Technology News Archive - June 29, 2012
Google’s very own developer conference, Google I/O, runs through the end of the week as the internet search team continues to give us something to talk about.
With the exception of some UI tweaks here and there, iTunes has mostly looked and worked the same since its introduction.
Researchers at Rice University in Houston, Texas have put their minds together to create an incredibly thin battery. So small, in fact, if can be painted on the surface of whatever it’s meant to power.
On Wednesday, TV maker Vizio began shipping its latest widescreen flat panel TV, but this was no mere HDTV. First shown as a prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show - not this past January but two and a half years ago - the final version has finally arrived.
The Facebook app could soon be getting a speed boost. This increase of speed won’t come easily,however, as it’s rumored the entire app will be rebuilt from the ground up.
Official Flash support for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean devices will not be available, Adobe has confirmed, with the company pulling Flash from the Google Play store altogether after August 15.
You might not recognize his name, but if you’ve seen any recent Apple product video, it’s likely you know his face.
Google has been busy this week releasing new products and informing their developers on new, upcoming products. So far, they’ve announced a new Nexus phone, Nexus tablet and Nexus music player-thing.
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