Monthly Archives: June 2012

Why Microsoft built its own tablet -think Apple and Xbox

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Microsoft has so far avoided irritating manufacturers that churn out Windows PCs, tablets, and phones. But the game has changed with mobile devices. Read this blog post by Dan Farber on Mobile.
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Social Media And The History Of Influence [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Success of marketing flowing down from generations of different ways in which we have being influenced as consumers

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At What Age Should Your Kid Own a Tablet?

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For parents who decide it’s time for the kids to own a tablet, there are sturdy options for children as young as 7 months, starting at $26.

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Google Play getting developer friendly

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Google now allows developers to respond to user reviews submitted on their apps, planning to apply gamification model to app market, could this help android platform mature to a truly versatile model for attracting developers in future?

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PlayStation Plus Prompts Me to Rethink My Xbox Live Subscription

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Why am I paying for Live when that same money could be getting me free games?
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Has E3 lost its game?

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If this year’s E3 is a sign of things to come, we’re all in a lot of trouble. Read this blog post by Scott Stein on E3 2012.
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Samsung Hybrid PC – Windows 8 laptop and tablet

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Check out the Samsung Series 5 Hybrid PC, an 11-inch alliance of tablet and laptop powered by Windows 8.
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