The classic video game manufacturer Atari filed for bankruptcy last Monday, the 21th of January. Why should we care, you might wonder? We should care because of what Atari did for arcades and video games in the 70s and early 80s
Today, May 5, it is 20 years since the first version of “the grandfather of 3D shooters” – Wolfenstein 3D – was released. In the two decades since 1992, can you imagine how many hours gamers around the world have spent with that game, not to mention its successors like the Doom and Quake series of games
In this continuing series of interviews about web performance, we now turn to cloud application platform provider Heroku .
Do you remember the game “ Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? ” We’re going to play a game of “Where in the world is Tux?” As it turns out, the lovable Linux penguin mascot has been to the far corners of the world and back again.
(From Website Hosting ) The reports publicized, recently, by Net Applications reveal that Microsoft Internet Explorer is constantly going downhill. During the last 10 months, the number of web users has been reduced, making Microsoft suffer a 5% reduction in this number; , on the other hand, Google’s Chrome seems to be winning the game by experiencing a 6% increase in the number of web browsers. The number of users, still using Internet explorer, is likely to reduce even further by the next year
Parallels recently announced that the biggest web hosting provider globally, GoDaddy, will be discussing its vision of web hosting in an important speech “dragging your knuckles or walking tall” at 10 pm EST at the Parallels Summit 2011. The president and CEO of GoDaddy, Warren Adelman will be delivering a crucial speech titled “Dragging Your Knuckles or Walking Tall?” at 10 am EXT on Wednesday February 23, 2011.
Blogging services have been around for a long time, with pioneers like Blogger paving the way for WordPress.com and more recent arrivals like Tumblr and Posterous. There are millions upon millions of blogs out there, many of them residing on these services
With 2010 upon us, it seems like we know what to expect from most players in the smartphone market. Apple will iterate on the iPhone to compete with the bleeding edge Android phones (and possibly give us a 3G enabled tablet in the process), we’ll see more Android phones than ever come out, and Microsoft is due to roll out Windows Mobile 7 at some point.