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Author Archives: Chris
Details are still scarce, but Verizon and Redbox are launching a service for subscribers that will allow for streaming or renting of physical media. It will be interesting to see if they can beat the current Netflix pricing.
Looks like it’s finally happening…
After the recent shutdown of the popular site Megaupload, it appears that several sites that allowed individuals to upload files to share across the internet are stopping the ability to share the files. Some of the sites include FileSonic, FileServe, … Continue reading
Europe is considering a sweeping new law that would force Internet companies like Amazon.com and Facebook to obtain explicit consent from consumers about the use of their personal data, delete that data forever at the consumer’s request and face fines … Continue reading
Not quite “Garageband for textbooks,” but still interesting..
It appears that bookseller giant Barnes & Noble isn’t doing quite as well as it originally thought it would this year.. The nation’s largest bookstore chain warned Thursday it would lose twice as much money this fiscal year as it … Continue reading
After using the Xbox 360 Dashboard update for a month, Chris tells a little bit of the good and the bad. With this update Microsoft has made it all about the Metro Continue reading
Gym-Pact is a new iPhone app that will fine users if they do not go to the gym when they say they are going to. The user tells Gym-Pact how often he/she is going to go to the gym and … Continue reading
BBC has released a unique blog post on how they designed the iPlayer. It is interesting to see how this app came to be and all of the design and thought processes behind it. **The new iPlayer is currently not … Continue reading
Apple’s Developer Portal will shutdown for the holidays on Thursday. Developers will not have any new apps accepted into the App Store for 8 days. Every year since the App Store opened this occurs and causes developer to scramble. As … Continue reading
It appears the folks at Microsoft even see the value in creating games for the mobile platform. Today Microsoft released its first iOS game. If you’re Nintendo, I’d suggest you take note…
Well… another interesting turn in the life of webOS. It looks like HP is going to take it open source.
Interesting look into the flexible, transparent display Samsung is said to be releasing in 2012. (Includes Video)
The FCC has accepted a request by AT&T to withdrawal it’s bid for T-Mobile. Alongside this acceptance, the FCC released a 109 page document discussing many of the problems with the proposed merger.
According to the WSJ Facebook is targeting its IPO for some time between April and June of 2012. The company is hoping to be valued over $100 billion.
It seems as though the popular game maker, Zynga, has a relatively tough, strenuous, corporate culture to it. Many employees have complained that their is little room for creativity and employees must work long hours. With the I.P.O. fast approaching, … Continue reading
Apparently the failings of Apple and Google to successfully create a TV solution that does not involve set-top boxes and cable providers isn’t stopping Sony from giving it a go. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sony is attempting … Continue reading
As discussed in our most recent podcast, the future of gaming is in mobile devices. iOS and Android now account for 60% of gaming revenue, further driving home our point that Nintendo might need to take a closer look at … Continue reading
The F.C.C. is billing the initiative as the biggest effort ever to help close the digital divide. Because no federal funds are being invested, the initiative relies in large part on the cooperation of private companies. One such company, Comcast, … Continue reading
This morning, Barnes and Noble announced it is launching the Nook Tablet (different from the Nook Color). The device looks virtually identical to the Nook Color, but has slightly better specs. The tablet will cost $50 more than Amazon’s recently … Continue reading
We have discussed 3D movies and television in various podcasts and given our take on it. USA Today recently interviewed James Cameron asking his opinion on the current state of 3D.
Well it seems that HP has realized that killing of its PC division may not have been the best idea. Today they announced plans to keep the PC division alive.
According to the WSJ Apple has been beaten by Samsung this quarter for top smartphone vendor. It reported that Samsung shipped more than 20 million smartphones this quarter.
It looks like there is a trojan that can now disable the automatic updating process for Apple’s anti-malware application. Hopefully a security update will available soon to fix the issue.
Apple’s Q4 earning fell short of expectations for the first time in a while. Net profits are still up $2.32 Billion from this time last year. Another interesting note is that the iPod is down 27 percent from last year.