I am starting a new kind of post on this website. I realized I share a bunch of interesting stories every day on Twitter and decided to curate a collection of the best ones in here. I will try to write this every week, so stay tuned.
This week’s main event was Google I/O, of course. But not only that happened. Here are my highlights. Continue reading →
Google’s annual developers conference started today at Moscone Center in San Francisco. At Google I/O 2014, the focus seems to be “Android Everywhere”. During the (extremely long) keynote, Google unveiled the next version of its mobile operating system, Android L, a new design to its products, a deeper view on Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV.
Today Apple opened another Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. As always, the keynote speech was surrounded with hype and predictions of new hardware. But that didn’t happen. Instead, Apple delivered a keynote for developers, disappointing a lot of analysts and members of the general public. And that is good. After all, the conference is for developers. For this audience, the WWDC 2014 keynote was awesome. Here are my comments. Continue reading →
Today Microsoft unveiled the third version of its notebook disguised as a tablet, the Surface Pro 3. If you have been following this blog, you will remember that I reviewed the first version of the Surface Pro. At that time, I said that, although the tablet was good, it wasn’t for everyone. And it still seems to be the case. Continue reading →