Losing the Blue Ocean

The portable gaming market has entered a volatile state compared to the past twenty years. The rise of easily viewable touchscreen phones has expanded the market for portable gaming, but has made mainstays such as Nintendo and Sony realize how threatened they are by this new development. iOS and Android devices have been growing at […]

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AMD FX Out Now! – World’s First 8 Core Processor – First Thoughts.

AMD Releases the world’s first 8 core processor, and we get into the nitty gritty details.

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Apple WWDC 2011 Preview

Though the WWDC is focused on software developers, Apple’s announcements always have an impact on their products and the the tech industry. This year, Apple is poised to focus on significant software upgrades, specifically OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5.

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Nerdpundit’s E3 Preview – Nintendo

E3 is almost here! Nerdpundit’s Markus takes a look at the big three press conferences, starting with Nintendo. What will the Big “N” bring to the show floor this year?

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Two Cents on a One Billion Dollar Issue

It has been about a month since Sony slipped into a gigantic mess surrounding their PlayStation Network service. After the functionality and security of their entire network was taken down in one fell swoop, one has to wonder: what is next for Sony? With 77 million users’ personal and financial information being compromised, this situation […]

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How do you feel about a public internet?

4chan founder Christopher Poole made an extremely rare public appearance at this years’ TED (technology, entertainment, design) expo. Some background: 4chan is a website where users can post anything they want anonymously. Content posted ranges from pornography to Rick Rolling. It is the birthplace of many internet jokes and gags. If you’re online more than […]

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Will the iPad Be Totally Bogus?

The iPad, we’ve all seen the videos (and if you haven’t watched them, go here and come back, I’ll wait), but what place does it have in the technology market. Some people are taking the e-reader angle, comparing it to the Nook and Kindle. To which people complain that the iPad is too large by […]

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Which Portable Market Will Apple’s Tablet Reign Within?

Apple has been everything but direct with information about their new tablet device up to this point. Later today, we will know everything we want to know about the mysterious device; but a few things have already been confirmed: it will use an operating system similar to the iPhone, and it may or may not […]

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Is USB music distribution a good idea?

The Beatles make a bold move by releasing their music onto a purchasable USB drive, yet still refrain from an online music store release.

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Which upgrade is more worthwhile: Windows 7 or Snow Leopard?

The battle between Microsoft and Apple wages forward, and it’s more intense than ever. On August 28th, 2009, Apple released the most recent version of OS X, Snow Leopard; advancing it up to version 10.6 of their kitty-cat themed operating system. Snow Leopard was released mainly as an upgrade and not an individual install, and […]

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WordPress for iPhone 2

If you’re a blogger and are usually mobile, you need to read this right now.

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Windows 7 A Success

After the epic failure of Windows Vista, pretty much anything would have been an improvement.  With talk of Windows 7, I have been skeptical of the positive chatter surrounding its release.  I have, however, had the opportunity to test Windows 7, and have only positive things to say about it

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