Editorials (445)

Anon has something of a reputation (like you did not know that). Its reputation is often enough to put fear into people or corporations. So when Anonymous put out a call on their IRC channel targeting PayPal and asking for…
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 19:42

Is Netflix out of touch?

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We have heard that Netflix is changing their pricing in September. We suspected as much after they screwed up their authorization algorithm a few weeks before and kicked all of the Media Center PCs and a few Boxiees out for…
Yesterday we were sent a link to some interesting news about a nation-wide crackdown on suspected Anon members. This even included a “hacker” that is fairly close to where I live. The total number of people that were collared was…
Thursday, 07 April 2011 21:48

Sometimes, size does matter Featured

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While working on my latest round of reviews (making a few calls etc.) I stumbled upon the one thing that could hurt the burgeoning slate market. It was not some great epiphany nor is this hard to spot. This biggest…
Friday, 04 February 2011 19:12

Dating Apple Featured

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In business it is often said that you need to have a thick skin to survive.  Now that may be true when you are dealing with vendors, manufacturers and even consumers but for your products sometimes thin is better.  We…
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 09:50

What's in a name? Featured

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William Shakespeare once wrote, “A Rose by any other name would smell just as sweet”.  Now this is a very true statement but it does not apply to marketing and the human perception of brand recognition. The global PR machine…
Wednesday, 18 August 2010 11:18

Apple Manager Arrested; A sign of things to come? Featured

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Have you ever wondered how Apple does it? I mean how they really get the best information. Those low prices and just seem to be on top of things so well. Many have said that Steve Jobs just has his…
Thursday, 05 August 2010 09:29

WiMax, LTE-Advnaced. Does it really matter? Featured

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Recently there was an announcement that Intel is pulling out of WiMax in Taiwan. Now, this is pretty big news as Intel was one of the major proponents of WiMax and was in alliance with more than a few companies…
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 09:14

We talk to AMD about their new Market Share Lead Featured

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Recently we talked to you about AMD and their reaction to the GTX 460 as well as a PR Spin e-mail that we received. At the time we were invited to speak with AMD about their newly gained market share.…
We bought an iPad 16GB WiFi edition a couple of days (two to be exact) after the launch.  We had quite a bit of fun and frustration playing with and testing the iPad. As many of you read in my…
Tuesday, 13 July 2010 08:31

The return of the Via Mini-ITX

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Not that long ago DFI sent me an interesting little board. This was their Mini-ITX  P55 LanParty board. Unfortunately, it died during testing (a choke blew up, literally blew up) but it was only the first of many that would…
Thursday, 08 July 2010 21:10

Who is Apple Kidding?

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Not too long ago I jokingly commented that Steve Jobs was drinking his own Kool-Aid.  I did this in a “Tony Montana” voice just like in the movie Scarface. There is always a danger for companies, actors, even journalists when…
Thursday, 08 July 2010 20:57

Is Tegra 2 Too late?

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  Last year just before the launch of the Tega SoC inside the Zune HD player from MS, we all were treated to something unusual. The Green PR Machine from nVidia decided to show us a roadmap for future products.…
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