Rebecca Minkoff Makes Selfies the Focus of Its Marketing

When you think of handbags and fashion, you don't typically think of technology, but that's exactly what Uri Minkoff, CEO of Rebecca Minkoff, thinks about.  Originally the founder of a software company, Uri thinks of ways he can utilize technology to enhance the brand, particularly through social media.  As a … [Read more...]

No Fooling: Microsoft to Talk Windows 9 at This Week’s Build Conference?

Despite the fact that today is April 1, to the best of my knowledge, this is not a joke. A post on ZDNet today reports that at this week’s Build conference in San Francisco, Microsoft may give us some details regarding the next iteration of its flagship OS. That’s right, it sounds like we might get a glimpse … [Read more...]

Target’s Offering Major Video Game Deals April 6-12

Looking to add to your video game collection? From April 6 through April 12, Target will make it pretty cost-effective for you to do so. The retailer plans to offer a Buy 2, Get 1 Free deal on "over a thousand titles across all game systems." You can check out the circular ad to the right. Indeed, there … [Read more...]

Google+ Adds View Counts for Profiles, Posts and Images

Think your Google+ page isn't getting much action? Google is hoping to prove you wrong by adding view counters to its profiles, posts, and pages. Then you can at least see that people are looking at your content on the social network, even if they may not be interacting with it. The counters, first … [Read more...]

Doom Creator & Oculus CTO John Carmack Seems Okay with Working for Facebook Now

Less than a week ago, Facebook stunned the tech world by spending $2 billion to acquire virtual reality start-up Oculus, and the company’s in-development headset, the Rift. The backlash among former Oculus fans was swift and immediate, pretty perfectly encapsulated by the just-as-sudden announcement of Marcus … [Read more...]

CyberSecurity Shortage Threatens Rapid Tech Boom

With the rapid development of technology and the increased connectivity of all things, aka, the Internet of things, one area that is falling drastically behind is cybersecurity.  In fact, there is shortage of nearly one million skilled security professionals worldwide, according to Cisco’s 2014 Annual … [Read more...]

Gmail Overhauled Today with Shelfie Support

As part of its annual April 1st overhual, Gmail has been updated with some hot new features everyone has been waiting for. Above all, though, Google’s free-to-use email service now allows you to share those oh-so-loved selfies of yours with the masses, in the form of shelfies. That’s right, all of those … [Read more...]

Xbox ‘Games with Gold’ for April: ‘Hitman: Absolution’ and ‘Deadlight’

With April 1 fast approaching, Microsoft's Major Nelson has revealed the next two games in the "Games with Gold" program: Hitman: Absolution and Deadlight. The two games stay true to the recent Microsoft formula: an Xbox 360 title paired with an Xbox Live Arcade Game. Hitman: Absolution is a 2012 action … [Read more...]

BlackBerry Successfully Stops Sales of Typo iPhone Case With Injunction

Nearly four months after filing a lawsuit against Typo, the company funded in part by television personality Ryan Seacrest, for patent infringement, BlackBerry has managed to secure an injunction successfully stopping the sale of Typo's one and only product currently on the market, the iPhone case of the same … [Read more...]

T-Mobile Discontinues Employee Discounts

T-Mobile is dead set on making itself out as a maverick in the stuck in its ways wireless carrier industry, and today the guys in pink (or is it magenta?) have announced on the official T-Mobile company blog anther big change in the way they do business - the discontinuation of the employee discount. For … [Read more...]

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