On Tuesday VMware unveiled its vCloud Hybrid Service, an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution meant to hinder Amazon’s expansion into the traditional enterprise market. Wikibon senior analyst Stu Miniman discussed the news in a recent interview with SiliconAngle’s Kristin Feledy. VMware first … Continue reading ?
Kim Dotcom, the Internet entrepreneur behind file-sharing service Megaupload and its successor, simply titled MEGA, has released a new single from his upcoming album today. Reports of a full-length studio... Keep reading ?
Once upon a time, John Doerr made a big bet on the Segway. And we all know how that worked. There’s a reason it feels like the only person still using one is Gob Bluth. “The Segway as an investment was a failure. No questions about it,” said Doerr during PandoMonthly in San Francisco. “I made some pretty bold...
Music is what started it all for the modern Apple with the iPod back in 2001. Today, the consumer electronics giant released a new video, posted on YouTube, entitled ‘Music Every Day.” In it, beautiful piano music soars over images of people listening to music while exercising, traveling, dancing, connecting, sharing, going to school, and [...]Show More Summary
Apple started running a new iPhone ad this evening called 'Music Every Day', the second in a series that launched last month with a spot entitled 'Photos Every Day'. Both ads in the campaign focus on people actually using the phone,Show More Summary
Apple has just posted a new iPhone 5 ad to their YouTube channel, detailing many of the ways people use their iPhone to listen to music. The ad is reminiscent of the “Photos Every Day” ad that debuted a few weeks ago. Like the previous photo-centric commercial, this ad is mostly void of a voiceover, […]
No longer just an oddly flavored potato chip, the Limon is also a new sexy-time vibrator from a startup called Minna. The company is looking for backers for its "couples' vibrator", which just so happens to look like a pink lime-lemon hybrid. Show More Summary
You smash down into the outside of an airport. There are a swarm of yellow baddies attacking the place. J.A.R.V.I.S. tells you to get going while you can. You touch a button on your suit. You’re flying through the air. This is how Iron Man 3 [Free] begins, the iOS game based on the $1B [...]
You might think that Nintendo, beleaguered by falling revenues, minuscule profit and the almost-but-not-quite-failed launch of the Wii U, already has enough problems to worry about. And you would be wrong, as Nintendo itself set outShow More Summary
Betting is nearly as old as human civilization itself, as demonstrated by writings and artifacts found in ancient tombs and other archaeological sites. It’s not surprising then, that with the emergence of casual social and mobile gaming, players have gravitated toward putting money on the line wherever possible. Show More Summary
Appearances can be deceiving. In the App Store, Mosaique [$0.99] looks like it might be a generic block-pusher game, or some sort of warped Tetris clone. The truth is that developer Winning Blimp uses these familiar aesthetics to create something altogether completely different. In Mosaique, Colored squares assemble onscreen in a seemingly random pattern, and [...]
HTML5 is built to be the common language on the web, irrespective of the OS or the device that displays it. Apps created in HTML5 are readily available for use across multiple environments and devices, both online and on the … Continue reading ?
Apple’s got a porn problem. Xbox? Huge porn problem. Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest? Just three giant porn problems, basically. And with a name like Wii, you know it’s got a porn problem. And the biggest porn problem of all? Tumblr, of course. But now that’s...
I woke up to some very exciting and unexpected news today as HyperDevbox Japan has announced that ExZeus 2 is in the works and is heading to the App Store soon. If you aren't familiar (and I won't blame you if you aren't), the original ExZeus [$2.99] was a somewhat obscure arcade game that came [...]
There's something wonderful about watching things blow up in sparkly, colorful explosions. You might even have your own little display over the holiday weekend. But this explosive timelapse video of the massive annual International Fireworks Competition in Da Nang, Vietnam will make your backyard show look puny by comparison. Read more...
For the greater web, usability is no longer a debate. The Web 2.0 manifesto argued for a rich user experience, and now the need to provide the best possible user interface has reached a consensus across the Internet. With an … Continue reading ?
Earlier this month, EA soft-launched a new version of the iconic block-clearing game Tetris in the Canadian App Store, called Tetris Blitz [Free], and we took the title for a spin in a TA Plays video to see what it was all about. Basically, it's the Tetris block-dropping-and-clearing that we all know and love, but [...]
On the Daily Show last night, Jon Stewart covered, in typically hilarious fashion, Apple's recent trip to Washington D.C. to defend its tax practices. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political...Show More Summary
Posted by SteKenwright This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the viewsShow More Summary
In my blog, "Are Your Ill-Informed Policies Widening The Digital Divide?", I encouraged CIOs to enable online social networking in schools as a way to...