Detroit News: "A week ago, many were willing to give them up for dead. Others were more delicate."
Engadget: "A great phone, but no longer a game-changer."
Matt Miller: "My biggest gripe about the M7 was the lack of detail in the UltraPixel camera. Since that wasn't fixed, I think I'll be skipping the M8 for now."
Google has lowered prices for their cloud services. I need to check out setting up a VM in this environment.
Microsoft believes the children are our future, and to prove it, it's teamed up with the Computer History Museum to make source code available for two groundbreaking programs: MS-DOS and Word for Windows.
Strange thing about the Google Maps background capability released yesterday. When I move the mouse over the map and then use the scroll wheel the map zooms in and out as opposed to scrolling down the web page. I wonder if there is a way to prevent that.
In my opinion, the fact that the new HTC One is available today is the most exciting thing about today's announcement by HTC. I think they are one of the first Android companies to release a new phone on the same day of the announcement.
Just read Engadget's HTC One review (2014) and I am not terribly excited by what I see. I am happy with my current HTC One, although I find the Moto X software to be very appealing.