In a charming interview with Forbes Magazine, Microsoft’s Craig Mundie discussed future products at Microsot, including the success and plans for the Kinect as well as their mesa para computación, the Surface.
The iPod dock by the name of XtremeMac Tango TRX has been out for some time now, having been first announced all the way back in 2010, but it’s no worse for wear with the 2011 holiday season rapidly approaching, and since we’ve never had a look at it before and there’s a brand new
It’s not looking good for AT&T/T-Mobile. After the FCC began moving toward giving the deal an official thumbs-down, AT&T formally wi…
The United States Patent and Trademark Office put together something special this month for a new exhibit honoring Steve Jobs and the influence he’s had. The row of iPhone-like monoliths you see above is now in the atrium of the agency’s offices in Alexandria, Virginia (also home to the National Inventors
A Facebook spam attack has just hit the Facebook Help Center’s Community Forum, flooding it with fake messages about livestreaming American football games. The spam appears to have come from compromised Facebook accounts, according to reports from Sophos. The suspicious activity was first reported by
ScottEVest makes clothes for use geeks. They have lots of pocketses, plenty of acceptable style, and you can amaze people by stuffing a water bottle and laptop out of one of their coats with room to spare.
More and more mobile game developers are learning that their titles have to reach across playforms if they want to bring everyone in on the fun. With…
AT&T’s bid to purchase T-Mobile for $39 billion has collapsed following reports that the FCC was requesting an administrative hearing regarding the deal. In a pre-emptive move, AT&T withdrew its T-Mobile proposal from the FCC and added the $4 billion breakup charge to its Q4 2011 finances. However,
We’re not saying much, but a little bird told us about this travesty months and months ago. Now, it seems that Cricket is ready to act on its plans, and well, here’s the ZTE Chorus. It’s certainly a handsome device, but sadly, there’s not a whole lot going on underneath the hood. It combines a 3.2-inch
A new and more detailed image of the HTC Ville has surfaced today, revealing what may be HTC’s thinnest smartphone yet. The device is said to measure in at less than 8mm thin and will sport Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, powered by a dual-core processor. It was first revealed earlier this month