Google's third attempt at TV is not only it's cheapest and most simple but probably it's best yet. An HDMI (and USB, depending on your TV) dongle that plugs into your TV allows you to play videos from YouTube, Netflix, Pandora, and anything in a Chrome browser from any mobile device or computer.
Lots of new information is beginning to come out about Apple's not so secret wearable computer in the works. Through new hires and reports of a "dream-team" being assembled, we're starting to get a glimpse at not only how important Apple thinks this new product may be, but what it's uses will be as well. All signs point to a wearable computer for the wrist, full of state-of-the-art sensors that can measure, record and share data about it's users to iPhones/iPads.
The first smart phone truly designed and made by Google is coming and Google Now is the star of the show. It's not surprising that Google is pushing Google Now as the key feature of the new Motorola branded phone, the Moto X. Google Now is arguably the most exciting and innovative thing Google has done in the mobile space. When it works it feels almost like magic, and the search capabilities are fast and accurate. Having those capabilities even more accessible truly feels futuristic and requires little effort on the part of the user to experience. A near pure Android experience, on decent hardware at a reasonable price and stand out features could be the thing to get Motorola back in the game.
Looks like Guy Kawaaki was in fact hinting about the Motorola 'Moto X' phone back in March. He linked to a video about Porsche customization and asked, "Wouldn't if be cool if you could personalize your phone like this?"