Have you ever seen those Visa commercials where everyone’s in line in a store; paying with Visa cards; moving along fine until some bungler decides to pay with cash? Cash?! What sort of idiot still uses such outdated and slow … oh wait, in the real world, paying with cash is normally even faster than paying with a credit card. And in the real world, both methods are so efficient that there’s really no problem.read more
Sony has always offered a great assortment of quality products that range from laptops, cameras, television sets, and sound systems. However, none of these product lines have impacted Sony the way the PlayStation has. The first ever PlayStation that was introduced in 1993 was bought 100 million times over the course of 9 years. Eventually, Sony saw that the gaming industry needed more, and rightfully so, Sony created the PlayStation Portable which has now given birth to the PlayStation Vita. Although the PlayStation Vita seems to be a great device, consumers are still left wanting something more. So just what what is Sony missing?read more
Skype has announced a new update for Android devices adding support for an additional 14 Android devices which brings the total number of Android devices supported by Skype to 41. Skype has also announced that its app will be available by default on several Motorola Devices including the Atrix 2.5 and Xoom 2.5.
Some of the other features included in the update are the ability to switch between portrait and landscape modes during video calls, and zoom in with a simple double tap on the screen as well as additional support for Bluetooth headsets.read more
Samsung has made it very clear that they have no interest in purchasing either HP’s PC Business or anything to do with webOS. A quote from Samsung’s CEO Friday explains their reasoning;
“The South Korean company will “never” pursue such a deal, Chief Executive Officer Choi Gee Sung said in Berlin, where he’s attending the IFA consumer electronics fair. The comment, made to reporters in response to questions about analysts’ speculation of a possible purchase, was confirmed by Nam Ki Yung, a spokesman for Samsung in Seoul.
In a stunning move, the U.S. Justice Department sued to block AT&T Inc. from their $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA Inc. claiming the deal with “substantially lessen competition” in the wireless market. The Government claims that the merger would violent U.S. anti-trust law and asked courts to order a blocking implementation of the deal.read more