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If Steve Jobs Were Still Alive, Apple Wouldn’t Need To Apologize For Maps – Because It Would Actually Work

If Steve Jobs Were Still Alive, Apple Wouldn’t Need To Apologize For Maps – Because It Would Actually Work

Michael Convente September 28, 2012 0

Has Apple officially jumped the shark?  That’s the question I’m asking this morning after reading that Apple CEO Tim Cook posted an open letter on Apple’s website apologizing for Maps, which by all accounts has

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Apple’s iOS 6 Launches This Afternoon

Apple’s iOS 6 Launches This Afternoon

Michael Convente September 19, 2012 0

According to a leaked image posted on Twitter, Apple plans to release iOS 6 – the latest version of its mobile operating system – this afternoon at 1:00pm EST.  The image lists numerous major

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Nintendo Fans Rejoice: Wii U Prices And Dates Are Here

Nintendo Fans Rejoice: Wii U Prices And Dates Are Here

Seung Lee September 13, 2012 0

Apple isn’t the only company making a huge announcement this week. In a press conference earlier today, Nintendo revealed the pricing and release dates for the upcoming Wii U console in the following areas:

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Apple Unveils iPhone 5

Apple Unveils iPhone 5

Michael Convente September 12, 2012 0

It’s finally here.  Today, Apple unveiled its newest version of the iPhone, this time called the iPhone 5.  Unlike its immediate predecessor (the iPhone 4GS), which was more or less an upgraded version of

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Dropbox Experiencing Breaks In Service

Dropbox Experiencing Breaks In Service

Michael Convente August 21, 2012 0

Some breaking news from our friends over at TechCrunch.  It appears that the cloud file service Dropbox has been experiencing significant issues the past few hours, particularly extremely slow load times and inaccessible files.

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Google Opens Google Fiber Registration: Gigabit and Free Conventional Internet for the Masses

Google Opens Google Fiber Registration: Gigabit and Free Conventional Internet for the Masses

Patrick Nosker July 26, 2012 0

Google unwrapped their Fiber deployment site today at Google Fiber. Inside you can pre-register if you’re a Kansas City resident and sign up for deployment details if you live elsewhere. The most interesting aspect

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Robert Bowling And Ouya Team Up

Robert Bowling And Ouya Team Up

Seung Lee July 26, 2012 0

The Android-powered $99 game console that managed to attract attention from the masses, and pass its $950,000 Kickstarter goal, the Ouya, hasn’t had too many games announced for it. That is, until recently, when former

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Google Executive Marissa Mayer Will Be Yahoo’s New CEO

Google Executive Marissa Mayer Will Be Yahoo’s New CEO

Michael Convente July 16, 2012 0

We have some breaking news out of Silicon Valley this afternoon.  Embattled internet company Yahoo! has named Marissa Mayer, a 13-year employee of rival Google, as their new Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Mayer, at 37,

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Nokia to Cut Lumia 900 Price to $50

Nokia to Cut Lumia 900 Price to $50

Michael Convente July 16, 2012 0

Nokia made a big splash at CES 2012 with the launch of their first U.S. smartphone, the Lumia 900.  A massive media campaign of television commercials ensued – and they actually happened to be quite

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Wii U’s GamePad and Fighting Games Apparently Don’t Go Together

Wii U’s GamePad and Fighting Games Apparently Don’t Go Together

Seung Lee July 12, 2012 0

Nintendo’s upcoming console, the Wii U hasn’t been discussed too much lately. The producer of the popular fighting game franchise Tekken, Katsuhiro Harada however has said in a magazine interview with Eurogamer that the

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