After all the fuss over its Windows marketing campaign, Microsoft could now be forced to drop its new slogan — all because of a little-known company with an overpunctuated name.
Archive for September, 2008:
A videogame company is asking the internet what achievements of mankind should be recorded forever in space. Seriously.
Nintendo is currently enjoying the kind of victory that comes with deciding existing competition isn’t challenging enough, inventing a new sport ten times as big, and winning that as well.
Anyone who’s ever worked in tech support can tell you about the ridiculous requests people come up with — but some of the real-life inquiries we’ve found will leave even the most hardened techies laughing hard.
A new online service has a very important feature: Within five minutes, it can significantly boost your self-esteem — and all you have to do is sit back and watch.
Americans don’t always do grammar so
good goodly, and the UK ain’t too pleased. The launch of Apple’s new iPod ads in the U.K. is raising a minor uproar on the Internet — and in this case, the naysayers actually have a point.
Some new research suggests gamers are slightly fitter than you’d think — but also crazy as bats and sadly lacking in stamina.
A fast-growing mobile information service claims to be giving Google a run for its money. We decided to put it to the TechCult test. Could ChaCha survive our smartass challenge?