For the first decade, Facebook hasn’t needed much marketing. It spread like a virus once it was unleashed onto the public and despite misstep after misstep, they’ve continued to maintain their hold on the time and attention of its users. Now, they’ve hired Gary Briggs to be their first ever CMO. His role will replace… Continue reading Does hiring a CMO mean a new chapter for Facebook?
Playstation 4 lead architect Mark Cerny sat down with Stuff.tv and he talked about a concept that struck my interest. As a gamer, I am all about immersion and being sucked into whatever world is being shown. As you’re sitting down traversing through part of Tamriel in “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” for example, you… Continue reading Perspiration: could sony Build on it?
This isn’t a big deal. It’s nothing new from a retail perspective and most will wonder what took Google so long to take advantage of their size and reach to take business from formerly-non-competitor Amazon and other online sales and delivery services. What most won’t realize is that this is another step towards world domination… Continue reading With Walmart delivery on the horizon, Google’s world domination is at hand
While high-profile hacking made headlines in 2012, some of the most famous hack jobs took place years ago. The masterminds behind these notorious events are outlined below. Kevin Mitnick Labeled as the most wanted cyber criminal in United States history, Mitnick took down the dedicated servers of Motorola, Fujitsu and Nokia. After his 1995 arrest and five-year… Continue reading The 10 most notorious hackers
The Apple iPhone 4s is just not another pretty face with sleek design and glorious interface. The iPhone is designed with what could be the best camera to be installed in a phone on the market! This 8 megapixel camera phone comes with a tremendous amount of features to make every picture that much better.… Continue reading iPhone photography and the world around
Not too long ago, the rise of “geek chic” surprised a few and elated many. Now, being called a “geek” can be considered the new “cool,” and in a city like Manhattan, that likes to be on the cutting edge of cool – it’s never been a better time to be a tech-savvy individual. No,… Continue reading Talk nerdy to me: Tech takes a seat at the cool kid table
As the madness of the holiday season dies down and the New Year gains pace, retailers will renew the cycle of offering new attractions to entice shoppers into parting with their hard-earned cash in exchange for physical and digital goodies. From New Year’s Eve to Valentine’s Day, there is no lack of opportunities for shoppers… Continue reading Will online shopping ever be safe?
Millions of websites have had to go through hell and back to survive long enough to reach profitability, but there is an elite list of websites that have managed to survive and prosper through the past decade and beyond. The things they went through dwarf any issues that their more recent counterparts have had to… Continue reading 12 Websites That Stood The Test of Time
Welcome to Wauconda, Washington, a small town that sold for $360,000 on eBay this week – a bargain if you’re looking for a chance to own a district. Wauconda is 25 minutes from the Canadian border and sits on Highway 20. The new owners, Maddie and Neal Love, got: a restaurant, store, gas station, a… Continue reading Washington Town Sold On eBay
You’re loooking at Air Raid – a cartridge for the Atari 2600 that until now was thought by most to not exist – those that do believe generally agree that there are maybe 12 or 13 copies in existence. Texas native Tanner Sandlin is now selling his copy on eBay. Yeah, this is one of… Continue reading Just In Time for Easter – the Holy Grail of Videogames