Gunning after Twitter
Facebook is working on new tools meant to encourage people to discuss the latest TV shows, breaking news, and live events on…
More than half of those surveyed in a new Gallup poll said that the television is their main source for news, and about 21 percent chose the internet. Less than 10 percent said print newspapers are their main source.
Google’s data suggests that more users are finally on Android 4.0 or better but is that really the case? Tell us in this simple poll which Android version you run and if you still see fragmentation as a big Android challenge.
Facebook didn’t quite unveil its own phone, but you can make your Android phone a Facebook phone with a custom launcher. The question now is: will you?
We wrote this week about the creators who filed a pro-YouTube amicus brief in the site’s legal battle with Viacom. Now we want to know: What would you do if YouTube were to lose the lawsuit and was forced to change how it operated?
Given the recent news about AT&T’s decision to shift from unlimited 3G data plans, we were curious how much data you actually use on your device? Taking a peak at my stats revealed that I’ve downloaded 4.1GB of data and uploaded nearly a gig.
Are you going to buy a Google TV devices? If so, which one? The Blu-ray player, the Sony TV set or the Logitech box? If not – why not? We’d love to find out, and put together a little poll to make things easier for you.
Our posts about Google open sourcing its VP8 video codec have provoked a lot of discussion on NewTeeVee and across the web…
With the launch of the Apple iPad just days away, magazine and newspaper companies are putting the finishing touches on their apps for the tablet, hoping to lure both new and existing readers. What magazine and news apps are you are looking forward to the most?
Geeks everywhere who (like to think they) have style are eagerly awaiting Apple’s developer conference keynote on Monday, hoping for an improved…