glennz:

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glennz:

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thisistheverge:

polygondotcom:

WELCOME, FRIENDS, TO POLYGON.COM. It’s a website.

Have you visited the new Polygon yet?

Played around on Polygon.com yesterday - looks like a great website, just a shame I’m not into games.

thisistheverge:

polygondotcom:

WELCOME, FRIENDS, TO POLYGON.COM. It’s a website.

Have you visited the new Polygon yet?

Played around on Polygon.com yesterday - looks like a great website, just a shame I’m not into games.

carinteriors:

1997 Toyota Prius

That’s seriously nice; I don’t think I’ve been in a car with a nicer interior bar perhaps the last generation of Honda Civic (yet to see the inside of the new model).

carinteriors:

1997 Toyota Prius

That’s seriously nice; I don’t think I’ve been in a car with a nicer interior bar perhaps the last generation of Honda Civic (yet to see the inside of the new model).

YOLO. Unless you’re a cat. YOLNT (nine times) then.
It just came in my head when I saw a YOLO gif…
thisistheverge:

Windows 8 review
Microsoft gambles on a touch-based future
Windows 8 is a rebirth, a “reimagining” of Windows and the entire Microsoft brand. It’s also the single riskiest project that Microsoft has ever embarked upon — a bet from Redmond that users can adapt to a new way of computing. With mobile alternatives from Google and Apple eating into sales of traditional PCs, Microsoft needed to act quickly to protect its Windows revenue. A short testing phase of under a year from Developer Preview to a finished product in stores shows that Microsoft is serious this time around. The result? An entirely new Windows user interface designed for touch and a new generation of Windows apps. This isn’t the Windows you’re familiar with, but is that a good thing?

Another technology reblog - I’m trying to do less technology things, but there has been a lot going on recently.

thisistheverge:

Windows 8 review

Microsoft gambles on a touch-based future

Windows 8 is a rebirth, a “reimagining” of Windows and the entire Microsoft brand. It’s also the single riskiest project that Microsoft has ever embarked upon — a bet from Redmond that users can adapt to a new way of computing. With mobile alternatives from Google and Apple eating into sales of traditional PCs, Microsoft needed to act quickly to protect its Windows revenue. A short testing phase of under a year from Developer Preview to a finished product in stores shows that Microsoft is serious this time around. The result? An entirely new Windows user interface designed for touch and a new generation of Windows apps. This isn’t the Windows you’re familiar with, but is that a good thing?

Another technology reblog - I’m trying to do less technology things, but there has been a lot going on recently.

minimalmac:

A little som’n, som’n.

Looks very, very, nice. Though I think the bigger iPads look better in the white, and the Mini is more aesthetically pleasing in the black (in the PR photos at least!).
Would love to try one out soon.

minimalmac:

A little som’n, som’n.

Looks very, very, nice. Though I think the bigger iPads look better in the white, and the Mini is more aesthetically pleasing in the black (in the PR photos at least!).

Would love to try one out soon.

prostheticknowledge:

Twefax 
Online web app presents your Twitter feed in the style of the old BBC CEEFAX information system, put together by @JonathanEx.
Discovered by the lovely harri80 - Try it here

!!!!!!!!!!!

prostheticknowledge:

Twefax 

Online web app presents your Twitter feed in the style of the old BBC CEEFAX information system, put together by @JonathanEx.

Discovered by the lovely harri80 - Try it here

!!!!!!!!!!!

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thisistheverge:

Microsoft Surface review
In case you missed it last night, catch our full Microsoft Surface review. 

Of the reviews I’ve seen/read, The Verge's seems to be the least impressed with Microsoft's new Surface - a hybrid tablet/laptop device that runs Windows RT, with a separate Surface coming later with Windows 8 Pro.

I really wanted this to be great product - it held a lot of promise. However, it appears that the software situation is not ideal. Hopefully, developers will begin to make apps quickly for Windows 8 - Surface sold a lot of pre-orders and Windows 8 will be rolled onto new devices in the coming time.

I also wanted the Surface to be cheaper. I’m a ‘student’, after all.

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