Virgin’s Project magazine is set to revolutionize the way we think about content consumption on the iPad with the world’s first all-digital magazine for the iPad. Or, in other words, this is something that should have happened awhile ago. Project magazine, which is a project by Virgin and Richard Branson, has been created in order… Continue reading The iPad Gets Its First All-Digital Magazine Today
Stupidity aside, the U.S. government has long been looking for ways to reduce the amount of accidents on the road. The latest of which has been to ban texting while driving. Many states are pushing for this to become law, and some have been successful. But now there is an even more extreme idea being… Continue reading U.S. Government Considers Killing Cell Phones While Driving
There is a lot of chitter chatter going on throughout the tech industry about a big potential acquisition of Groupon by Google, but the biggest question yet is whether or not Google has already purchased the site. Some reports have already been released that have stated that Google has already purchased the site. The only… Continue reading Has Google Already Purchased Groupon?
While skepticism remains high about how much success Kinect can achieve, Microsoft is proud to shove that skepticism in people’s faces. The company announced that they have sold over 2.5 million units of Kinect, with the potential of 5 million units shipped by year’s end becoming a possibility. Microsoft’s controller-less controller (that’s funny) is apparently… Continue reading Kinect Doesn’t Have A Controller, But It Does Have Potential
For some time now, serious digital gaming on the PC has been dominated by one brand alone: Steam. And so it should be. No-one else has offered a more straightforward, integrated, transparent approach to gaming. Steam has made PC gaming infinitely better, and it’s conceivable that without Valve’s efforts, gaming with a keyboard and mouse… Continue reading Five Ways to Fix Games For Windows Live
This is intense. Are you seated? Of course you’re seated, that’s a stupid question – who stands around in their laundry room reading tech news? Anyway, if, in the unlikely event you are not seated, you would like to be, please take this opportunity, because I’m about to let fly with some totally rad shizz… Continue reading Microsoft Wants You To Just Shut Up And Touch It
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFdX29mVrxA[/youtube] And now you know.
No one ever accused Alicia Keys of f***ing around when it comes to philanthropy, and if you ever felt like you wanted to, she’s about to prove you seven shades of wrong. The singer, along with a host of other celebrities, are about to pull the plug on their online selves for charity. Lady Gaga,… Continue reading Celebs Kick The Bucket Online for AIDS
Scott’s girlfriend, Leslie, was a power user of the popular Mom community site CafeMom. Scott sought to enlist their help in crafting his proposal to her through their popular Achievement Awards program. He sent Cafe Mom the following e-mail to initiate the proceedings: “I have a dilemma, and I was hoping your staff might be… Continue reading Boyfriend Uses Girlfriend’s Favorite Website to Propose To Her