This morning I woke up and decided to check the latest tech news, so I opened up Firefox. It seems Firefox had downloaded an update during my last browsing session and was just waiting for me to restart so it can apply it. Not surprising, since I’ve gotten used to the ridiculously annoying constant updates from Mozilla. After the update was applied, I tried to search using the location bar and was surprised to find my searches were being redirected to my local Google site, https://www.google.com.mx/. Read More…
Kids these days grow up with the idea that they can have spaces and lots of other funny characters in their directory names.
A few days ago, a friend of mine posted a video ad for an email program that can be run on an iPhone. I Googled this Mailbox “app” to find out more about it. The press seems to be extremely excited for this thing, but I honestly don’t see why.
Their home page is filled with modern web clichés: lots of white space, a huge 1,000-pixel vertical length video, and short paragraphs describing their product.
Today Steam added a new feature to their Windows client called Big Picture. This is a new interface designed with game pads and a TV in mind. The first thing I noticed was that it resembles the Xbox 360 dashboard. You even access it by pressing the guide button on an Xbox 360 controller while playing a game.
The players of DayZ would have a fair chance of winning first place in the Olympics if crawling on all fours was included in the games.