were put to test to see which has the best LCD. The result was based on contrast, color dept, color accuracy and brightness.
31 years ago in July, Sony released its iconic portable audio cassette player. The Walkman\r\nchanged music culture, allowing people to record, listen and transport music like never before.