Jane McEntegart works in marketing communications at Intel and was previously Manager of Content Marketing at ASUS North America. Before that, she worked for more than seven years at Tom's Guide and Tom's Hardware, holding such roles as Contributing Editor and Senior News Editor and writing about everything from smartphones to tablets and games consoles.
Kinect launched with numerous different titles, the majority of them kid-friendly. However, once Kinect was available, it didn't take people long to start asking when we'd see a more adult use for the motion-sensing peripheral.
He's already one of the world's youngest billionaires and now he's looking to spread his wealth around. Mark Zuckerberg has just joined Bill Gates and Warren Buffett's 'The Giving Pledge.'
How much are you willing to pay to not have to sit next to the guy with the annoyingly loud laugh?
The porn industry has played a part in the success of a couple of formats but will it have the same effect on 3D TV?
[Updated at end of post] Apple co-founder Steve 'the Woz' Wozniak speaks out about the Android versus iPhone debate.
Steve Jobs is powering up, but he's still no match for Bill Gates. Meanwhile, Google's founders are dropping further down the list.
An interesting post on GameSpot suggests that Microsoft's new motion-sensing peripheral, Kinect, might have problems recognizing the faces of some dark-skinned users.
We decided to head down to Toys R Us Times Square to check out the line for Microsoft's nearly-launched Kinect peripheral.
"Climbing Everest right now! Does anyone know where the bathrooms are up here? LOL!"
Google was just named the number one place to work in America, and really, is it any wonder when they have people cleaning employees' apartments and doing laundry?
Sex.com has been up for grabs for a while. The auction was supposed to take place earlier this year but didn't. Now the domain has officially been sold, and if you had any doubt about the age-old adage 'sex sells,' this should clear things right up.
The New York Department of Education has reportedly sacked three teachers for inappropriate Facebooking.
Despite the fact that all major carriers are moving toward 4G technology, Apple apparently won't be making use of it until 2012.
Sony has pulled its sponsorship of a controversial environmental movie featuring exploding children.
Verizon has said it will roll out its next generation LTE network in 38 cities in the first half of 2011. Not only that, but the network is promising six 4G phones to go along with the rollout.