Over the last few years, Microsoft has worked hard to transform itself from a software giant into a devices and services company. While some of
A couple days ago, Aaron wrote an interesting piece on how some new screen rotation features in dev builds of Chrome OS might indicate plans
Late last week, I received the email above from Sprint, encouraging me to “turn off roaming to avoid unexpected surprises” on my HTC EVO bill.
Apple has had its chain of retail stores instilling the magic of technology into its shoppers since the first stores opened in 2001. I personally
A couple weeks ago, I asked you – my dear readers – to please convince me not to get the Google Chromebook Pixel. Many of you told
As a child, I would thumb through the pages of The Giver with a dim book-light and my bed sheets over my head. My small fingers would
Maybe you’ve just picked up a Windows Phone, or maybe you’ve been using one since Microsoft launched the mobile operating system a few years back.
The world of technology is fast paced. We live on an exponential curve that moves at an ever increasing rate. At times, though, technology moves
Microsoft, along with a few other Google competitors that dub themselves “FairSearch Europe,” has launched a new attack against Europe in the EU, accusing Google
I don’t have a Facebook account. I had one a few years ago, but at some point, I just got tired of having my privacy