Welcome back to a brand new episode of Buffalo Bulletin, where we chat about the biggest news in the world of technology. Up this week we have details on Comcast’s bid to acquire Time Warner Cable, Dennis Woodside leaving Motorola for Dropbox, Nintendo Direct announcements, a new installment of Angry Birds and the biggest movies coming to theaters in 2014.
This week's stories
Two of the biggest cable providers in the United States are about to join forces — at least, if they have their way. Comcast announced this morning its intentions to acquire Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, slightly more than the $44 billion figure that was rumored late last night. Time Warner shareholders will likely […]
Dennis Woodside is leaving Motorola Mobility for the CEO position over file sharing service Dropbox. It was announced late last month that Lenovo would be purchasing Motorola Mobility’s hardware division from Google for $2.91 billion. During a conference call with the press shortly after the announcement, TechnoBuffalo asked Lenovo CEO Yang Yanqing what the plans […]
This afternoon, Nintendo will host another Direct presentation. It’s set to be a big one, as it’s scheduled to run roughly 41 minutes in length. The Direct will begin at 5pm ET, 2pm PT and 10pm GMT. We got word of the direct in an email from Nintendo. That announcement indicated that this will be […]
Rovio has announced the next addition to the ever expanding Angry Birds gaming universe, Angry Birds Stella. The latest game to carry on the Angry Birds brand sounds as though it may be a bit different from the ones we’ve gotten used to. for instance, in the announcement release, there is not one mention of […]
New movie years always starts out slow, but in just a few short months, some big films will start hitting theaters. Think of the current lull—The LEGO Movie notwithstanding—as a way to build hype and drum up excitement for what’s to come. And, as we take a peek at this year’s outlook, there is plenty […]