One of the original gaming forerunners –Atari, today has filed for bankruptcy and plans to sell its logo and video game titles. To mark the loss to the gaming industry and honour the 40-year-old franchise here are five videos Pong-related videos.
Conventional wisdom from all the self-appointed online experts on social selling is that businesses need to Tweet and Facebook their customers to within an inch of their lives. You’ve seen the kind of thing: “Hello, I’m on the toilet! Quilted Kleenex is the new cool! Lemon scented soap? LOL!”
Sony are back on the scene with a brand new Android tablet. Meet the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. The world’s thinnest and lightest 10 inch tablet.
Today, MySpace reopens its doors to the public with a brand new design and reimagined user experience. Incentivised by exclusive access to Justin Timberlake’s new single.
The future of camera technology has picked up pace recently and two cameras in particular are breaking new ground.
Windows Live Messenger, formerly known as MSN Messenger, will finally be shut down by Microsoft on March 15th, after serving Internet users for more than 13 years.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in Las Vegas today comes to an end, running from 8 to 11 January it revealed a number of exciting innovations such as a water-proof smartphone, a robot doctor, futuristic ‘wearable technology’ and every slacker’s dream: a TV you can control with your eyes.
Google+ adds pan and zoom feature for photos, as Facebook announces mystery press event for next week
As Facebook announced a mystery press conference for next Tuesday, Google coincidentally rolled out a new feature for Google+, that enables panning and zooming for high resolution images.
The BBC are today introducing a brand new BBC Sport mobile app for iPhone and iPod Touch users, with an Android version is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
The first Ubuntu powered smartphone will be available to buy in 12 months but in the fast-paced world of mobile computing, one year might as well be a decade.
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