by Grey Grymm

If you pay attention to new consumer technology you might have heard something about the new Google Chromecast that was released last week. This little device stole the show from the highly anticipated new Nexus 7.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

When you actually look at the game console industry you may be surprised at what you find. If you read most gaming blogs you would think that Xbox was the greatest system of the last generation, the Wii U is not next generation, and Sony doesn't really have that many first party games.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

This past week Yahoo was the talk of the tech world for a couple of days (that is until Microsoft released the Xbox One but that is another post) with their purchase of Tumblr the hip, cool microblogging site loved by Millennials who are trying move past Facebook and Twitter. At the time I said that in one move Yahoo was making itself social again but they would have been better off just making Flickr better.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

Unless you were on a deserted island for the past few months, you might have
noticed that all the major players have put out their best in the white hot
mobile space which includes smartphones and tablets with even more still to come
for the holidays.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

I know today everyone is gearing up for the new iPad with many people waiting in line all night to get one, but I wanted to tell you about an alternative if you just want a simple small tablet so you can surf the web, check email, and update Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

For years we have heard how Google was doing too many things. How they did not have an ecosystem of service like that other company. We hear about the Android fragmentation no-issue constantly. We hear complaints about why Google+ doesn’t know everything that you are doing on Gmail and Google Voice.

 
 
by  Terrence Lui  

It is being reported that Microsoft's Xbox 360 console had a fantastic month of November by selling 1.7 Million units. It will easily ship the most number of consoles among the big three this holiday season. 

I love the story of Microsoft's Xbox. When it first came out, Xbox was a joke. It was big and ugly and the PS2 was so dominant nobody thought it had a chance in hell to break through. I mean really, what the heck did Microsoft know about game consoles? Microsoft threw billions of dollars at the problem and every quarter people would laugh and say Microsoft was just wasting their time. Nobody is laughing now.  

 
 
by Grey Grymm

If you have followed me for anytime you know how I feel about HP. You know how I feel about the Touchpad. It was a device that looked like it was built by committee instead of just designed to be good.

I like a lot of other people have not been behind HP this year. Their surprising move to end the PC unit and kill webOS made everyone in the business and tech world scratch their heads in amazement.


 
 
by DePaul Fort

Yeah....I said it  and I mean it. I know this will offend a lot of people. It has already cost me a few friends,  but the truth hurts sometime. So let's take a look at the list.

1. Invent middle names that declare their mantra of the moment such as Keisha blessedandbeautiful Johnson or T’Andrea OhSoClassssssy Washington.

 
 
by Grey Grymm

I recently had a Twitter conversation about Timeline, the new feature that Facebook says will completely change your online experience. Since the press the conference back in September not much as really been said about it.