Tag: game

Feb 01 2016

Will PC Games Make A Comeback?

Back in mid-2015, there is an article about PC games making a comeback. In my opinion, PC gaming has taken a big hit since the entrance of the gaming consoles. Gaming consoles take the headaches of having to learn anything technical to make something happen. If your PC gamer, a diehard PC gamer, not only …

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Jan 28 2016

Stream Super Bowl 50 Live with ROKU and CBS

If you’re a ‘cord cutter’ that likes the NFL, or a person who loves streaming content, you already know that there’s not a solid solution for streaming live NFL games, but there are ‘options’. In my opinion, the NFL needs to follow the path of MLB and provide a solution that works, but a lot …

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Sep 12 2014

Review: IRulu U1 Smartphone

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been playing with iRulu’s U1 smartphone. Based on information that I have, this is iRulu’s entrance into the smartphone field. The U1 smartphone is a dual 1 ghz core processor android device. The reports I received from iRulu indicate that they have plans to release more smart phones …

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Sep 11 2013

Welcome 4K And 8K Ultra High-definition TVs, But Not Anytime Soon

Have you seen the advertisements for the ultra high-definition TVs yet? It’s amazing to think that someone is going to rush out and purchase a 60 inch ultra high-definition TV for roughly $6000. It’s staggering. That equates to roughly $1000 for every 10 inches of viewable ultrahigh definition display. Most people are perfectly happy with …

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Mar 01 2013

Are You Losing Friends On Facebook?

Facebook seems to have established itself as one of those necessary evils. Facebook is scary when you think about the liabilities of sharing private information socially, over the Internet. Facebook’s privacy policies are almost a revolving door of trying to push what is considered private information in public information, but what’s worse than that is …

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Nov 09 2012

Is Microsoft making other hardware manufacturers upset over Microsoft Surface?

It’s very interesting that Microsoft has decided to get into the hardware game. Interesting because, primarily, Microsoft has been a software company relying on hardware manufacturers to facilitate a complete presentation of a PC. Apple has been the company that’s always been striving to marry the software with the hardware, in one package, controlling the …

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Jun 12 2012

Televisions of tomorrow aren’t ‘Televisions’

I’ve been looking in to purchasing a new television. Well, not so much buying a new one, but I’ve been weighing in on the new ‘televisions’ and what they offer. Some of them now are really impressive. They have gotten bigger, lighter, thinner and more Internet streaming functions are being added to them [almost] daily. …

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May 14 2012

Smartphone development is just a repeat of the PC evolution…

If you’ve been around long enough to remember Apple vs. IBM. Or when Commodore C64‘s were better than TSR-80 [coco’s]; from there, you can reference everything I’m going to say here. I’d presume this comes around with being in tech long enough to see it circle back around and repeat itself. It started with the …

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Apr 29 2012

Facebook Pushes Virus Protection A Little More

Back in early January, Facebook must’ve been listening to me. I published a blog post about the insecurity of Facebook. In that post, I talked about how Facebook takes advantage of their members by exposing them to games and applications that could be potentially stealing their personal and private information and using it for other …

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Feb 06 2012

PC Games Show Resurgence in Sales; Consoles not so much

The popularity of the gaming console, and the profitability of it, have just been astounding. A couple of years ago, you could have hopped on the Internet and read article after article about how PC gaming was dead and how the gaming console was going to be the future of gaming. I would’ve been one …

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