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We've always been a headline-driven culture, but is Twitter exacerbating this?
"We have a product for people who aren't able to get some form of connectivity," says Microsoft's Don Mattick, "it's called Xbox 360."
This week, Donald and Eric explore the idea of hearing with your mouth, seeing in 12 dimensions, and shooting lightening with a wave of your arm. Yes, it's wizard tech week, apparently.
Some believe that the instant nature of technology means that campaigns get lost in tit-for-tat insider maneuvering, while avoiding the big picture. Is this true?
Can you have too many capabilities in your TV or washing machine or smartphone? Samsung's guilty of cramming, but it's also seriously trying to simplify -- consider its new interface for smart TVs or its notification system on the Galaxy S4.
The social-networking giant criticizes a TechCrunch report that the company is secretly developing its own mobile operating system.
As rumored, Canon unveiled several 4K video cameras at this year's National Association of Broadcasters show. You won't see most of them for a while, though, and one may just make you cranky.
Spotify's new apps platform has huge potential for the integration of social and gaming services with music, reckons Stuart Dredge.
The company enlisted a branding consultancy to revamp its logo and brand attitude for its spinoff as a publicly traded company next month. Here's the first look at it.
A report, denied by the company, states Facebook is developing its own cell phone OS and physical phone. Who would buy a phone from a company that's never been responsible for a physical product?