After CNET discovered the existence of Google’s mysterious barges floating near San Francisco and Portland, many speculated they were data centers and then said they would eventually be turned into fancy retail showrooms for Google Glass. While Google has since claimed responsibility for the barges, they’re not quite revealing what their exact purpose is.…Read More »
Microsoft just officially announced Windows 8.1 will be available on October 17th. Will you be upgrading?
Shortly after news broke that Windows 8.1 would be out sometime in October, Microsoft has decided to give us the official word. Windows 8.1 will be officially available on October 17th.
If you already own Windows 8, you’ll be receiving Windows 8.1 as a free update from the Windows Store on the 17th.…Read More »
If you have the money to spend, you can purchase Samsung’s 55-inch curved OLED TV today for the whopping price of $9000. Not cheap by any means, but much inexpensive compared to similar OLED TVs on the market, so in truth, this is deal made in tech heaven.…Read More »
Microsoft says indies will now be able to self-publish on Xbox One, retail consoles can be used as dev kits
Microsoft appears to be hell-bent on fixing everything that people have complained about for the Xbox One. After completely reversing their used games policy and online requirements, the company has announced a new stance for how it will approach independent game developers.…Read More »
Reports are surfacing claiming that Google feels they need a way to directly introduce their products to consumers. The Nexus devices and Chromebooks aren’t easily available for consumers to try before buying, and the company wants to change that. What better way to do than that by opening a completely Google-run retail store?…Read More »