Ever since I first got my second monitor for my dual monitor setup I have fallen in love with the whole multi-monitor thing and I felt it was only fair that I share my pain at not being able to equip myself with a drool-worthy computer man-cave by posting awesome setups I come across.
Okay, I admit it, even though I work with a dual monitor set-up I suffer from some serious monitor envy when I see some of the set-ups that other folks have as you can probably tell from two previous posts showing off some sweet computer man-caves.
While I am not an Apple consumer I still appreciate their contribution to the tech world but one has to wonder given the attention that the company has been focusing on the mobile world (including laptops) and its store whether …
It should be no surprise as we head toward the global launch of Windows 8 and Surface that Microsoft wouldn’t take the opportunity to share with us some of what went into making these products. As we saw earlier they …
It’s one thing to watch some company spin out cutesy videos to promote their products (yes I’m looking at you Microsoft) but it is another thing to actually have some fun and make a “commercial” both informative and enjoyable to watch; but this is what Lenovo has done with two just released videos highlighting their Windows 8 powered Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga and the ThinkPad Twist tablets/laptops.
Back in June 2012 I wrote a review for the Nokia 900 titled “The Most Useless Review Of Nokia’s Lumia 900 With Windows Phone 7.5 You Will Ever Read” where I basically pointed out that due to the fact that the Nokia Lumia 900 would never see Windows Phone 8 when it launches later this month any review was pointless at this time.
Even though I don’t own any Apple products I have always lusted over their wireless keyboard with its clean lines and aesthetic look but for Robbie Tilton it obviously was just cold metal and plastic that needed to have some warmth added to it.
The other day we posted about the first Windows 8 ad from Microsoft to hit the web in advance of the Sunday football game where it was meant to debut; and I admitted then that I thought it was one of the better ads that the company had run.