Microsoft Should Let Internet Explorer Ride Off into the Sunset

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In order for the newly announced internet browser, codenamed Project Spartan, to succeeded on Windows 10, Microsoft will need shed Internet Explorer completely. I realize Microsoft needs to walk this fine line between modern Apps and legacy software, but seriously guys, it’s 2015. Backwards compatibility is fine, but whenever it comes at the price of […]

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Windows 10: Universal Apps from a Web Developer’s Perspective

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As a web developer building websites (including this one), I strive to construct websites that will conform to any desktop, tablet or smartphone automatically thanks to CSS3. Looking at Windows 10 and its promise of universal applications, I can’t help but think how responsive web design techniques could really benefit App development.   When building […]

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Microsoft Goes into the Future

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Microsoft today announced a slew of new products and services across all their devices. The most notable being Microsoft Holographic. At first glance, it appears to be less holographic and more augmented reality with the help of a Google Glass-like headset called Microsoft HoloLens. Price and availability were not mentioned, but word on the street […]

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Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend: Internet Explorer

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Internet Explorer’s days are numbered. To some that’s a music to their ears and to others it’s a reminder that we’re getting old and just like everything else in life, everything comes to an end. Microsoft is set to announce a number of new software updates and features at tomorrow’s BIG Windows 10 event. One of […]

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Captain America Stars in a China Only ‘Call of Duty’ Game Trailer

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Call of Duty is now free-to-play! That is, if you live in China. In a country where free-to-play MMOs dominate the gaming community, a game like CoD would also need to conform to that market in order to compete. There is however, in-game purchases via micro-transactions. I think what’s most notable about this game is its […]

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Google’s Project Ara Could Be a Nonstarter for a Fashion Forward Society

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Google’s Project Ara is a modular smartphone project currently its in early stages of development. If you’re in Puerto Rico, you’ll be able to get your hands on the device soon. For the rest of us, we’ll just have to wait for now. The idea is simple, you buy a module and then connect your […]

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PSA: Windows 10 Webcast Happening Next Week

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Heads up to all the Microsoft Windows devotees: the upcoming Windows 10 media briefing will be happening next week (Jan. 21) and you’ll be able to watch it here: http://news.microsoft.com/windows10story/ I for one am pretty excited about it. New Start menu, new browser (good riddance Internet Explorer) and one Application that will work on the desktop, tablet and phone. Sounds […]

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Monument Valley Review: Beautiful Mobile Game

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If you’re looking to sink a couple of hours into a video game, that will not only delight but possibly relax, then check out Monument Valley available for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire. The game’s somber soundtrack, silly protagonist and sometimes stumping puzzles kept me intrigued enough to finish the game in one sitting. There […]

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Acura NSX Revealed, Changes from the Concept

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The new Acura NSX has been revealed at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and personally I couldn’t be more satisfied with the final design. Concept Final Sadly Acura did not disclose the output of its engine, or any useful information yet. But from the look of it, I hope this design language seeps its way […]

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Forget Superman & Batman…Here’s Wonder Woman!

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So you may have heard that in 2016 the sequel to Man of Steel is hitting the theaters. The official title of the movie is Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. Yes the title is a mouthful and yes the internet erupted in a complete fit when Ben Affleck was announced as Batman but today […]

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E3 2014: Microsoft Needs to Grow a Pair, Sony’s Kicking Ass

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This year’s E3 was filled with a lot of excitement and promise for gamers. Without getting too ahead of ourselves, it’s looking like there will be a plethora of great games, in 2015 A lot of games I looked forward to this year, Batman and Tom Clancy’s The Division for instance, were pushed to 2015. […]

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Star Wars Episode VII- Casting A New Saga

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The casting heard around the world. This morning we had an official casting announcement from starwars.com that the full cast of Star Wars- Episode VII was complete. This picture was posted as a roundtable screenplay reading with the majority of the cast present. Star Wars Episode VII has been widely rumored about and the only […]

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24: Live Another Day First Trailer- May Cannot Come Fast Enough

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Here is your first look at the new self contained micro season of 24: Live Another Day!  Jack & Chloe are back for more terrorist fighting antics. This new season will be different than previous seasons by only having 12 episodes, but rest assured will be the usual non-stop action. This is some easily found […]

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Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures Release Second ‘Godzilla’ Trailer

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Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. teased Godzilla with a tense first trailer back in December, and they’re upping the ante in the second preview. The second trailer to the much-anticipated Godzilla reboot delivers more destruction, more background and brief glimpses of the legendary monster, but don’t worry about having too many spoilers. While a good […]

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Marvel Unveils First ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Trailer

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The first trailer to Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight and it surely is…different. Marvel teases an epic science fiction adventure in the first few seconds in the trailer. We see Star-Lord (played by Chris Pratt) carefully grabbing some sort of artifact, but he is soon caught red-handed. The tone quickly […]

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Satya Nadella Named Microsoft’s Third CEO

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After months of speculation and debate, Microsoft officially announced its choice for their third CEO, Satya Nadella. As an immigrant myself, I’m proud to see Nadella—born in India—rise through the ranks in one of America’s greatest companies to finally lead it. I look forward to what Nadella will bring to Microsoft. "I fundamentally believe that […]

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TV

Superbowl Surprise- 24: Live Another Day teasers prove Jack is Back

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If you were one of the record breaking 111.5 million people watching the Superbowl last night, you might have been surprised, shocked, and thrilled to find out that Jack Bauer is returning on May 5, 2014 in 24: Live Another Day! Unless you are a media super fan who wants to know everything that is […]

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Warner Bros. Has Found Their Lex Luthor

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After the news of a nine-month delay for the Man of Steel sequel, Warner Bros. has decided to give us some positive news. According to Variety, the studio has cast Academy Award-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor. Jeremy Irons will also join the star-studded cast to play Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred Pennyworth. Eisenberg was […]

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Oscar’s Favorite Films of 2013

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The year 2013 is now gone, but it has not yet been forgotten in the world of film. The Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild and Producers Guild recently unveiled its 2013 winners in their respective awards, but the granddaddy of them all (The Academy Awards) is still more than a month away, which gives audiences […]

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Oscar’s Take on the….Oscars

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It’s an odd title, but let’s go with it. The Academy Awards nominations were announced yesterday, with Gravity and American Hustle garnering the most nods at 10 each.The awards season is one of my favorite times of the year. Not so much because of the awards shows themselves, but more so because it gives critics […]

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