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In the recent past Microsoft has made changes to be more like Apple — releasing its own hardware, increasing restrictions on its traditionally more open operating system… and firing similarly uncooperative employees? You have may heard that Apple recently fired …Read More »
According to Wikipedia “douchebag” could refer to “device used to administer a douche”. However, when a person calls someone (or something, in the case of companies) a douchebag, s/he typically isn’t calling them a “device used to administer a douche” …Read More »
I’m not sure if anyone has heard the news yet but, just like how people line up at Apple stores in anticipation of a new iPhone or iPad, there are people who are lining up at Microsoft stores in anticipation …Read More »
After long last Apple’s new iPad Mini is here. I’m sure many questions are going through people’s minds in regards to how the iPad Mini will do against the competition (namely Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD), how (if at …Read More »
Different companies have different corporate cultures, different visions, different goals, and make money in different ways. The mix of the just-mentioned elements often determine what a customer — in other words, me and you — mean to a company. Curious …Read More »
Poor BlackBerry. It used to be loved by the world, so much so that it was dubbed “crackberry” for those people who wouldn’t live without it. Now look at it. It is the butt of jokes, is hated by Wall …Read More »
Thanks to eBay and Amazon, many people have started sell stuff online as their day jobs and earn a steady income to support their families. Then there are people who just offload all their crap onto eBay in the hopes …Read More »
If you have been following the news lately, you have probably heard how a US Congress panel decided to bar Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE from participating in the implementation of communication infrastructure in the United States on the …Read More »
You know that new Lightning connector Apple has introduced in the iPhone 5? The one that requires a special authentication chip to be present in accessories to make use of the port, meaning cheap cables and adapters won’t be available? …Read More »
Facebook recently passed the 1 billion mark in active user accounts, as dotTech reported yesterday. Are you a naysayer and cannot fathom or do not want to accept the fact that Facebook has so many people actively using it (at …Read More »
With the shift from physical publication to Internet publication in full swing, for the past few years major newspapers, magazines, and other sources of media have hid themselves behind a “pay wall” — a monthly subscription people must may if …Read More »
Who likes poking fun at the world’s most valuable company? I sure do and apparently so do the artists at Joy of Tech. The following is another comic poking fun at iOS Maps. This time, to add salt to …Read More »
Most of us have probably seen the ‘Ghostbusters’, movie, cartoon, or otherwise. If you haven’t seen Ghostbusters then the comic shown below probably won’t resonate very well with you. However, if you have seen Ghostbusters — and you are familiar …Read More »
If you have updated your iDevice to iOS 6 and tried iOS Maps, or you have been reading tech blogs over the past two days, then you know that Apple’s version of Google Maps — iOS Maps — has epically …Read More »
Android may be dominating iOS when it comes to smartphones, but the iPad is kicking everyone’s ass in the tablet arena — Android, webOS (now defunct), and BlackBerry alike. Sure the Nexus 7 may be an iPad-quality Android tablet, but …Read More »
This past year Apple has taken a lot of heat over the labor practices of its contractors in China with stories such as students being forced to work in Foxconn factories assembling iPhone 5s or the extremely poor treatment of …Read More »
We all know Android and iPhone/iPad have killed BlackBerry marketshare over the past few years — yet RIM refuses to throw in the towel, claiming they can still be competitive. If iOS and Android’s current domination over BlackBerry could be …Read More »
Ever notice whenever a new iPhone comes out there is a group of people that cannot stop praising it and there is a group of people who cannot stop hating it. …Then there is a group of people that secretly …Read More »
Apple’s much-anticipated press event of the year is tomorrow where it is expected to reveal the new iPhone, may that be iPhone 5 or new iPhone. This whole year has seem a steady flow of leaks related to the iPhone …Read More »
The cold war may be over but Russian jokes are still afloat. My personal favorite is the one about when a Russian enters a bar… but I digress. Let’s get to the topic on hand.
What is the difference between …Read More »
Samsung got smacked by Apple in court. It was only a matter of time before our friends at Joy of Tech illustrated the aftermath. That time has arrived.
After being beat down by Apple, Samsung goes to the hospital to …Read More »
Ever run across those people who rag on you for doing something then they turn around and do the same damn thing they just told you not to do? Yeah, haven’t we all. Now let’s look at the same question …Read More »
In their attempt to provide more relevant search results, and to make money, (most) search engines track user activity, serve ads, and integrate social media within the results. All this in the name of growth, prosperity, and better search. Google …Read More »
After all the serious how to guides on Windows 8 tips and tricks today, it is time for some lighthearted humor.
You know that world war going on between Apple and Samsung? Yeah, well, with all the allegations, facts, fiction, …Read More »
Come on, don’t tell me you didn’t crack a smile.
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