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Tech News Roundup - Microsoft Calls Wii Fans 'Babies'

Tech News Roundup - Microsoft Calls Wii Fans 'Babies'

  • Now that their new Elite system is out, the boys at Microsoft are starting to feel a little high and mighty. Ga Ga Goo Goo: Microsoft calls Wii Fans Babies - Gizmodo
  • Electronics like your TV consume power whether they're turned on or not, meaning that even though you may not be watching TV, your TV's still eating up a lot of power. It's time to take control and go green! How to go green with your electronics - Lifehacker
  • LG just announced their plan to pre-install Google services on "millions" of LG cellphones in North America and beyond. So the headline over at Telecoms Korea which reads, "LG to launch Google Phone in Q2" is in fact just Google software and not the magical Google phone touted by the rumor mill. LG announces phones with Google, not Google phone - Engadget
  • The Princess style PC case ‘Fairy Moon’ from Coolermaster is sure to enthrall all the geeky girls out there. This fairytale design is created by an Italian designer, Chiara Dondi was launched at CeBIT 2007. It's bling bling. CoolerMaster debuts desktop computer cases - Born Rich
  • As people's inboxes continually expand, e-mail providers have been trying to outdo each other to stay on top of the (literally) ever-growing market. That's why, on the verge of the 10-year anniversary of the service, Yahoo! Mail will no longer have a storage limit as of this coming May. Yahoo! Mail gets unlimited storage, Flickr may be next - Ars Technica
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kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
Ulminited Flickr storage?!? Hurrah!!
ZergGirl ZergGirl 10 years
Also, calling potential customers names....yeah, that'll move your product. The article purports a belief that by the time a Wii player turns 14, they'll want something more substantial in a system. What's really hurting them is the way Wii has connected to the adult/60+ market. My father-in-law went completely nuts over our Wii, and now has one of his own which he plays everyday. He won't touch a computer game, an Xbox, or a Playstation. But Wii is uncomplicated and most of all, fun to him. They've put out games he WANTS to play, like bowling, tennis, pingpong, and golf. Dad doesn't want to be Master Chief, but he does want to beat Mom's bowling score, LOL!
ZergGirl ZergGirl 10 years
Also, calling potential customers names....yeah, that'll move your product.The article purports a belief that by the time a Wii player turns 14, they'll want something more substantial in a system. What's really hurting them is the way Wii has connected to the adult/60+ market. My father-in-law went completely nuts over our Wii, and now has one of his own which he plays everyday. He won't touch a computer game, an Xbox, or a Playstation. But Wii is uncomplicated and most of all, fun to him. They've put out games he WANTS to play, like bowling, tennis, pingpong, and golf. Dad doesn't want to be Master Chief, but he does want to beat Mom's bowling score, LOL!
ZergGirl ZergGirl 10 years
The "Fairy Moon" PC case--- no. Just.... no.
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