The rumors were spot on. Nintendo confirmed in its latest earnings report that it’ll launch a new home video game system in 2012, and will show it off at this year’s E3 trade show. As for details, there are none.
In the wake of that Mac vs. PC infographic we showed you yesterday, there’s a lot of discussion going on here about the value and virtues of each platform against the other. To augment our discussion, we could use a panel of experts.
As Amazon’s web services outage passed its third day, the debate on the future of cloud computing is under way. The outage is costing web sites such as Reddit and Quora considerable losses as users turn elsewhere to get their social media needs met.
This Q&A with Survivor host Jeff Probst was conducted by guest writer Narendra Rocherolle, CEO of The Start Project. He and his partners hold the curious distinction of selling their company, Webshots, twice.
Yahoo announced today that it has purchased Palo Alto-based IntoNow, the television content identification platform and iOS application. When we wrote about Yahoo's new direction with Internet TV in January, we praised it as a paradigm shift.
Even before last week's revelations that iPhones and Androids are tracking users' locations, there have been increasing concerns about what sorts of data smartphones and smartphone apps are collecting.
The much buzzed-about smartphone app Color — which announced in March a $41 million funding round — is expanding its reach even further into the entertainment realm at the Sweetlife Festival in Maryland on May 1.
If you’re an early stage venture capitalist or angel investor there is no time like the present to declare a bubble, say valuations are out of control and predict the demise of the tech industry in the very near future.
In an infographic that’s bound to cause arguments and perhaps fistfights, researchers at Hunch placed data from about 700,000 of its website visitors onto a deep illustration that shows just how different users of Macs and PCs are.