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A true visionary, Apple’s late CEO was known to take action against bad press before things spiraled out of control
“What would have Steve done?” An age old question that has become one of the biggest clichés in tech and probably other industries as well. But it always springs to mind whenever Apple faces PR troubles.
It’s all too well known that Apple’s late CEO was easily ticked off by bad press. Regardless of their social status, profession, or net income, calling people on their errors was like second nature to the man.
Remember “Thoughts About Flash” or “Antennagate?” Well, let’s just say had Jobs not acted on those the way ...
Destiny didn't exactly deliver the great experience many were hoping for when it appeared earlier this month
Destiny seemed to be the perfect storm ahead of its release, as it was apparently doing everything right. It was being made by one of the most prestigious studios in the industry in terms of first-person shooters – Bungie. It was also being published by one of the most powerful companies in the industry – Activision.
It already had alpha and beta tests to ensure that its servers would handle the influx of users, as well as to make sure that people had already tried out the game and could propagate its quality through word of mouth to others.
However, when the gam...
The bug is very serious, fixes should be applied immediately
The bug discovered in GNU Bash, the default command shell in many Linux and Unix-based operating systems, has been making the headlines all week, and for good reason.
Security experts have dubbed it Shellshock, with the clear intention of making a pun, especially since the glitch has been marked with the maximum severity score of 10 using the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS); this is the standard method for quantifying the severity of computer vulnerabilities, used by a large number of organizations.
Nastier than Heartbleed on all levels
To get an idea ...
Redmond must take rivals by surprise with a cheap device
Microsoft has slowly moved from the world’s number one software giant to a devices and services company and then to a firm that’s fully focused on a mobile first, cloud first approach, pretty much due to the reorganization process that took place in the last couple of years.
In search for a new identity, Microsoft switched the focus from what it does best, software, to new and unexplored sides of the IT industry. Tablets were completely new for Microsoft two years ago, while rivals from Google, Apple, Samsung, and others were already selling millions of units every year.
Windows 8.1 tablet prices have dropped below $100 / €77
When Microsoft announced the advent of Windows 8.1 with Bing, we expected to see some really cheap tablets arrive into the wild, but we had no idea what the Redmond giant had in store for us.
Back in May, Toshiba was one of the first brand vendors to roll out tablets equipped with this particular operating system, in the form of the Encore 2 with 8-inch and 10-inch form factors.
In the beginning, there were the moderately priced Windows 8.1 tablets
The tablets offered a decent set of specs, but as it turned out they weren’t extremely cheap but sold with a p...
The game had the wonderful opportunity to offer a brilliant science-fiction story, but it couldn't be bothered
The general consensus seems to be that Destiny has solid multiplayer but feels largely unrewarding in all other areas.
This is disappointing, considering the amount of hype built around the game and the massive budget it had, especially when you factor in the fact that it's not just another Call of Duty, and was touted as an immersive science fiction adventure.
The bad thing with immersive science fiction adventures, however, is that they require a compelling story in order to keep you interested, especially if you’ve ever read a book. The entire genre gained its ma...
The next Nexus smartphone will be a phablet
Since word about Google’s next Nexus smartphone surfaced, people have been wondering whether or not the information coming through various channels may be accurate.
For those unfamiliar with the matter, the Nexus 6, which is supposed to be officially introduced next month, is likely to boast a large display.
In fact, the Nexus 6 is said to sport a huge 5.9-inch display. The fact that it supports QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution is not what makes me question Google’s plans, but I think 5.9-inch for a Nexus smartphone is way too big.
Gamers can see some more combat and character powers
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