Just because it can be done, doesn’t mean it should be done. At least that is what the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) chairman is saying now. Last week, Tom Wheeler announced a proposal that would lift the FCC ban on …Read More »
Chromecast is a computer-smartphone-tablet-to-TV streaming dongle that costs just $35 and works with Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices.
Sad news for those who bought a Google Chromecast device with the intention of streaming their own local/offline content on their …Read More »
Microsoft completely reverses Xbox One policies, removes used games restrictions and will no longer require online checks every 24 hours
After Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Xbox One got a lot of new nicknames: The Xbone, Xbox 359, or even the Xbox One-and-done. Now we can add a new nickname: the Xbox 180.
Microsoft executive Don Mattrick has announced on …Read More »
US government accuses Apple of dodging billions of dollars in taxes, CEO Tim Cook calls for tax reform
Apple has almost $100 billion of cash offshore, and the company doesn’t pay US taxes for this large amount. They also recently took on billions in debt to buy back shares instead of bringing over money from their massive offshore …Read More »
Google’s Glass project isn’t even officially out yet and it’s already starting to gain a healthy amount of opposition. The device was recently banned from a Seattle bar, and while that one might have been more publicity stunt than actual …Read More »
We might not have to deal with those pesky warnings about turning off our tablets or e-readers on flights much longer. The Federal Aviation Administration of the United States may announce a more “lenient” policy on electronics usage later this …Read More »