The new Xbox.com is here, complete with an dolly avatar editor. I’ve been playing around with it for a few minutes and it’s pretty neat. If you have time to check out the new Xbox.com — it took me like an hour to finally log in and it’s still kind of wonky — please let me know what you think!… continued
Double Fine’s Costume Quest is available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 today! If you have the dough, I recommend downloading the game on PlayStation Network or Xbox Live. Double Fine rules!… continued
At its “Back to the Mac” press conference, Apple unveiled new 11.6-inch and 13.3 inch MacBook Air laptops. Both models feature instant-on capabilities for super-fast boot-times and flash storage for zippy data access. The 2.3-pound 11.6-inch models feature 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo CPUs, while the 2.9-pound 13.3-inch models feature 1.86GHz CPUs. The smaller model has five hours of battery life, while the larger model has seven. Both models feature Nvidia 320M GPUs.
Here’s the price breakdown as per Apple’s press conference:
I’d have to get rid of my coffee table in order to use Kinect for Xbox 360. I kind of like my coffee table. It’s useful and handsome. It’s also heavy. I’d worry about my right knee giving out if I had to move the coffee table every time I…
After nearly a month of silence, Fake Steve Jobs is back with a hilarious rant on Google Android. As with most of the blog posts by Fake Steve, this one should not be missed. Here’s a clip:
To reiterate: We are way more popular than Android. In fact, Android is not that popular at all. From what our research tells us, hardly anyone is buying Android phones. I know — that’s not what you’re hearing from the so-called “independent” market research outfits. So ask yourself, why is that? How
Apple CEO Steve Jobs made a lot of noise with his comments during the company’s Q4 2010 earnings call. Google, RIM, and TweetDeck executives have refuted some of Jobs’ statements. The executive trash talking is getting good. Grab some popcorn and enjoy.
Did we at any point say it was a nightmare developing on Android? Errr nope, no we didn’t. It wasn’t.
We only have 2 guys developing on Android TweetDeck
Normally, I wouldn’t advise you to listen to an earnings call, but Apple CEO Steve Jobs made a rare appearance during Apple’s Q4 2010 results announcement. His presence made the call exponentially more entertaining. He blasted Android, blasted RIM and its BlackBerry platform, blasted seven-inch tablets, talked about sanding your fingers, and was his usually charming self. Click here to give it a listen (Jobs jumps in around the 15-minute mark). Here are some quotes from his Royal Worshipfulness Grandmaster High Steve.
On the “open” Google Android vs. the “closed” … continued