AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger is a freelance writer from Madison, Wisconsin with an affinity for all things tech. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and whatever wacky social network is popular tomorrow.

Starting with iOS 8, Apple will no longer decrypt iPhones for law enforcement

Apple won't be able to decrypt personal data for police starting with iOS 8. A new encryption method prevents the company from accessing any account data, freeing the company from having to respond to government information requests.
Home Theater

Alcatel announces stylus-friendly OneTouch Hero 2, slim Hero 8 at IFA 2014

French phone maker Alcatel expanded its line of OneTouch devices with the announcement of the Hero 2, a 6-inch smartphone, and Hero 8, an 8-inch tablet, at IFA 2014. Both will be available in September 2014.

Samsung’s Gear S smartwatch cuts its smartphone leash, runs free

Samsung's new Gear S smartwatch now comes with 3G connectivity and its own SIM card, making it a standalone device that no longer needs to be paired with a smartphone to function.

Finally win at fantasy football with numberFire’s new analytics app

Predictive analytics company NumberFire is launching its first app aimed at fantasy sports players. The app, available September 2 on iOS, uses proprietary technology and crowdsourcing to pick winners.

Endless Jabber keeps your conversations going on any device

Endless Jabber's protocol takes your text messages beyond your phone and allows you to continue the conversation on your computer or tablet. The mobile app is available for Android.

Faking it: Nearly half of people lie while sexting

Is your partner lying to you while you're being digitally intimate? Probably, according to a new study that says nearly half of people lie about what they're doing or wearing while sexting.
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Runtastic Orbit Review

Runtastic Orbit Review.

Redesigning Maps: Google details the app’s evolution

Google Maps has come a long way since its original iteration and is continuously changing. Google designers detailed the transformation of the product at Google I/O 2014.

Google Play adds motion tracking, credit card scanning, and dynamic security to apps

Google has started the roll out of Google Play services 5.0 and gave a run down of all the new features and APIs that will be included during its "Google Play services Rocks!" session at Google I/O 2014.
Home Theater

Google officially announces Android TV

Google officially announced Android TV. It will be the spiritual successor to Google TV, running on hardware while utilizing the new Android L. Lines of smart TVs starting in 2015 will run on Android TV.