Yesterday, Microsoft announced the Kin series of phones, formerly known as ‘Project Pink.’ The Kin One and Kin Two are the brainchildren of Microsoft’s acquisition of Danger a few years back. These two new phones aim to “socially connect people”, specifically teenagers. They’re based off of Windows Mobile 7, but have a special UI (much like what [...]Read more
Ah, the iPhone. It still exists ya know*?
Apple announced an iPhone OS 4 event for this coming Thursday, April 8th at 10 AM PT. Attendees can expect “a sneak peek of the next generation of iPhone OS software.”
We were somewhat surprised that Apple’s holding this event after they just launched the iPad. Two words: media [...]Read more
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past six months, odds are you’ve heard of the HTC Supersonic. And, if for some reason you have been living under a rock, the Supersonic is Sprint’s first 4G phone. It’s also the world’s first 4G phone. So, when Sprint officially announced the phone today, [...]Read more
Microsoft just went ahead and provided us with a tiny bit of info with regards to Windows 7 and Server 2008 updates.
Surprisingly, Server 2008 R2 has captured most of the hype surrounding OS updates. A RemoteFX feature is supposed to be the “special sauce” on the Remote Desktop tech included in Windows Server 2008.
With this [...]
Steam is coming to Mac. With Steam will come Mac gamers. With Mac gamers will come new customers.
It seems that this thought process has infiltrated the minds of the geeks over at Razer, who pledged today that all “upcoming” products will support Mac OSX. Even though, select Razer has some products on the market now [...]
Just a few hours ago, Terry McGraw, the CEO of textbook giant McGraw-Hill, confirmed the existence of an Apple Tablet.
On a CNBC show, McGraw not only verified the tablet, but also validated the claim that the tablet’s going to be released tomorrow.
Catch the video, transcript, and my interpretation (because we know that’s exactly what you want) after [...]
As you may now, we have gotten our hands on Google Chrome OS, and my general thought is that its JUST A BOOTABLE BROWSER, at first the press conference made it seem pretty cool, but a rose by any other name is still a rose, and Google Chrome, even if you make it an OS [...]Read more
We got our hands on Google Chrome OS and are right now putting it on a virtual machine. We’ll have specs and some first looks, up soon, and of course we are going to try to answer the most important question, what happens when you go offline. Right now it is available as a VMWare [...]Read more