We finally know when Google will unveil its newest goodies. Not even Twitter’s high officials are safe from hacking. Buy an LG G Pad for dirt cheap. This and more past the break!
Want to know what Google has planned for the future? Google IO is where the Search Giant reveals all its biggest projects and newest ventures. It’s also where developers walk away with all kinds of free goodies for testing. Needless to say that we all want to be there, and Sundar Pichai has officially announced the event dates.
Google IO will take place on May 28-29, two days full of geeky glory for all Google fans. Registration begins March 17th, so you best be ready to sign up. Remember Google IO usually runs out of tickets in a matter of minutes.
Opinion: What could we be seeing at Google IO 2015? A new Android version? More details on driverless cars? We will surely hear more rumors as the glorious day nears.
In a bit of an ironic twist, Anthony Noto has fallen victim to hackers and his Twitter account has been compromised. This would sound like usual news if the victim was your average Joe, but Anthony Noto just so happens to be Twitters very own CFO.
Some spam messages and links appeared in his feed all at once. It’s just interesting to see that not even top-level Twitter executives are safe in this wild west web.
Opinion: One would thing Twitter’s Chief Financial Officer would have some extra protection on his side. Is Noto even using Twitter’s security measures? Maybe he just happens to be as bad at passwords as most users are.
You can’t do much better than this Ebay deal if you are looking to get a good tablet on the cheap. The LG G Pad is not the most powerful device around, but at $89.99 it is one serious option to consider.
This sale is said to end in just over 5 days and there’s a limited quantity of units available, so you best hurry up if you want to join the party. They have sold 1,130 units as of the time of this publishing, so you better move!
Oh, this also happens to be the AT&T 4G LTE version and it comes unlocked, so you can even put service on it. Specs include a 7-inch 1280x800p display, a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB of RAM, Android 4.4 and more.
Opinion: This tablet is usually worth about $250, so its one hell of a deal at this price. Even I am considering buying it, even though I probably shouldn’t spend more money on gadgets.