Tag: Google Fi

Google Project Fi Review - Nexus 5X

Project Fi: 5 reasons why Google’s innovative cell service rocks

For Google the same old does not apply. Case in point: Project Fi. In my initial tests the innovative cell service stands out from the crowd, providing quality coverage, flexible SIM card management for secondary devices, and, maybe best of all, no contracts, no cancellation fees, and bills you can actually...
Apple iPhone SE $399

The real reason why Apple introduced the smaller iPhone SE

The environment. Yay! Health. Yay! Okay, now about that new iPhone... For the first time since the iPhone was introduced in 2007, Apple did something it had never done before: launch a new version of an iPhone with a smaller screen. Traditionally we've come to expect Apple to introduce an updated iPhone...
LG Nexus 5X and Project Fi Hands-On Experience

Day 1: Google’s Project Fi and Nexus 5X (Hands-On)

Once again, Google throws out the playbook. With Project Fi our favorite tech Gods have created a virtual network, sitting on top of T-Mobile and Sprint. How good is the new cell service? And will it make you want to switch?
Project Fi deal for $199 LG Nexus 5X phone

Google opens up Project Fi cell service – worth switching from T-Mobile?

Invites are so passé -- thankfully. First, OnePlus dropped their (annoying) invite-only system for its well-made, innovative Android handsets. Now, Google is allowing anyone, even us unwashed masses without special invites, to sign-up for its growing cellphone service known as Project Fi. To sweeten the Fi deal, Google is offering the LG Nexus 5X...
Sundar Pichai - Google I/O

Google I/O developer conference set for May 18-20 – What can we expect?

Google CEO Sundar Pichai this morning told all, via Twitter, that the company's annual I/O developer conference would take place May 18-20. This time, however, the show, which provides insight into Google's future product plans in addition to hands-on access to early betas and developer tools, will take place in...
Nexus 6 - Best Android Smartphone of 2015

Best of Android 2015: Top smartphone

When best doesn't necessarily mean best specs.

San Francisco: PlayGround announces 2012 young playwright project

PlayGround and Bay Area high schools partner to enable young writers to find their own expressive voice through the creation, development, and production of short plays.

Arrington’s CrunchPad garage project finds new home in DeadPool

Dirty laundry is once again being aired today on TechCrunch in a rambling, he said/she said post by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington about the death of the CrunchPad, a would-be tablet Internet Browser. Over 18 months in the making, it was a joint project between Arrington and a partner, Fusion...