Category: Technology

  • First Gamescom articles are up

    I went to Cologne, Germany for a couple of days this week to visit Gamescom. This new trade show is the replacement for the Games Convention in Leipzig and it was immediately a big hit, Koelmesse announced today that the first edition of the five-days long fair received a total of 245,000 visitors, making it […]

  • Going to GamesCom this summer

    It’s been a while since my last post blog post, didn’t really have much to say This week I booked a hotel room for GamesCom, this is a new games and entertainment show in Cologne, Germany. It’s somewhat the unofficial successor of the Games Convention event that took place in Leipzig the last couple of […]

  • Windows 7 beta leaked, looks good

    As you may have heard by now, the first beta version of Windows 7 has been leaked on the Internet. Windows Vista shipped in November 2006 and the next version of Microsoft’s operating system may arrive a lot sooner than most people anticipated because, too put it mildly, Windows Vista didn’t really manage to capture […]

  • A peek inside Intel’s press sample cabinet

    While browsing around a bit on Intel’s blogs to find out if there were any new juicy bits of information I found an funny post by Daniel Snyder, Intel’s press sample guy. He provides a very brief peek into his press sample cabinet and shows a couple of interesting things. First up is a photo […]

  • PC Magazine bites the dust

    I read this morning that Ziff Davis will cease the print edition of PC Magazine to take the publication online, the January 2009 will be the last paper edition of this 27-year old computer magazine. The reason for the move to go web-only is the declining circulation and plummeting advertising. PC Magazine’s circulation dropped from […]