Nearly two years ago, we broke the news that Valve was working on its very own game console. The reasons weren't yet clear. We didn't yet know that the company wanted to throw off the shackles of Windows
When technology pioneer Alan Kay said “the best way to predict the future is to invent it,” he might as well have been talking about IBM, whose innovations include Silicon Germanium chips, relational and
French refurbishing company Lekki is now selling newly made-over and re-colored Nintendo 64 consoles bundled with a copy of Super Mario 64, created with second-hand systems that have since been put back
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Want to know what’s in Google’s secret sauce? Chief social evangelist Gopi Kallayil dishes out the tech giant’s success recipe. Ever wonder what makes the Google the holy grail of productivity and creativity?
How do innovative minds like Elon Musk and Steve Jobs come up with their groundbreaking ideas? Here’s five ways they think differently. Drawing parallels between Elon Musk and Steve Jobs is irresistible,
Weeks before launch, Microsoft shows off the Xbox One’s full interface and it will change the way you watch TV. The Xbox One has a trick that few non-gamers know about (and no, it’s not this trick.) The
As we head into the long Thanksgiving weekend, we would like to leave you with a few words of advice—more of a homily, really—from Kanye West, artist, father, and prophet. From Kanye, as quoted in the
The image you’re gazing at isn’t a white Xbox One, nor is it a redesigned PlayStation 4. Rather, it’s an early glimpse at one of the first retail Steam Machines from PC builder iBuyPower. And it’s shipping
It’s difficult and perhaps dangerous to make a big deal out of a smartphone these days. Can one phone change an industry? Save a company? Create a market? Perhaps that was true in the days just following
LG used to be cool. The Chocolate, En-V, and other phones were household names back when messaging phones and QWERTY keyboards ruled the world, and LG’s hit devices spawned multiple generations of imitators.
In this review of the Nexus 5, I will attempt to answer one simple question: is Google capable of making a flagship, best-in-class smartphone it can sell for $349 off-contract? And I don't just mean a