• Amazon Fire Phone Ranks as Barely Average

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    The brand new Amazon Fire phone has had mixed reviews from all over the Internet. It seems that Amazon has pushed a pretty good phone into the market place, but they just about can’t catch up with the latest technology. Although the phone is better in many ways than some phones, it’s a new device […]

  • Modern History: Background of Twitch.tv

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    Twitch.tv first started out as Justin.tv 2011 Founded by co-founders Emmett Shear and Justin Kan. The site had several categories but the gaming content on Justin.tv grew especially fast and eventually became the most popular content on the site. Due to this, they started kicking around an idea of building a website specifically around streaming […]

  • Mozilla’s Firefox OS Overview

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    If you’re familiar with web browsers, the Firefox name should be something that you’re familiar with. It’s also no surprise that you’ve probably heard of Mozilla’s new open source operating system for mobile devices and tablets, the Firefox OS. Firefox OS is essentially an operating system that’s dedicated to mobile devices. It’s based on Linux, […]

  • Why the Chinese Government is Creating their Own Linux

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    The government of  China has a published a statement saying that instead of using the Windows operating systems, it’s going to make it’s own operating system using Linux. Over 70% of China’s market-share has been using Windows XP. The decision was made to abolish Windows from china’s systems when Microsoft urged them to upgrade their […]

  • Why Did Amazon Buy Twitch.tv?

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    Video games have evolved from something people just played to something that people can now sit back and watch thanks to the fast internet access and multiplayer games. This new trend has enticed web giant Amazon to get into a $1.1 billion deal to buy Twitch which is the most popular website for watching people play games. […]

  • What Steve Ballmer Is Doing Now That He Has Left Microsoft.

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    Steven A. Ballmer was the CEO of Microsoft Corporation since January 2000 until his retirement in August 2014. Ballmer gave way to Nadella in February after an illustrious career at Microsoft ending his run as Microsoft CEO when he took over from founder Bill Gates, who has remained chairman. Ballmer later stepped down from the board but remains the single largest individual […]

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