Google Glass is now arrived in the hands of developers and early adopters, with a wider commercial release expected in about a year.
It looks like the Google Android OS is really starting to pick up steam, especially in the smartphone market. We’ve got the Motorola Milestone for the classy types, the Motorola Backflip for social crowd, and now we have a slightly more rugged option – the Motorola i1.
The newest Google Android phone to come out from Motorola may look like any number of other touchscreen devices, but it comes with a feature that is important to many Sprint customers: push-to-talk. I’m not big on the whole PTT thing, but there are many industry professionals and other niche customers who need that kind of functionality.
It’s hard to give up on your iPod, even if musicphones are starting to flood the market to rival the use of a dedicated audio player. The Skullcandy Cellphone/iPod headset is designed to serve both of your electronic goodies, because there is a pair of headphone jacks: one for your phone, the other for your […]