By the time this post is live, the Nintendo 3DS will be available for purchase in the United States. I thought this would be a good chance for me to revisit my thoughts on this device to see if anything has changed. For the most part, I feel as strongly opposed to the direction that … Continue reading Revised Thoughts on the 3DS
It’s starting to look more and more like I abandoned Zune at just the right time. More and more rumors are starting to come out that Microsoft has all but given up on the Zune platform. Most recently, Bloomberg reported that Microsoft was ceasing development on new versions of the Zune hardware. This wasn’t exactly … Continue reading A Lament for a Fallen Friend (Or Something)
Boehner gave a speech on February 27 outlining his position on net neutrality. Essentially, he stated that net neutrality is tantamount to a "government takeover" of the internet, and declared that he was "protecting our most basic freedoms" by opposing net neutrality. I have to wonder, whose freedoms is he talking about? The freedom of consumers to use the internet in any (legal) way they see fit? Or the freedom of ISPs to restrict what their customers can and can't do on the internet?
As I alluded to a couple of weeks ago, I just recently purchased a new laptop. One of the unique things about this laptop is that it was purchased from the Microsoft Store, which means that it is part of something known as Microsoft Signature. Normally, when you buy a Windows laptop, it's loaded with … Continue reading An Introduction to the Microsoft MacBook
There was a time, not that long ago, when I was obsessed with getting one of Microsoft's new Windows Phones. But smartphones are expensive, and so I ended up getting an iPod Touch instead. I found that I loved it even more than I thought I would, so I've never had a second thought about … Continue reading Whatever Happened to Windows Phone?