It’s been nearly 5 months since the Wii U has been released, and boy did it take the world on a storm.
Nintendo’s new console had been a complete mystery a year ago today, and the world never knew the greatness that would be born.
The Wii U has been covered lightly in past articles, but here is a full review of the Wii U in all it’s glory.
With the iPhone 5 hitting it’s 3 week of release, there are still those who want a new iPod. Well, this month is for you. Apple is releasing the brand new iPod touch and iPod nano.
We’ve all seen the Apple iPad, and you’ve probably seen how big the iPad is compared to other tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Google Nexus 7. Is making a smaller sized iPad the next logical thing for Apple to do?
Last month, Microsoft introduced Outlook.com, its successor to its aging Hotmail service. The update is designed to make the user interface cleaner, simpler, and more efficient.
It’s finally here – Microsoft on Thursday finally delivered the Windows 8 Release Preview, the last major pre-release version of Windows 8. The Release Preview (what used to be called the Release Candidate) came only three months after the Consumer Preview, the beta. It comes a week earlier than expected, and it is just about feature-complete – an even closer look at what the finished product will look like. And it looks really, really good.
The Windows 8 Logo. Click on the picture to read Part 1 of this article.
Windows 8 is a revolutionary operating system. It is based on a new shell called WinRT, which enables the Metro interface with the beautiful, full screen apps and the Start Screen. So, as I promised, I would talk about the new Windows logo. So here goes.