In its latest push to convert Apple fanboys into Windows groupies, Microsoft has set off a marketing stunt of huge proportions in the center of London. In Trafalgar Square, one of London’s most trafficked public spaces, the company set up a giant Surface 2 tablet complete with a working keyboard and screen. The 27-foot wide… Continue reading Microsoft’s Latest Publicity Stunt: A Giant Surface 2 Tablet in the Streets of London
Today Microsoft launched the pilot program of Bing for Schools, an initiative to improve digital literacy among students. Schools participating in Bing for Schools will have access to a custom, ad-free version of Bing search equipped with SafeSearch filtering and enhanced privacy protections as well as an online curriculum focused on improving students’ online search… Continue reading Microsoft’s ‘Bing for Schools’ Rewards Searches with Surface RT Tablets
Today Google will host a breakfast press event with VP of Chrome and Android Sundar Pichai. We expect the company to announce the long-awaited Android 4.3, nicknamed Key Lime Pie, which was conspicuously absent from the Google I/O conference. We’re also waiting for the official release of the new Nexus 7, which has already been… Continue reading Watch the Google Announcement Event Livestream
When Google announced a press event with senior vice president of Chrome and Android Sundar Pichai, we knew to expect the Android news we’ve been waiting for: the release of the next generation of Android, nicknamed Key Lime Pie. Android 4.3 updates were conspicuously absent from the Google I/O conference in May, so we’ve been… Continue reading Rumors: What Will Google Announce at Today’s Press Event?
Dream. Learn. Build. This is the motto of the XO Tablet, a family oriented Android tablet designed to help children explore the world through technology and at their own pace. The first tablet of its kind, the XO is the brainchild of the One Laptop Per Child project and comes preloaded with free educational games,… Continue reading A Children’s Computer for $150: The New XO Tablet from One Laptop Per Child
Did you know that moms often control household budgets and expenses? This makes them the prime audience for the development of exciting new applications and of course many brands’ advertising efforts. Moms, like everyone else, like to use apps, which can often signal our personal tastes and interests. There are a ton of apps and… Continue reading How to Reach America’s Mobile Moms [REPORT]