We took some timeout with Amir Rahimi Senior Producer of Electronic Arts Casual Studios to talk about the video game industry and the collaboration with Hollywood. In 2005 Electronic Arts and Steven Spielberg signed a deal in which he collaborates on 3 intellectual property video game ideas and works with Amir’s teams. One of the…continue reading.
Curating the Web with Pearltrees Pearltrees – Patrice Lamonthe, CEO The office is located in a historic area of Paris that is experiencing an information revolution. Why would you organize the Web? One single word: creation. Similar to blogging. We are not a passive community. It’s about building something. It touches the same…continue reading.
This coming weekend December 5 and 6 TechZulu will be live streaming the Humanity+ Summit. The H+ Summit (Organized by Humanity +) is a two day, interactive event that will explore how humanity will be radically changed by technology in the future. Over 30 visionary speakers will explore how to enhance your body, mind, life,…continue reading.
This coming Friday December 4, 2009 TechZulu will be streaming live from the Biopolitics of Popular Culture Seminar. Join us as we explore and discuss popular culture’s tropes and cliches that shape our debates about emerging technologies. Description from site below: “Our most transcendent expectations for technology come from pop culture, and the most common…continue reading.
Everyone today is talking about cloud computing and putting everything in the cloud. However, have you ever wondered what the cloud actually looks like? Have you been able to touch? Well we have thanks to the Microsoft PDC09 event, and now you get to as well (well see what it looks like, not actually touch…continue reading.
It is that time of the year again! A gathering of friends and family from all over the Southern California tech communities. Coming together to discuss all the latest technology and gadgetry to hit 2009. The annual Digital Family Reunion Holiday party is coming up this Wednesday December 2 at Wokcano Restaurant. DFR ’09 will…continue reading.
Guest post by Jim Alden @TechFrog Everything is about compromise right? There is no perfect situation in any aspect of life. Want an iPhone and the plethora of apps it offers? You must put a ring on the finger of AT&T. Want to be on another network? Fine, but you’ll have no access to that…continue reading.
By now all the super Black Friday shoppers are just finishing up and now beginning to go into an unboxing rage. Why let this great experience go to waste and have no one rise their fist in anger because you were the guy who got the last $300 HDTV. Let yourself be known and show…continue reading.
In the last week, Seesmic released three new apps to much Internet fanfare: a native app for Windows (Seesmic for Windows), an app for Blackberry (Seesmic for Blackberry), and Seesmic for Android (guess the OS). As a self-proclaimed evangelist for the company’s software, I leaped at the opportunity to use the new Twitter tools. Unfortunately,…continue reading.