In a private event leading up to tonight’s keynote at CES, Microsoft announced something that may forever change the way we think of Windows computing: the next version of Windows, codenamed Windows.NEXT, will be compatible with ARM’s processors. For those of you who don’t know, ARM processors power devices like smartphones and media tablets and use much less [...]Read more
We’ve all been waiting for quite a while (or at least I have) to finally get a taste of Microsoft’s seemingly awesome Kinect hardware, a controller-less motion gaming experience, for the Xbox 360. With the release date around the corner, you can bet there’s going to be a store or two (or three) looking to [...]Read more
Facebook is back in the news for something other than a great movie about its founder!
Microsoft is taking advantage of a partnership with the social networking service to hopefully spur the popularity of its search engine, Bing. Although we haven’t been let in on all of the features just yet, Bing’s now going to [...]
According to pocket-lint.com, a number of sources familiar with the matter have confirmed that Windows Phone 7 is launching October 11th. The Windows Phone 7 platform is Microsoft’s attempt to rival iOS4, Apple’s mobile OS, as well as the Android plaform, which is Goolge’s brainchild. The sources also confirmed that Microsoft has partnered with a [...]Read more
I think it’s safe to say that we have quite a few Xbox 360 fans in our audience. And, I’ll be honest: I’m right there with you– I love my console. So, when I came across a number of Xbox-related stories, I felt obliged to spread the news. Fair warning: some of it’s good and, regrettably, some [...]Read more
There’s a timeless saying that pictures are worth a thousands words. Another favorite of mine (albeit it’s slightly newer) is the one that says infographics are wortha hundred million words. OK, so maybe I made up that last one. But regardless, infographics are a great and easy way to learn.
The infographic below takes a comprehensive [...]
At this very moment, I’m dancing around my house like a four-year-old girl who just got the latest Barbie for Christmas. Why, you ask?
The news out of Microsoft’s Electronic Entertainment Expo presentation
(or E3, as the cool kids call it)just makes me giddy.
Luckily for you, I won’t bore you with the non-essentials– I’ll just move [...]
Microsoft has revealed that the final name for its Project Natal will be Kinect.
At an electrifying (by all accounts) event put on by none other than Cirque du Soleil, where reporters donned ponchos and no electronic devices of any kind were allowed, Microsoft took the wraps off the final device… Microsoft Kinect.
After an Italian ad [...]
I’m sure you’re all excited for Project Natal, Microsoft’s latest addition to the Xbox 360 gaming console. I mean, who wouldn’t be? The idea of having a complete, interactive gaming experience without having to use a controller just sounds so…crazy. Crazy is exactly right.
Watch below as these people test out Project Natal and feel free [...]
Well, here you go Steve– isn’t this exactly what you’ve been waiting for?
Earlier today, Adobe announced that a “a critical vulnerability exists in Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and earlier versions…” In layman’s terms, the bug could cause the user’s computer to crash and give full access to the attacker.
We’re being told that Adobe’s already working [...]Read more
Project Natal, Microsoft’s latest endeavor in the video-game world, is a motion-sensing add-on to Microsoft’s current Xbox 360 Platform; it gives users an interactive gaming experience through motion-sensing technology. The controller-free environment of Project Natal is a step up from the current motion sensing devices, like Nintendo’s Wiimote and Sony’s Move controller.
Since Natal’s announcement back [...]