Microsoft enables Android and iOS users to... →
neunetz: “By visiting http://aka.ms/wpdemo on one’s iOS or Android browser, you’ll be immediately tunneled into a emulation of Windows Phone 7.”
DM2 Studios Blog: Xbox 360 shatters its own sales... →
dm2studios: via digitaltrends.com The Xbox 360 sold more units last week than any other week in its six year history. Retailers and manufacturers around the world are likely breathing a sigh of relief before going off to count their new piles of cash that are hopefully being delivered in…
In Their Own Words: What Steve Jobs And Bill Gates... →
ferbuer: “Each one thought he was smarter than the other one, but Steve generally treated Bill as someone who was slightly inferior, especially in matters of taste and style”.
AMD no longer competing with Intel.
In a move than could very well be interpreted as exchanging one problem for another, Advanced Micro Devices has decided to stop focusing so much on the PC business and get its act closer together on the mobile front.
Still Don’t Get Social Media? Here’s What To Do...
dm2studios: via openforum.com Do you stay quiet on social media because if you admit that you don’t get it, social media experts look at you like you have three heads? You are not alone.
HP Printer's Exploding - Story Overblown →
brianburgesstech: I think the claim of exploding printers from the Columbia University students that hackers can explode an HP printer have been exaggerated. They were only able to overheat the printer. Not make it explode…it’s more of a smoldering smoke. Also, since 2009, HP Printers require digitally signed firmware. There’s also a mechanism in the printer to shutdown when it gets too...
How To Turn Your Tablet into Productivity →
knobank: Some tips on improving your productivity through your tablet.
Prepare Your Smartphone and Laptop Travel Toolkit →
knobank: Tips on what to do before you embark on your latest journey.
Anarchy, Berettas, Computers: I've gone over a few... →
agoristmike: Some of it is probably lost on some folks, and that’ll happen. But it occurs to me that there’s some common sense stuff you can do to keep your computer a little safer. (Especially) if you’re on windows, make sure you’re running an anti-virus program, avg and avast are some popular ones…