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Backwards compatibility a backwards notion, Xbox head says

Investing in backwards compatibility for Xbox One is a "backwards" notion, according to Don Mattrick, president of Microsoft's Interactive …

Wall Street

Xbox One, Achievements, Gold memberships, Anamanaguchi: Speed Run

We burned the midnight oil digging up more info on Xbox One and have additional details on Achievements, Xbox Live Gold memberships, media transfers, pause functions and more. Our latest episode of Human Angle is all about indie rock band Anamanaguchi.<p>Xbox One: All the news from Microsoft's …

Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger Review

Developer Techland took a risk with their last Call of Juarez title, and it didn’t work out. The Cartel abandoned the Wild West setting of previous …

Why Amazon Wants To Make You Pay Sales Tax

Our days of sales-taxless, free-love internet revelry may be numbered. Thursday afternoon, the Senate voted to open the floor to a bill that could …

eCommerce

Microsoft shows behind-the-scenes design of its Xbox One game controller

<i>For more on the Xbox One reveal, check out our complete coverage.</i><p>Click. Click. Click. Click. That was the sound we heard as we went inside the previously secret lab where Microsoft is testing game controllers for the Xbox One game console. It’s the sound of a robot pushing a controller four to five …

How Sony and Nintendo can battle the Xbox One

Will Microsoft run away with the next generation of home gaming, or do Sony (and even Nintendo) have a fighting chance?<p>Microsoft's Xbox One is out of the bag, and the next-gen console war's in full swing. So what happens next? Truthfully, the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U are still big boxes …

Profit

Acer Aspire R7 review: An experimental laptop that both hits and misses - CNET

MSRP: $999.99<p><b>The Good</b> The <b>Acer Aspire R7</b> offers an inventive and very flexible design at a reasonable price, with a full-HD display.<p><b>The Bad</b> Some of the design risks, including a misplaced touch pad and an awkward tablet mode, make the R7 a hassle to use.<p><b>The Bottom Line</b> Acer deserves credit for …

Consumer Tech

Ethernet celebrates 40 years

Invented by Bob Metcalfe, the Ethernet laid the foundation for the modern-day Internet and global connectivity.<p>Most people probably associate Ethernet with a simple cable cinched with phone-like jacks. But, Ethernet is so much more.<p>It is the foundation for global Internet access and undoubtedly the …

Internet of Things

Microsoft recruits Siri to bad-mouth the iPad in new Windows 8 tablet ad

Whatever era you call it, post-PC or simply PC plus, the Mac vs. PC war has ignited once again today. In a fresh Windows 8 ad, Microsoft is directly attacking Apple's iPad on price, an approach it took during the early Vista days with low-priced laptops. It's also doing it in a way that parodies …

Samsung announces Galaxy S 4 sales of 10 million, new colors coming this summer (video)

Just as CEO JK Shin predicted, Samsung has announced its new Galaxy S 4 topped 10 million units sold in record time. That beats the 50 days it took the Galaxy S III to sell that many, a mark it took 5 months for the Galaxy S II to pass and 7 months for the original Galaxy S. Samsung has been able …

Microsoft updates YouTube Windows Phone app on the day Google demanded it be removed

Microsoft is updating its Windows Phone YouTube app today. In a statement to <i>The Verge,</i> the company says it's making some changes to address concerns from Google. "Microsoft updated the Windows Phone YouTube app to address the restricted video and offline video access concerns voiced by Google last …

HTC Can’t Stanch The Flow Of Departing Senior Talent As Internal Turmoil Prevails

A brain drain at a big tech company is never a good thing, and when a lot of that departing talent consists of high-level execs moving on in rapid succession it’s bound to look like curtains to outside observers. That appears to be the case at HTC, which is losing a lot of senior execs according to …