With services like Netflix, Amazon.com, iTunes and Hulu(+), why would one need anything other than an Internet connection and a smart TV? For long, the answer has been sports: the big game ringleaders have been in bed with the cable/satellite companies deep for a long time. But, that could be about to change and for [...]
Wanting to finally take the plunge and start up the business you’ve been pondering? The types of businesses may seem confusing and difficult to grasp, but here’s a quick rundown of what they are to you (and which one you should consider based on your needs).
Recently on Slashdot, a new banner designed to get the attention of nerds everywhere features famed Linux kernel hacker Alan Cox (or an intended look-alike) displayed prominently shirtless.
Twitter is shooting itself in the foot: key bits of evidence, such as a blog post on the Twitter dev blog (linked below), the now-tarnished LinkedIn deal, the latest app/web updates and more all point to the same disturbing news. Twitter is making the same mistake that MySpace and Digg made before their services took [...]
For those not “in the know,” the DNSChanger virus has compromised thousands of computers over the years, and changed their DNS settings to point to rogue DNS servers – the addresses of which the FBI acquired and pointed to non-rogue “correction servers” – until now. It’s time to pull the plug on the servers, causing [...]
In what could be the biggest non-Obama bailout in history, strong evidence indicates that Apple may be very interested in buying out Yahoo! in the short term.
Honestly, this article is no shock to anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the past seven years: the former search giant Yahoo! is a completely dead company, with nearly no hold left in the market – Apple’s iOS ties remain the only life support. Let’s analyze the dead company further so we [...]
The Xbox 720 is nearing, along with the coincidental(?) release dates of Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface. With all three exhibiting the Metro interface and integrating cloud computing within their operation, it’s no surprise that Dave Cutler (of DEC VMS and Windows Azure fame) has joined the Xbox team to work on the 720 – [...]
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard of Greece’s issues lately within the European economy. But, every cloud has a silver lining, and just like Oscar Shindler profited off of World War II (before his philanthropic life-saving), you too can capitalize off of a European situation.