At Microsoft’s headquarters last week, they held an internal science fair that had companies buzzing about the headquarters to get a heads up on what is being produced by Microsoft. This internal science fair also gives researchers, scientists, and many other companies the chance to not only advertise the productsRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The LG KE850 an iPhone look a like is set to be released around March-April this phone although may not look as impressive as the iPhone is packed with several resembling features, and is still under development.Read More

Microsoft usually hosts the TechFest program to allow insiders and those working within Microsoft groups to take a look at some major goals of Microsoft when it comes to the area of research. Normally, the TechFest program is a big hit and is looked forward to by Microsoft employees asRead More

The Macintosh TV was Apple Computer’s first attempt at computer-television integration. It shared the external appearance of the Macintosh LC 500 series, but in black. The Macintosh TV was essentially a Performa 520 which could switch its built-in 14″ Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-readyRead More

Any new x86 server can run virtualization software, but Dell plans to release a model that’s geared specifically to those drawn to the newly mainstream computing trend, CNET News.com has learned. “You’re going to see us in the second part of this year going back to the virtualization trend,” saidRead More

I was browsing the other day and found an interesting article called “The Surprising Truth about Ugly Websites”. The article talks about a new trend in unattractive websites that are surprisingly popular and successful. Since I’m involved so much in web design, I’ve also noticed the trend. I’m not necessarilyRead More

Our first post on this site was about the future of filmmaking; specifically the digital revolution. You can read the article here. Now, there could be a new future to cinema and, you guessed it, it’s the internet. With the success of sites like YouTube and the Filmmakers page onRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. If you design websites (we do!), then this will probably help you out. A blogger on ThinkVitamin.com just posted an article about the four “golden rules” to web designing. They are as follows; Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, andRead More

As we’ve all seen, Google likes to play around with their logo every once in a while. They usually don’t alter the logo unless it’s a special event. But, recently, they made a “painted” logo in the style of Joan Miro, a Spanish surrealist artist. In making the logo, GoogleRead More

Here at Tech, we’ve talked a lot about robots and replacement robotic limbs. And, it seems everyday, robots seem less and less science fiction as they’re making their way more and more into our everyday lives. Just recently, news.com has had a special coverage on robots; some being tools andRead More

Just like the movies, photography has also been going digital. However, unlike the movies, the change has been much faster; most people already own a digital camera. But, although digital may save you a few pennies in the long run, overall, it’s very expensive. A good digital camera will costRead More

Ever since DVDs really got popular, people have been spending less and less time at the movie theater. For the past couple of years, box-office sales have been down and continuously declining. And it’s not only from DVDs anymore. There are many other things that contribute as well. But mostRead More

It seems that drive-in theater is making somewhat of a comeback. 20 new drive-in theaters have sprung up across the country during the past year. Now, the national total is a whopping 420. While that isn’t nearly the number it was back in the 1950’s when there were more thanRead More