Marcus Yam is a technology evangelist for Intel Corporation, the latest in a long line of tech-focused roles spanning a more than 20-year career in the industry. As Executive Editor, News on Tom's Guide and Tom's Hardware, Marcus was responsible for shaping the sites' news output, and he also spent a period as Editor of Outdoors & Sports at Digital Trends.
The Xbox 360’s hardware failures are a widely publicized fact, but few know that it’s more than just the Red Ring of Death.
Much to the displeasure of developers and publishers, the used games market just got bigger. Amazon launched on Thursday a used games trade-in program where gamers can send in their unwanted software in exchange for Amazon credit.
Wired today reports that a new bill introduced that, if passed, would see a requirement for mobile phones with digital cameras "to make a sound" when a photograph is taken.
It’s no at all shocking that the majority of music downloaded today are illegal, but numbers released by International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) are somewhat worrying.
\One lesser known, but still common enough defect is the Xbox 360’s nasty habit of scratching discs while inside the console, creating another undesirable type of ring of death.
Planetbeing, a lead developer on the iPhone Dev Team, announced on their blog that the Linux 2.6 kernel has been ported to the Apple iPhone.
Video game peripheral company Datel appears to be the first to unravel the latest Sony PSP hardware’s protection systems for the purpose of installing custom firmware and homebrew software