19 November 2014

Grand Theft Auto 5 Released for Next Gen Platforms (video)

`Grand Theft Auto’ Hits Next Gen Platforms: Video - Bloomberg:
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Take-Two Interactive Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick discusses the release of “Grand Theft Auto 5” for next gen platforms. He speaks on "Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg Nov. 18)


Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in a few months: source
The professional version of Facebook, which could compete with services such as LinkedIn Corp, as well as Salesforce.com Inc and Microsoft Corp, ...
Facebook Testing Collaboration Tools for Businesses - New York Times (blog)

TechCrunch (blog)

After Divorcing Microsoft, Nokia Reveals The N1, An Android Tablet Hitting China First
TechCrunch (blog)
Microsoft is not especially interested in the Nokia brand as such, and ... the FT that the N1 tablet “would be as good as Apple's iPad mini but cost less.
Non-Microsoft Nokia launches Android N1 tablet with Foxconn - Gigaom
Nokia puts Z Launcher on Google Play, without Lollipop support - ZDNet


Why Google Glass Isn't the Future
2013 Google Developer Conference Continues In San Francisco An attendee tries GoogleGlass during the Google I/O developer conference on May 17, 2013 in ... This is a familiar pattern for technology. ... with our watches — and nobody's going to get banned from a bar for wearing an Apple Watch.


It's Official—iOS 8 Is Apple's Buggiest Release to Date
When Apple first released the iPhone 6, we were struck by the surprisingly persistent and numerous bugs in iOS 8. Almost all review units (from any ...
Apple's iOS 8.1.1 and OS X 10.10.1 updates cure performance and Wi-Fi problems - Digital Trends
Apple Releases iOS 8.1.1 Bringing Improvements for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S - iClarified

TechCrunch (blog)

Facebook Launches Standalone Groups App To Stoke Micro-Sharing
TechCrunch (blog)
700 million people use Facebook Groups every month, but it's a ... Despite Yahoo and Google fiercely competing to dominate group email lists, there's ...

TechCrunch (blog)

Source: Facebook Is Testing 'Facebook At Work', Separately Hosted Version To Roll Out In A Few 
TechCrunch (blog)
This afternoon an industry source confirmed for me that Facebook is indeed ... not necessarily as a way to compete with Google Drive or Office 365.


Apple market cap could hit $1 trillion mark: Omega's Einhorn
NEW YORK - Gains in shares of Apple Inc could take the world's largest publicly traded company to a market capitalization of perhaps as high as $1 ...

You Can Ditch Your PC Now - WSJ - WSJ: "... That Gartner and IDC can’t even agree on the definition of a PC speaks volumes about the strange times in which we live. Is a smartphone stretched into the shape of a laptop a PC? No, says Gartner. What about a PC crammed into the shape of a tablet? Nope, counters IDC. These delineations are ridiculous from the perspective of the end user. That’s because most of us are entertaining ourselves and getting work done in the one place absolutely all of these devices can access—the cloud. I store and edit all my photos in the cloud, which also is where all my media are streamed from. Unless you’re editing video, building 3-D models, playing elaborate games or dependent on legacy Windows applications that your company hasn’t moved to the cloud, you don’t strictly need a PC anymore. At this point in history, booting up a full-fledged PC operating system to write an email is like using a nuclear sub to go on a weekend fishing trip. And a good Chromebook can be had for $300. Personally, I’d rather spend my technology budget on the one thing I truly can’t do without—my smartphone. Surveys indicate that in this respect, I’m typical of every generation to follow the baby boomers...."

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