It’s often easy to lump in Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon into the same pot. After all, they’re all big tech companies that focus on innovation, bring addictive gadgets, services, or both to consumers, and make tons of money off of our desires for the latest and greatest. They’re all evil to some extent,… Continue reading Apple attacks Google and Facebook. They have a point.
When the St Louis Rams lost Sam Bradford to a knee injury, they called on 44-year-old Brett Favre to see if he was interested. He publicly said he was flattered but there was no chance he’d be playing football any time soon. When Microsoft started talking to Ford CEO Alan Mulally about taking over for… Continue reading Mulally is definitely still talking to Microsoft
The title of the infographic itself is, “A Short History of Internet Milestones”. In reality, we have gone beyond the concept of a “short” history. Things move too quickly in the digital world to count anything measured in decades as short. The graphic itself, created by pkbibi, does a nice job of breaking down everything… Continue reading #Infographic: The history of the internet
The battle has been going on for months and we’re already growing sick of it. The upcoming releases of the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 has been up and down, left and right, and has been seen from every angle possible. The worst part is that nobody’s even played them yet. Imagine what it’s… Continue reading #Infographic: Yes, there’s already a PS4 vs Xbox One graphic
Here’s an interesting proposition: what if you could save a game that you’re playing on the upcoming Xbox One and then play it later on a PC? It’s actually possible thanks to Microsoft’s addiction to the cloud combined with the need for them to find a way to try to beat the PS4. Here’s a… Continue reading Can Xbox One crossover with PC gaming?
They have a new CEO being chosen right now. This is an extremely important time for Microsoft because they’re huge, they have a ton of revenue, and they have decisions to make in the near future to keep them amongst the elite tech companies. This infographic by MicrosoftTraining.net takes us from the start all the… Continue reading #Infographic: Microsoft’s history
There isn’t much time left. In April of next year, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP, the best operating system of its time. In Asia, the OS still accounts for over 1 in 4 computers. Take a look at the stats in this infographic from Visually.
There are entities in the world of technology that are out to get us. They want our data. They want to know our whereabouts. They want to limit the amount of internet we can access and they want to control which websites we can visit. They have billions of dollars they think they can protect… Continue reading Are we due for a technological revolt?
Microsoft Corp. is making its Xbox Music service available on Android and iOS devices to compete with Apple Inc.’s iTunes, Spotify Ltd. and Pandora Media Inc. The $9.99-a-month Xbox Music Pass, which provides unlimited, advertising-free streaming, can be used today for the first time on Apple iPhones and devices running Google Inc. Android software, Scott… Continue reading Microsoft’s new song: Xbox Music expands to Android, iOS devices
There’s a reason that companies like Apple and Microsoft have been in slumps over the last year or so. There hasn’t been anything to come out that has really impressed us. Sure, there are smartphones and smartwatches, tablets and glasses, but the wow factor hasn’t come along and smacked us on the face in quite… Continue reading Forget ‘smart’. I’m waiting for ‘brilliant’.