Another week of tech news is upon us, and Ashley Esqueda has all of the news for the beginning of your week. Is Siri getting snarky with Google Glass already? Are Microsoft Points gone for good? Will Samsung have enough developers for a conference? All of this and more in the new episode of the Buffalo Bulletin.
Government officials and privacy advocates aren’t the only ones lobbing criticism toward Google’s wearable Glass technology. Apple’s Siri, which has been part of the company’s ecosystem since iOS 6, is now taking subtle jabs at Google’s much-talked about face computer. Even digital entities don’t think Glass is the future of technology. First highlighted by The […]
Following up on a promise from late last week, Motorola has rolled out a teaser image for the Moto X Developer Edition on its site. Over the weekend Motorola placed a teaser image on its site for the Developer Edition of its recently launched Moto X handset. The image doesn’t give away when exactly it […]
Fire up your Xbox 360 today, and you’ll be greeted with a new update (if you’re connected to the internet, of course). The update officially removes Microsoft Points from the Xbox experience. We’re using real money now, folks. Why is this good news? We won’t be buying currency in order to buy games. If a game […]
When fan’s ask Shuhei Yoshida, Sony Worldwide Studios President, a question on Twitter, there are instances where he just flat out responds with a clear and concise “yes” or “no.” It’s how we learned that all PlayStation 4 games will work with remote play on the PS Vita. He’s willing to divulge details. One fan […]
Want to develop apps for Samsung Smart TVs? What about special applications for its smartphones, or other mobile screens? Perfect. Samsung just opened up registration (after a slight delay) for its official developer conference. The event kicks off on Oct. 27 in San Francisco and wraps up on Oct. 29. Samsung said it will announce new software […]