• Will computers make copywriters a thing of the past?
  • 2014’s Top Sellers – Consoles, Top Ten Games #9 and 10
  • Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro Is Becoming Rivals with iPhone6 and Galaxy Note
  • Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 Tops the External Drive Market
  • 2014 Breaks 6-Year Losing Streak for Gaming Industry
Will computers make copywriters a thing of the past?

Will computers make copywriters a thing of the past?

Hope to work as a copywriter one day, crafting messages that convince consumers to sign up for credit cards, buy new windows or enlist a new lawn service? Well, here’s some bad news: A computer program might beat you to this career. The Wall Street Journal recently wrote a feature […]

2014’s Top Sellers – Consoles, Top Ten Games #9 and 10

2014’s Top Sellers – Consoles, Top Ten Games #9 and 10

2014’s Top Sellers As discussed in our previous article, 2014 was the first year in half a decade in which the gaming industry as a whole posted a net increase in sales over the previous year.  Join Gadget Insight in a 3-article series as we take a look at some […]

Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro Is Becoming Rivals with iPhone6 and Galaxy Note

Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro Is Becoming Rivals with iPhone6 and Galaxy Note

Chinese tech manufacturer Xiaomi is really generating some buzz with his high-tech, low-cost market entries. The latest is the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, a smartphone/phablet designed to rival the Samsung Galaxy Note and iPhone6.  Here are a few of its features that are especially noteworthy. Unbelievable price – Xiaomi is […]

Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 Tops the External Drive Market

Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 Tops the External Drive Market

For the casual user, data encryption and high speeds may not be worth paying a premium price for, but the high-end business user can appreciate the safety and speed. Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 external drive offers both. And it’s extremely small—about the width of two thumb drives, and it’s even […]

2014 Breaks 6-Year Losing Streak for Gaming Industry

2014 Breaks 6-Year Losing Streak for Gaming Industry

The last time the video game industry as a whole had a net increase in sales – hardware and software – over the prior year, was 2008, when the industry netted $21.4 billion.  By comparison, last year’s $13.1 billion may seem a bit paltry, but it was still the first […]

 

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Black Desert Is About to Enter Open Beta

Black Desert Is About to Enter Open Beta

As posted on Massively earlier this month, Black Desert is about to enter Open Beta testing. That’s the good news. The bad news is that it will only be available in Korea for open beta testing. Don’t be too disappointed about that,...

 

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Will computers make copywriters a thing of the past?

Will computers make copywriters a thing of the past?

Hope to work as a copywriter one day, crafting messages that convince consumers to sign up for credit cards, buy new windows or enlist a new lawn service? Well, here’s some bad news: A computer program might beat you to this career. The Wall Street Journal recently wrote a feature […]

 
 

2014’s Top Sellers – Consoles, Top Ten Games #9 and 10

2014’s Top Sellers – Consoles, Top Ten Games #9 and 10

2014’s Top Sellers As discussed in our previous article, 2014 was the first year in half a decade in which the gaming industry as a whole posted a net increase in sales over the previous year.  Join Gadget Insight in a 3-article series as we take a look at some […]

 
 

Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro Is Becoming Rivals with iPhone6 and Galaxy Note

Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro Is Becoming Rivals with iPhone6 and Galaxy Note

Chinese tech manufacturer Xiaomi is really generating some buzz with his high-tech, low-cost market entries. The latest is the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, a smartphone/phablet designed to rival the Samsung Galaxy Note and iPhone6.  Here are a few of its features that are especially noteworthy. Unbelievable price – Xiaomi is […]

 
 

Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 Tops the External Drive Market

Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 Tops the External Drive Market

For the casual user, data encryption and high speeds may not be worth paying a premium price for, but the high-end business user can appreciate the safety and speed. Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 external drive offers both. And it’s extremely small—about the width of two thumb drives, and it’s even […]

 
 

2014 Breaks 6-Year Losing Streak for Gaming Industry

2014 Breaks 6-Year Losing Streak for Gaming Industry

The last time the video game industry as a whole had a net increase in sales – hardware and software – over the prior year, was 2008, when the industry netted $21.4 billion.  By comparison, last year’s $13.1 billion may seem a bit paltry, but it was still the first […]

 
 

Humiliating text message? Strings can make it go away

Humiliating text message? Strings can make it go away

Take it back According to the BBC story, Strings—which is a free app—lets users delete any sent message, image or video from their own phones. But the impressive part is that it lets users erase messages, images and videos from the phones of the people that they sent them to. […]

 
 

Action Games Help People Learn Faster, New Study Shows

Action Games Help People Learn Faster, New Study Shows

Think gamers are lazy? Think all those hours spent playing the latest Battlefield or Grand Theft Auto game are a waste of time?  Then you might be surprised to learn otherwise. A new study at the University of Rochester in New York, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy […]

 
 

Malvertising the newest threat to computer users

Malvertising the newest threat to computer users

Heard of malvertising? Well, you better learn about it if you want to keep your desktop or laptop safe. As a recent story by USA Today says, malvertising is yet another threat to computer users. According to the story, malvertising is another word for malware that is hidden in online […]

 
 

Should developers be required to create apps for BlackBerry devices?

Should developers be required to create apps for BlackBerry devices?

It’s not easy for BlackBerry these days. There was a time when BlackBerry phones and mobile devices were hot. Today, they’re an afterthought when compared to devices powered by Apple’s iOS operating system or devices fueled by Google’s Android system. Part of the problem? Many app developers only develop apps […]

 
 

The HP Omen might be the ideal gaming laptop

The HP Omen might be the ideal gaming laptop

The most serious of gamers aren’t always fans of laptops. The reason? Laptops don’t pack as much power as do desktop PCs. Because of this, they sometimes struggle to handle the most intense, and visually minded, of video games. But, as the Gizmodo website says in a recent story, the […]