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?
When Nintendo came out with the Wii controller and remote, it was a dramatic change from the way that gamers had grown accustomed to interacting with their characters. It had two parts, took motion into account, and was either loved or hated depending on whether the user was able to master it or not. Xbox… Continue reading #Video: Steam controller demonstration makes other controllers look old
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
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
Up until now, Zynga has been a company that I have not paid much mind to. It’s not like it has a small audience, though; this social gaming company has done well in bringing users together in order to gamble real money, letting them scratch an itch that would otherwise be satisfied through an actual… Continue reading Can Zynga get a spark through Facebook?
If this is a sign of what gaming is coming to, then I’m very concerned about the next generation of consoles to hit the market. For those who have been keeping up with news regarding the Xbox One, you would know that its initial used games policies and DRM limitations have been revoked about a… Continue reading What do bizarre petitions say about gaming socially?
You probably don’t love everything that Microsoft has put out. In fact, a lot of people look at Microsoft as a completely out of touch company; however, they do still have some classic gems. Here are 4 Microsoft innovations that people actually like: 1. The Surface Tablet Ever since Apple launched the iPad in… Continue reading 4 Microsoft innovations that people actually like
It’s amazing what power in numbers can do, especially when it comes to the gaming world. For those of you who have been keeping track with the Xbox One, you will know that it wasn’t long ago that Microsoft announced that the previous DRM policies would be lifted, which was great news for those who… Continue reading Unlocking gaming regions through social media