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[Quiz] Real Google Acquisition, or Fictional Company?

A lot of the companies that Google acquires sound a bit…fake. I mean, half of them sound like an evil corporation from a Marvel comic. But can you tell the difference between big, Google-acquired companies, and fictional companies from famous movies? That’s the challenge in our new quiz. Give it a try with our new quiz. [playbuzz-game game=”http://www.playbuzz.com/michaels11/google-acquisition-or-fictional-company-from-a-movie”] Sign up for our weekly newsletter,...




Apple Co-founder “Steve [Jobs] Didn’t Have To Be So Much of a Bastard (video)

Usually Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has only good things to say about Steve Jobs, but in this in video he  leaks some of his true feelings and tensions on the deceased Apple cofounder. Towards the end, when asked about the departure of Apple’s Scott Forestall, he says “I don’t believe Steve had to be as much of a rugged bastard, putting people down and...




Happy New Years- Our Tech Predictions for 2013 are HERE!

Happy 2013! All of the horrible stuff that happened in 2012 is behind us, the world is still here, and we’re going to see some great tech in 2013. We wrote about what we expected  for 2013 over the summer, but I’ll sum up the basics below, and then leave the links below to the full posts.   Classrooms to the Cloud- Education Goes...




I Could Talk About Technology But…

I could talk about technology as usual, but today I’m going to do something different. As we close the year, I want to highlight an organization that doesn’t get enough credit. How many times have you been on Wikipedia this year? Dozens? Hundreds of times perhaps? Every poorly researched research paper, and verified scientific fact you get from them is  ad- free thanks to...




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This Must Be The Apocalypse! Microsoft Tech Support Impressed Me

Normally I’m not impressed by Steve Balmer and Co., but as I was playing around with the Microsoft’s support section, their new support plan impressed me. This is from reading the description, but it actually seems like Microsoft has made an effort to improve their horrid customer service. Everything has improved except the grammar of their agents. See this passage from their support page:...