#CES2010: The Boxee Set Top Box Fortells the Coming Convergence [video update]

Michael Sean Wright | January 10th

Today’s the last day of CES, but we’re getting our first few features done and posted. First up, Boxee.  A company that continues to gain momentum and pile up awards for their slick, robust and cutting-edge...»

#CES2010: Is Social Media Killing Your Battery?

Anthony Farrior | January 8th

We don't always talk about this too much, but it’s something we all think about: if you have a smartphone, prepare to plug it back up by the end of


How To: Make Your Blog Go Mainstream

Anthony Farrior | January 8th

I figure the beginning of 2010 is the perfect time to ask the above question. Two years ago the question was how to make money blogging, and many found the answer to that.

The key


Why I Trust Microsoft but not Google

Anthony Farrior | January 8th

I couldn't do it. I was there ready to order the Nexus One but something terrible happened. When i looked up the T-mobile rep said thanx for ordering my new


Pete Cashmore Almost Denies an Aol Buyout

Art Lindsey III | January 8th

Hello, boys and girls. Welcome to day two of “As the Overrated Blog Turns”.

Just a little while ago, Pete Cashmore took some time off between mirror visits to bang out a response


SocialWebTV Double Feature: Chris Messina Joins Google and 2010 Predictions

John McCrea, David Recordon, and Joseph Smarr | January 7th

Early this morning, the Social Web TV broke the news that Chris Messina is joining Google! This follows on the heels of Joseph Smarr’s announcement in December that


Nothing Happens Until Somebody Sells Something – or Scores a Goal

Chris Selland | January 7th

Last night, while watching (sort of) a very boring Orange Bowl, I was belatedly catching up with my TwitterStream and saw quite a few Tweets raving about the terrific World Junior Hockey Championship game going on


#CES2010: PopBox Media Center [video post]

Art Fewell | January 7th

I got a chance to go hands on and give an overview of the new PopBox Media Center appliance from the official CES 2010 press pre-show.


Hollywood Windows: Netflix Disallowed New Releases

Glenn Manishin | January 7th

There has been much discussion recently about the movie industry’s efforts to maintain its product release “windows,” so that theatrical performances precede pay-per-view, followed by DVD sales, pay TV (HBO, etc.) and finally advertiser-supported television.


Steve Ballmer’s Keynote Put Me to Sleep [A Fanboy’s Critique]

Art Lindsey III | January 7th

As I write this, I have just finished watching MS keynote from CES 2010, and wow, am I depressed.  In fact, I didn’t even see all of it because of a technical problem, and I’m still...»