An Israeli company has posted a video to YouTube with the prototype for technology that can charge a cell phone battery in just 30 seconds. Finally, some innovation in battery technology. Current problem is that the battery is too large.
I just flipped on the TV to the NCAA championship game. My feeling before the game is that UConn would beat Kentucky, and the Huskies have a lead at half time. However, in most of all the previous games Kentucky trailed at half time.
Because they can? "Police in San Francisco are investigating why four Smart cars were flipped"
Alternate Android lock screen Cover is being acquired by Twitter. I've been using Cover on my HTC One and I like it because it provides quick access to applications. The app is not complete, however, so I hope that this news doesn't disrupt the release of updates.
Android Police: "Hera, from what we know, essentially represents Google's effort to unify the experience users have in Android, Chrome, and Search all on your Android-powered device." Reading tea leaves. Google does seem to be evolving Chrome into a "cross-device," "cross-experience" platform. A case in point is Google Now cards in Chrome, which uses Android devices for location information.
I-96 closure: I expected my commute into Detroit on M-10 to be much worse than it was due to the closure of I-96. Perhaps because today was just the first work day people have yet to figure out the best alternative.