The new Tt eSports Challenger Prime keyboard proves that it is a feature packed entry-level motherboard that costs much less than you would think.
Mionix proposes to make a gaming mouse that tracks the user’s vitals.
Verizon is trying to make people’s travels during the holidays easier with Connection Day by giving everyone digital gifts to make travel just a bit easier
Anonabox was supposed to be an open sourced anonymizer that enabled people to quickly and easily browse the internet anonymously — except it was all a farce.
Yesterday, Apple and IBM announced that they would be entering into a partnership where IBM would help Apple develop enterprise software for iOS devices and Apple would supply OS and hardware to enable those enterprise applications. This announcement marked the first partnership or relationship between the two companies since Apple stopped using IBM’s Power PC CPUs in their systems in 2006 with the last product announced in 2005. It’s been a long time since the two companies have worked together on anything and now that IBM is mostly a software company (They still have the Power Architecture and Power Chips for HPC) it makes sense
Apparently the IRS has taken the stance that Open Source projects, that are either created through the collaborations of individuals or corporations (which the government increasingly considers people) are not eligible for non-profit status. This news comes as the OpenStack foundation and Yorba foundation have both recently been denied by the IRS for non-profit status. While it may be true that some open source projects may not necessarily be deserving of non-profit status, most of these projects are run by a community of people and/or companies that come together for a common cause. They also make most of their software free and open to the public
If you weren’t already aware, Adobe has released the 2014 update to Adobe’s Creative Cloud. That release came less than two weeks ago and this weekend we learned that Adobe has actually automatically opted all Creative Cloud users into their ‘experience sharing’ program. If you go to Adobe’s App Usage page, (which requires a login to see, unsurprisingly) you can see where it says,“Beginning with the 2014 Release, you have the option to share information with Adobe about how you use the Creative Cloud desktop apps.” However, if you actually go to this page when you’re logged in, Adobe has already so kindly checked this
Adobe appears to be in a bit of a crisis with what they want the public to know. A few days ago, Adobe announced that they would be making a big announcement on June 18th about the new Creative Cloud for 2014. This announcement detailed a lot of things that Adobe planned to announce for or related to the new Creative Cloud for 2014, but then they moderated their post today and removed all of the details about what they planned to show. Thanks to Google’s Cache and the Google Cache Browser, it was fairly easy to go back and get the details that Adobe