Dropbox isn’t satisfied with just keeping all of the pictures you upload to your computer. They want screenshots and everything else as well. They want to be your picture hub and it might just be working. Dropbox already lets you automatically upload your photos and videos to the cloud, but now the file-syncing service is… Continue reading Dropbox wants all of your pictures
It could be the real thing. It’s possibly an elaborate hoax. Either way, the iPhone launch is so far behind us that we barely even remember what their numbers were. Now, it’s iPad time. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J84xWlkYjKc[/youtube] Chinese parts supplier sw-box.com has posted a video and photos of the upcoming the slate-gray enclosure of the upcoming iPad… Continue reading Is this the new iPad 5?
Don’t take our word for it. Rockstar North didn’t expect their biggest game ever to be as huge as it has been in the early going and are fearful that they may have challenges with the multiplayer online version. Last week Rockstar North admitted it was facing “unanticipated” pressure because sales of GTA 5 had… Continue reading Grand Theft Auto Online will be a rocky launch
This is a very big win for Microsoft that desperately needed some positive buzz for their next generation tablet. Delta pilots will be turning in their bulky charts and paperwork bundles and going digital with Microsoft Surface 2 tablets. How many of Microsoft’s ARM-powered Surface 2 fondleslabs has it sold so far during the presale… Continue reading 11,000 Microsoft Surface 2s purchased for Delta pilots
Things are very different today than they’ve ever been in history. The way that people consume their media, the methods that politicians present their cases, and ability for people to communicate with each other has had as much of an impact on the political landscape as television had on the election of John F. Kennedy.… Continue reading Technology makes this government shutdown more dangerous than 1995
Bad news for ad designers for HTML5. Google is trying to take your job and put it in the hands of novices. Don’t worry. It won’t take them long to realize that they still need to be a designer to use the program. It’s good. It’s not so easy that a caveman could do it.… Continue reading Google makes HTML5 designing easy
The big players stepped up early on because they were expected to. Now, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook will be joined by Foursquare, Twilio, and Automattic in the fight against secret data requests from the government. Today or tomorrow, the U.S. Justice Department is expected to file a brief with the FISA Court opposing motions from Google,… Continue reading More big tech names join the fight for transparency
Utah appears to be the next home for Google Fiber, the fastest internet this side of the Grand Canyon. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QU5lHzgvK0[/youtube] The energy that Google has harnessed around its fiber effort now extends to locals making cute commercials about the coming service, with residents of Provo, Utah pulling this little skit together — comparing Google Fiber… Continue reading Provo. Google Fiber. October.
He’s crazy, he’s brilliant, and he has a plan to fight the battle for the people against the evils of the NSA. He’s John McAfee and he’s ready to fight the good fight. From the mind of eccentric billionaire John McAfee — founder of McAfee Antivirus — comes a “new and revolutionary technology” that will… Continue reading John McAfee versus the NSA
Graph search has had a lackluster launch so far. Few are using it with confidence thinking they can find what they really want. Now, it will include status updates and other posts. This is potentially very good news as it will allow Graph Search to be very useful for those wanting to find information on… Continue reading Facebook opens graph search to posts and status updates