Usually when you purchase a shirt at a store, they never give you at least a plastic hanger to go home with. If you want the hanger, you’ll have to pay for it, and that’s just dirty business. Scumbag store! …Read More »
The Apple iPad is a great tablet, but probably not the best when it comes down to the operating system. What sets it apart from other competing tablets running Android or Windows RT is that it has a plethora of …Read More »
On Friday, the Grand Canyon was engulfed in a breathtaking river of clouds. It’s something we have never seen before and might not see again, a true once in a lifetime event. Apparently this event is caused my something called …Read More »
Shortly after Google’s mysterious barges appeared, the company confirmed that they would be used as ” interactive spaces where people can learn about new technology.” But a new report out of SF Gate makes things a little more specific than …Read More »
BlackBerry CEO John Chen issued an open letter to its enterprise customers today. In it, the CEO, who has only been on the job for a month, assures the company’s business customers that BlackBerry is here to stay:
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When Sony’s next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 4, launched in the US earlier this month, the company announced that it had sold over a million units in the first 24 hours. Since then, the console has officially launched in …Read More »
For those looking for an easy way to unlock your Android device, look somewhere other than the Google Play Store. CyanogenMod recently received notice from Google that their CyanogenMod Installer application had to be removed from the Google Play Store. …Read More »
The Tangible Media Group of MIT recently showed off an amazing display that transforms digital objects into physical ones that you can touch. Perhaps the best way to understand just how incredible this technology is, take a look at this …Read More »
Ever since Google unveiled its Google Glass prototype, it seems like every major tech company wants to make a wearable device. Samsung released a smartwatch called the Galaxy Gear and rumors of an Apple watch were a constant. Sony has …Read More »
In the last few years, the tech industry is taking a new direction. The industry is changing so rapidly that none of the industries is able to fully adapt to it. As a result, every company is striving to stay …Read More »
He sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake. He knows what you’ve been shopping for so beware for goodness sake. Santa’s not the only one watching you this time of year. Businesses are doing the same surveillance …Read More »
Mocking the iPad seems like the go-to advertising tactic these days, as Amazon is following up Microsoft’s targeted ads with their own take. In the company’s latest commercial for the Kindle Fire HDX, a British narrator boasts about the iPad …Read More »
Steam has reached a milestone on Sunday, when at 11 a.m. its store had 7.19 million concurrent users. That is to say, 7.19 people were using Steam at the same time, worldwide.
Lately when it comes to the gaming news …Read More »
So far Call of Duty: Ghosts is the most popular multiplayer game on the Xbox One and is dominating the PS4 as well.
It hasn’t been out for that long, but aside from that, it also the best selling PS4 …Read More »
Quechua is famous for its outdoor and mountain clothing and equipment, but that did not hold the company back from competing in the smartphone industry. Quechua has an advantage for making smartphones in the outdoor and mountain travel niche, though, …Read More »
Finally, after a few months and a tremendous effort to fix the Affordable Health Care Act’s website, it seems that it is finally running smoothly, for the most part.
The debacle over the HealthCare.gov website and how many problems it …Read More »
Dell has announced a new 4K monitor on its website. The appearance of the Ultra HD display, which will feature a 4K resolution of 3840×2160 and pixel density of 185 ppi, suggests that the company will soon begin selling the …Read More »
For Google’s latest Chrome Experience, the company has teamed up with Warner Bros. to promote this month’s release of The Desolation of Smaug. The new Chrome Experience features a beautiful map of Middle Earth, but it gets better — …Read More »
On December 2 China will be launching a probe to the moon. Chang’e-3 will depart from Xichang, which is a Chinese launch center for satellites, and aim to land on the Moon 12 days later, on December 14.
Once there, …Read More »
Anil Valiv, a government officer in India, has created PositiveSaathi.com, which is a site that helps HIV positive Indians find romantic matches.
To date Valiv has helped create matches that resulted in between 200 and 400 marriages so far. He …Read More »
Gamers have reported being suspended from Xbox Live’s Upload Studio for using bad language. Microsoft stands by this decision and apparently they are losing patience when it comes to the use of “filthy” language.
“(W)e take Code of Conduct moderation …Read More »
As far as early indications go on how the console wars went on Black Friday, it seems that so far Microsoft is in the lead.
This information comes to us through a survey conducted by InfoScout, a market research firm, …Read More »
If you’re having trouble redeeming your vouchers on the PlayStation Network (PSN), it is because it has been suspended.
The news was announced yesterday on the PlayStation Blog by Sid Shuman, who is a social media manager at Sony.
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China’s online censorship system currently blocks many popular online destination, with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube among the list. It also bans sites hosted in Taiwan and rights groups. Apparently, China feels that, with this censorship, they have been successful at “cleaning” …Read More »
Sometime in 2014, Virgin Galactica plans to take flight. The Galactica will fly 100 kilometers into the air and give travelers a near-weightless experience, for a few minutes anyway. At $250,000 a pop the only ones planning on flying right …Read More »
Earlier this year Apple was found guilty of fixing prices on ebooks. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote determined that the company needed to be monitored for the next two years to make sure they didn’t revert to their old ways. …Read More »
After earning enough that one could spend the rest of his or her life in a yacht, millionaires and billionaires invest money in different sectors of industries; some do it to deepen their pockets further, some do it because it …Read More »
It’s a sad day for James Howells, a day that might haunt him for the rest of his life. Since 2009, Howell had been growing a massive stash of Bitcoin. When he started, Bitcoin wasn’t a popular thing, and it …Read More »
The US government is being ordered to pay $50 million to Apptricity for violating a licensing agreement and spreading Apptricity’s software among its military ranks without actually paying for it.
The software, which tracks supplies and troops, was authorized for …Read More »
We all hate bacteria and germs, so anything that is capable of killing these (often) harmful and deadly things is welcoming. Just imagine doing all kind of nasty little things on the kitchen counter and never having to worry about …Read More »