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Last time we checked, Microsoft’s solution to the Wii’s motion controls, Project Natal was slated for the holiday season. GamesIndustry.biz reports that Microsoft Saudi marketing manager Syed Bilal Tariq said that Project Natal will launch “somewhere in October” worldwide. Granted, it’s not a solid release date, it’s still something to wet the fanboys who can’t […]


[Note: This is a re-post from Ploked from 4/28/10] More, more, more. In the tech world, who doesn’t want more megahertz in their CPUs? Faster and more powerful GPUs for the increasing demand of high definition video from 1080p. Moore’s Law states that every two years the number of transistors on a circuit board can […]


[Note: This is a re-post from Ploked from 3/2/10] No one cares if you’re a Mac or a PC. There is no such thing as being a Mac or being a PC, and anyone who says otherwise is a complete fanboy who needs to grow up and realize that we live in a world where […]


At last Monday’s Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Microsoft took the wraps off their next generation Windows operating system for their mobile division dubbed Windows Phone 7 Series. Ever since the wildly popular iPhone OS hit the scene in June 2007, Microsoft has been sitting on the edge of its seat, waiting to retaliate with […]


Pastatech gets a lot of flak for gearing towards Apple all the time (just look the tag and category sidebars, Apple is the largest one), but let me get this out right now – I am not an Apple fanboy by any means. I do not discriminate against any tech company. If products suck, they […]


Seriously. I love Hoggworks Studios puppets when they talk technology. Check out these two exclusive interviews Walt Mossberg has with Apple CEO, Steve Jobs and Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer. Which one do you like more? I’m leaning on the Ballmer one. Ballmer is always fun! Hoggworks Studios


Two graphs. One is a line and one is a bar. You can figure the rest out by yourself. I guess even Modern Warfare raking in $1 billion dollars in sales for Activision can’t bring the Xbox 360 and PS3 to even kiss the feet of Mario. Ars Technica