I am so excited that the title of this article is in CAPS! Verizon has just sent out invitations to certain major technology websites for an event in New York City on Tuesday. Though the invitation did not mention the purpose of this event, all the signs point to the same thing. THE iPHONE IS [...]Read more
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
Vizio was founded eight years ago with the goal of undercutting prices and taking over the television industry. With their strategy of designing TVs in the US and manufacturing them in China, they quickly became the go-to brand for a cheap television. Since then, Vizio has risen from being a bargain basement brand to making [...]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 [...]
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
Thanks to the folks over at Google, you and I can officially make calls from our computers to mobile phones (and landlines too)… for free!
Three days ago, Google launched its newest service via Gmail’s webclient. It allows you to make and receive calls to and from the US and Canada. To make calls, you use [...]
Earlier this month, on August 9th, Verizon and Google held a joint press conference o discuss net neutrality, an issue that’s becoming more and more pressing. In a nutshell, net neutrality deals with the openness and availability of the internet– in a “perfect world” there shouldn’t be internet discrimination; access should be equal for all users. [...]Read more
That’s right, new iPad models, iPhone 4s without the antenna issue, and a whole new line of iPods could be coming soon to an Apple Store near you. While it’s only a rumor, you can expect to see new Apple products in stores “as early as this month” according to iLounge‘s “highly reliable source”.
AppleInsider posted an open letter to Steve Jobs from New York Senator Charles Schumer (D). Basically, the letter rips on Apple and the iPhone 4′s antenna issue.
Let’s recap shall we? Instead of working on real, pressing issues the Senator is wasting time worrying about the iPhone 4. Just wonderful! Clearly, he was mis-informed and didn’t [...]
As many of you know, I’m just about fed up with my BlackBerry (post coming soon: “Why I Can’t Wait to Ditch My BlackBerry.”). But, one thing I know I’m going to miss, perhaps miss desperately, is BlackBerry Messenger (or BBM). BBM is Research in Motion’s BlackBerry to BlackBerry messaging service that uses a minuscule amount of [...]Read more
Apple sent out notifications to a select few in the media that the company’s holding a press conference this Friday, July 16th at 10AM Pacific (1PM Eastern).
Right now, we don’t have a lot of details… wait, scratch that– we only have one: the conference is related to the iPhone 4.
We, along with about 99.9% of [...]