Nintento Famicon turns 30, better known in the US as the Nintendo Entertainment System
You gotta be kidding me: A Nashville TN man has sued Apple because the Safari browser allows him to view porn (I guess that whole personal responsibility thing is for other people)
The Kremlin is going back to typewriters to prevent security leaks. Seriously. Moscow Times said so.
Apparently Microsoft is also trying to sell XBox One to businesses as a cheap video conference solution with Skype integration, Office 365 web apps, and the ability to stream from a tablet to the box.
PC sales have declined 5 quarters in a row according to IDC and Gartner, down 10-12%
Nokia announced the Lumia 1080, which is really just the 920 with…wait for it…a 41 MEGAPIXEL camera, with app that allows manual adjustment of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed
You can’t make this up: July 2nd launch of Proton-M rocket carrying three satelites for the GLONASS Navigation system (Russian GPS) crashed after 6-1/2 minutes of flight because “critical angular velocity sensors, DUS, installed upside down”
Surface RT prices drop: $349 for 32gb, $449 for 64gb model, not including cover. Permanent, or clearing inventory?
Acer, one of the few PC makers that actually sold Windows machines with Thunderbolt ports, is ditching them for USB 3
Here’s a 3D scanning program for OS X…that uses the Kinect? (link)
Apple has released Logic Pro X, same price as 9 at $199, in the Mac App Store. Sounds like they learned from FInal Cut Pro X, no missing features reported
Headaches for the mega-blockbuster
Hyperloop – what the heck is Musk on about this time? (link1) (link2)