Microsoft’s VP of corporate communications has recently been carping about Windows 8 haters, and this is John C. Dvorak’s response.
3D technology has been slow to catch on thus far, but with rumours of an Amazon phone with 3D capabilities, that could change.
We’ve tried Google’s specs out, and the question is: Will they produce a world of anti-social zombie-like gadget fiends?
Is Ballmer still the right man to be at the helm of Microsoft? We ponder the pros and cons of the controversial and outspoken CEO.
Apple’s retail stores are starting to get stale, and they need a big new product to draw crowds in – like a large screen TV.
Is Glass a world class prank? The media has gushed over this supposed happenstance when really it's such an obvious publicity stunt.
A faster Office upgrade cycle might be warmly welcomed on the face of it, but it will mean messier code and more bugs.
Yahoo has seemingly blown it again, and is shutting down some of its useful services, leaving onlookers scratching their heads.
The new Headphone:X tech from DTS does a great job of creating a surround sound world for your headphones. Keep an ear out for it.
When (not if) Michael Dell gains total control of his firm with no worries about shareholders, he should consider a move into retail.
The allegations that Samsung paid stooges to post negative comments about HTC brings attention to the flaws of online review systems.
Perhaps Redmond should look in the mirror before it calls Apple’s iOS “boring,” and Google’s Android a “mess.”
Google’s spectacles are creepy, and they’re just another way for people to cocoon themselves in their own little world.
The big story at this year’s National Association of Broadcasters show was 4K displays, with some very impressive sets being shown off.
A larger Twitter following doesn't necessarily mean a tweeter has more clout, just that they might have a larger budget.
So an update for Windows is coming, and the next version will be Windows 8.1. But sadly, Microsoft is still focused on Metro...
With Windows Blue, Microsoft is moving further away from the practical desktop metaphor and closer to irrelevance.
When it comes to getting your Wi-Fi network to cover your entire house, a range extender can positively work wonders.
What Google has done in completely shutting down Reader will only create distrust among its users – and the company should know better.
Google has pulled the plug on its Reader service, citing declining usage as the reason – and other projects are sure to follow.
The European bodies which keep firing petty lawsuits at Google don't understand that the search engine is only helping them.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s comment that smartphones are “emasculating” seems to be the latest grab for Glass publicity.
The Yahoo CEO's latest edict is a ban on teleworking, despite the fact that she should be making Yahoo even more virtual, not less.
The rise of the popularity of rubbish smartphone cameras means that compact cameras will soon become collectibles.
Hotmail is being replaced by Outlook.com, and what a breath of fresh air the latter is. In fact, it’s a near-perfect email system.