Michael Graham Anderson

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Google plans to support its Android Studio IDE instead of Eclipse

To streamline Android development efforts, Google will focus on building tools for Android Studio. The company will also stop supporting other Integrated Development Environments (IDE) at the end of this year, like Eclipse.<p>Noting that Google would like to focus exclusively on Android Studio moving …

Android News

The Daily Edition is a new essential for Flipboard readers who want a fast, definitive roundup of the day's news, with a little bit of fun thrown into the mix.<p>Although it's packed with information, it's also a quick read. There are top stories in news, business, technology, sports and popular …

Reverse Showrooming: Best Buy, Amazon And The Internet Sales Tax

My four year old Sony laptop died last month. Okay, I killed it, but it was only criminally negligent homicide—the zipper on the old backpack I’d inherited from one of my kids pulled open and my laptop went crashing onto a hard floor.<p>So last Friday, I started shopping for a new one. In the process, …

Microsoft reportedly trying to buy Nook ebook ecosystem for $1 billion

<i>TechCrunch</i> is reporting that Microsoft is trying to buy the Nook ebook and device ecosystem — for $1 billion. According to documents <i>TechCrunch</i> has obtained, Redmond hopes to buy the digital assets of Nook Media LLC; that's the Barnes & Noble subsidiary behind the ebook business, as well as the Nook …

There Was A ‘Glass’ Before Google Came Along, And It Was Used In Antarctica In 2001

Whether you think Google Glass is something you’d wind up using one day, you have to admit that the technology is impressive. Packed inside of the pair of specs is a computer running Android, camera and all of the wireless capabilities you’d need. The idea of wearable computers is nothing new, and …