Photo buffs may appreciate the improved album and high-DPI monitor support, but really, it's all about the animated GIFs.
It may be called Chromecast, but Google's new dongle has more in common with Android.
The list of under-the-hood improvements just keeps growing with two additions that Google decided to keep out of the limelight.
The launch of the already popular Chromecast doesn't signal that Google will kill Google TV, the search giant said.
The latest Android software is out, but manufacturers ain't saying when it'll land on the latest Android hardware.
This $35 dongle from Google will connect to your HDTV via HDMI and stream video from the Web to the TV at your instruction.
Nvidia yanked back the curtain on a mobile version of its core Kepler graphics technology, promising iPad 4-level graphics at a third of the power cost.
Enhance the computing power for science research projects by donating some of your Android phone's juice to them.
The $79 gesture input device isn't quite done cooking yet. Perhaps, when they throw in some best-practices for app developers, it still might get there.
The free Locket app for Android pays you to replace your phone's lock screen with one that shows advertisements. But before you expect a big payoff, know that you'll be giving up a lot of lock screen functionality for a little bit of pocket change.
The debut of the legendary Halo series on Microsoft's next-gen platforms looks fun, but be sure to read the fine print.
Windows 8's modern interface translates surprisingly well to the TV screen, but some key software omissions could hurt HTPC buffs.