So, your teenager has passed his or her driving test. Congratulations! And now they want to share your car! Out of the question! As proud as you are of them, there’s no way you’re letting them get behind the wheel of your trusty automobile. It’s time for them to learn the responsibility of maintaining their… Continue reading The 10 most popular cars to give teen drivers
Every year is more exciting than the previous in the world of tech. It’s in the very nature of progress that we find this to be the case as things that once thrilled us become boring and nothing short of something brand-spanking new will blow out minds. In 2010, our minds were blown. We have… Continue reading 2010 Tech in Review
Memes have been a staple of the Internet since emails were sent out with subject lines that started with “RE: FW: FW: FW: CC: RE: FW: RE: FW: FW: FW:”. 2010 was another stellar year for memes as old celebrities unintentional hit the spotlight and regular folks joined them in utter memeness. This graphic by… Continue reading Memes 2010: The Year in Review
2010 was, even more so than most, a rollercoaster year for tech. From the glossy newness of the iPad, to the frenzy surrounding Wikileaks, to the rise of Android, to the continuing explosion of Facebook and Twitter, it seemed the pace of change just kept on accelerating. Still, like any year, not all of that… Continue reading Three Tech Trends From 2010 We Could Live Without
Newspapers are not dead, despite every effort by many (including newspaper publishers) to kill them. That may have been the biggest surprise in a recent report by Forrester regarding the way Americans spend their media-consumption time during the last 6 years. For the first time ever, Internet usage equaled television watching with 121% increase since… Continue reading Americans Spent As Much Time On The Internet As They Did On Television In 2010
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) used to be the most important day within the game industry for publishers, developers, and consumers, but numerous issues over the years had taken away the spectacle’s appeal. This year’s E3, however, certainly had the emotion behind it to propel it back to its former greatness. Unfortunately, “great” isn’t quite… Continue reading E3 2010: The Biggest Disappointment In E3 History?
Lovers of barely functional, bloated and outdated software rejoice: Microsoft Office 2010 has been released to manufacturing and could be available as early as May 1st! The neolithic software title lumbers onwards, regardless of technological advancement and shifts towards cloud computing. So what does Microsoft have in store for users so behind the curve that… Continue reading Office 2010 Stumbles Towards The Finish Line