Quick, go sign up before they come to their senses! Ok, so I can’t actually back that title up with any actual evidence, but when Microsoft pulls a Jack Napier and starts throwing money on the people of Gotham, you assume something is up. Regardless, they’re handing out free subscriptions to TechNet Plus – which…continue reading.
Microsoft has announced a brand new Xbox 360 peripheral, codenamed Project Natal. There’s no controller; Project Natal senses your body movements using a new kind of camera tech to sense depth and detect motion. Sound familiar? Unlike previous console cameras, Project Natal can read full-body motion, projecting complex body movements into a game. The additional…continue reading.
I had the chance to try Bing already, and I must say I am very surprised!! Bing is the rebranding of Live Search, but it is far from just a facelift. It is a whole new concept. Microsoft introduce Bing not as another search engine (Bing Is Not Google, BING!) but as a decision engine,…continue reading.
TechZulu has a treat for all you gamer fans out there. Four lucky winners will win a ticket to an invite only event being held during E3 by Digital Media Wire called the Nordic Game & Film Lounge June 2-3. Check out the site and see who you get to Rub elbows with by clicking…continue reading.
Intriguing, innovative, and unexpected. Miracle Whip. It sounds like a commercial for the white sandwich spread, but those are the first words that came into this journalist’s mind while playing with Kraft Foods Miracle Whip branded social networking application, Zingr. Trust me, I’m as surprised as you. Think of Zingr, which is still in…continue reading.
REDMOND, Wash. – May 26, 2009 – Microsoft Corp. today announced the evolution of Zune, the company’s end-to-end music and entertainment service, to a new platform and new markets. Zune will extend its video service to Xbox LIVE internationally this fall. This marks an important development in the Zune strategy and brings the Zune brand…continue reading.
(MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA) May 27, 2009 – Today Skyfire, the makers of the samename PC-like browser for mobile devices, is announcing the launch of its 1.0 version now available for free download at get.skyfire.com. Over one million consumers have installed and used the Skyfire browser in just under five months, making it the fastest…continue reading.
Chris “Broadway” Romero the creator of Thisis50.com and the 50 Cent Social Media Empire gives us some insight during the AlwaysOn OnHollywood Conference. Working with 50 and his commitment to the social media technology realm, Chris has brought a fresh and inexpensive spin to help promote 50 all over the web. Chris goes over…continue reading.
Google Reader users might salute the release of version 0.5 of Speed Reader, a Google Reader client for Windows Mobile Professional 5 and above, .NET Compact Framework v3.5 enabled. Quote from the release notes: V0.5 – May 17, 2009 -Implemented Mirabyte Touch UI for finger friendly lists and scrolling -Fixed bug where Google API token…continue reading.
Google Maps and its Street View project have pulled out one of the most basic of all forms of transport to bring the most detailed mapping and filming of storefronts, houses, people and streets … the tricycle. In order to get to those public places which cars cannot, like busy tourist areas and small…continue reading.