Microsoft is set to reveal the newest iteration of its Xbox gaming console on Tuesday. With expectations running high for the event, Microsoft has made the stream available to watch in several places.
One of Tumblr's earliest investors, venture capitalist Fred Wilson, says the Yahoo deal will lead to an influx of advertising on the platform and bring it to the level of Facebook and Yahoo in advertisers' minds.
The "Xbox: A New Generation Revealed" event — where Microsoft will show off an upgraded Xbox console, games and other gems, will be aired live May 21 on Spike TV as a commercial-free, one-hour broadcast sandwiched between a pre and post show
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"Microsoft is set to redefine the home entertainment experience,” Jon Slusser, senior vice president of Spike's sports and multiplatform programming, said in a statement.
One of the most devastating tornados in U.S. history tore through Oklahoma City Monday, wreaking considerable damage to the suburb of Moore.
Forget Jambox. It's officially been replaced, at least in my mind, by the Ultimate Ears Boom: A portable wireless speaker that sounds almost as good as a much larger home system.
Going to the movies is an expensive pastime, especially if you're a frequent visitorMoviePass, a service that launched late last year, is trying to ease the financial burden for film buffs by charging them a single monthly fee — typically around $30 — to watch up to one 2D movie in theater per day
Still in beta, the service has had a wait list ranging from a few days to a few weeks since its launch last year.
Did you hear that YouTube has hit the impressive milestone of one billion visitors a month? What the video-sharing site didn't reveal, however, is how many of those visitors are actually human
We have found evidence of increasingly-addicted dogs turning to YouTube to watch footage of their fellow four-legged friends
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Take a look through our amusing selection of confused canines in the video gallery above.
Google will retire its payment processing service, Google Checkout, on November 20, 2013, as part of a transition to its multi-platform payment system — Google Wallet
Checkout was launched in June 2006, as an alternative to PayPal.
Wired is debuting a new look for its June issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday. The magazine has been completely made over by Scott Dadich, who before being named editor-in-chief last November worked as creative director of Wired from 2006 to 2010.
Who knows security better than a thief?
Romanian computer expert Valentin Boanta used to supply thieves with the skimmers they used to gather information to create fake bank cards and then steal cash from ATMs.