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Jay-Z Launches ‘Empire’ Facebook Game

TechComments ⋅ Apr 25, 2012
In his ongoing quest to conquer every platform he sets his sights on, Jay-Z has announced his plans for a Facebook game titled Empire. According to the synopsis of the beta game, “Empire takes you on a journey from the streets of Marcy Housing...

Introducing Google Drive

TechComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2012
After all the speculation, Google Drive is here. The cloud service allows users the ability to access vital information from a host of products from either home, work or on the go — utilizing easy drag-and-drop technology that makes being unabl...

A Preview of What to Expect in Photoshop CS6

TechComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2012
Expect big things for Photoshop Creative Suite 6, the next big iteration of Adobe Photoshop. Already it’s shaping up to further push the boundaries of what we once thought possible through photo editing, while doing so at “near-instant...

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay V1 TV

TechComments ⋅ Apr 23, 2012
Bang & Olufsen looks to have been hard at work on its upcoming BeoPlay V1 TV. Danish website, Recordere.dk, recently leaked images of the forthcoming BeoPlay V1 TV ahead of its anticipated May 5 launch. It is expected to arrive in two options ...

Rumor: Google Drive To Release Next Week with 5 GB Storage

TechComments ⋅ Apr 17, 2012
Preliminary reports indicate that Google Drive will become available next week with up to 5GB free storage space for all. Earlier reports noted that the long-awaited cloud storage service would make its official debut sometime this week, but that no...

IKEA Unveils “UPPLEVA” HDTV Entertainment System

TechComments ⋅ Apr 17, 2012
Storied furniture and lifestyle manufacturer IKEA is entering the world of home entertainment with the unveiling of its “UPPLEVA” line of HDTV systems. The new UPPLEVA line completely disrupts the big box store’s HDTV buying process with...

Exclusive Look at How an iPad is Made at Foxconn

TechComments ⋅ Apr 13, 2012
As of January 2012, an incredible 50 million Apple iPads have been sold, emphatically reiterating Apple’s stranglehold on the tablet computer market. But amidst the iPad’s wild success, reports of suicides and rampant worker abuse at Foxc...

Facebook to Buy Instagram for $1 Billion

TechComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2012
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has let it slip that the social media juggernaut has plans to purchase Instagram for a whopping $1 billion USD. Having recently expanded to the Android market, Zuckerberg confirmed the news on his personal blog, adding th...

Rumor Suggests That Apple TV Will Be Called iPanel

TechComments ⋅ Apr 6, 2012
Jefferies analyst Peter Misek believes that Apple’s much rumored new solution for revolutionizing the television industry will be called “iPanel.” While some speculated that it would simply be called “iTV” to keep their...

Google Project Glass: “One Day…” Augmented Reality Glasses

TechComments ⋅ Apr 4, 2012
Google gave people a clearer picture of its secret initiative called Project Glass – the company’s first venture into wearable computing. Of course, the glasses are not yet for sale, but that’s not to say you might not encounter emp...

Rumor: New MacBook Pro to be Slim and Quad-Core?

TechComments ⋅ Mar 29, 2012
The rumor mill on Apple’s MacBook Pro Summer 2012 update is coming to life, and it’s none other than Intel who is doing the stirring. The chip manufacturers appear to be setting up delivery of their Ivy Bridge quad-core processors (specif...

Zynga to Buy OMGPOP Makers of ‘Draw Something’

TechComments ⋅ Mar 22, 2012
Zynga’s wildly successful pop culture magnates FarmVille and Words With Friends have apparently printed enough money through the games’ microtransaction system to allow Zynga to buy Draw Something, another popular app-based game from the...

Fast Company: Hipstamatic and Instagram Photo Sharing Partnership

TechComments ⋅ Mar 22, 2012
Despite their similar upbringings as whimsically filtered photo-capturing applications, Hipstamatic and Instagram have each evolved a great deal in their own right. Hipstamatic serves as a high-quality stylized tool that won Apple’s “iPho...

CScout Japan: FRAMED Digital Art Display and Marketplace Video

TechComments ⋅ Mar 20, 2012
Impressive or superfluous – that is not the question. The FRAMED display costs about ¥1.2 million JPY (over $14,000 USD) while each interchangeable piece of art fetches about $300 USD, depending on the piece. The conceptual brainchild of artist...

The Paddle8 Business Model

TechComments ⋅ Mar 15, 2012
If you’re not familiar with Paddle8, it’s an online destination whose aspirations entail trying to bring the purchase of artwork to an online forum. Directed towards a generation of collectors, artists and gallerists who see the web as a...