Monthly Archives: August 2011

Google Chrome OS Review: Almost There, Ultrabook of the Future?

When I reviewed the Cr-48 and Google’s Chrome OS back in December of 2010, I was disappointed. It was a fantastic idea with endless potential. Google, the company that made Android and Docs, had finally come up with an operating

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Confirmed: Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary Will Have 3D Support

What with hurricanes, new CEOs, cheap tablets and legal problems cluttering the technology worlds, it’s sometimes nice to instead speak of the awesomeness that is the Halo CE remake. Sure, Sony has had 3D (and the 360 has supported 3D

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Happy 20th Birthday Linux

Although many people are unaware, besides Mac OS X and Windows 7, there is an existing alternative that’s both free and highly customizable. One such version is known as Ubuntu, another is Fedora. These countless operating systems are collectively known

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Editorial: Apple Without Steve Jobs

If you haven’t heard the news yet, it’s time you did. Steve Jobs stepped down from his position of CEO, and instead opted for a lesser title of Chairman of the Board. He didn’t die, and as far as we

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Meet Tim Cook, Apple’s new CEO

See that man next to Steven Paul Jobs, former CEO and future Chair of the board of Apple? That’s Tim Cook, and he’s Steve’s replacement. But just who the hell is this Tim Cook anyway? Maybe you’d like to know the

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Steve Jobs Officially Resigns as CEO of Apple, Tim Cook COO is Named as Successor

We all knew this day would arrive sooner or later. And honestly, we all know it’s for the better. Steve Jobs has reigned as CEO of Apple. However, he isn’t leaving guys! He’ll remain on the staff as chairman of

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Editorial: Where HP Went Wrong, Right, and How to Fix Things

On April 28, 2010, HP announced it would acquire Palm for $1.2 Billion. At this time, HP was doing great, but Palm was failing fast- their products were aging, and the new hardware and software wasn’t selling very well. At the same

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