Tag Archives: store

Storage 101: How to store kitchen tools and flatware

They say the key to organization is a place for everything and everything in its place. This is true for even the smallest items, such as your kitchen utensils. These include your everyday flatware as well as the many small but mighty cooking tools a serious chef requires. Here are some of my favorite options for storing your utensils, in any space and ... Read More »

The Humble Store is giving away free copies of Telltale’s The Walking Dead

Summer is officially over in two weeks, but a bunch of PC game stores want to keep the seasonal fun going with free and discounted titles. Right now, The Humble Store—run by the makers of the famous Humble Bundle—is giving away copies of The Walking Dead: Season 1 by Telltale Games. Arguably, Season 1 is the best set of episodes in the series and ... Read More »

Raunchy sex comedy game House Party briefly removed from PC store Steam

In House Party, you play as a man who meets, smooth talks and flirts with multiple women. (Eek! Games) A sex comedy video game called House Party was briefly removed from Steam, North America’s largest online store for PC games, sparking debate over its policies on nudity and sexual content. In House Party, by Florida-based Eek! Games, you play a man socializing with the ... Read More »

Microsoft Reveals Plans to Store Data in DNA

HIGHLIGHTS Microsoft is mulling storing its data into DNA strands An MIT report suggests Microsoft will be able to do it within this decade Scientists have been able to record 215 petabytes in a single DNA strand Microsoft is planning to start storing its data on strands of DNA within the next few years, the company’s computer architects have revealed. ... Read More »

Windows Store to Get iTunes; Fedora, SUSE Linux, and Ubuntu Are Coming as Well

HIGHLIGHTS Ubuntu is already available on Windows Store iTunes is coming soon Fedora and SUSE Lunux will arrive eventually Microsoft’s Build conference is underway, and the company is announcing a bunch of interesting things. Microsoft highlighted all the big features that are arriving with the Windows 10 Creators Update in the fall. One fresh big announcement includes the addition of ... Read More »

Researchers create wild ReRAM memory chips that store data and act like a processor

Computer scientists in Singapore and Germany have collaborated to create a resistive RAM chip that not only stores data but can act as a computer processor. The breakthrough uses state-of-the-art memory chips known as Redox-based, resistive switching random access memory (ReRAM) and could lead to much faster and thinner mobile devices. Today’s computers must transfer data from the memory storage ... Read More »

Lumia 950 XL now $299 at the Microsoft store

Microsoft has slashed the price of its flagship smartphone offering by a massive $200 and the Lumia 950 XL now costs a modest (for its top-shelf status) $299. The Lumia 950 (non-XL) goes for $249, $150 off, but is out of stock. You could splurge and get an HP Elite x3 – that one rocks the newer Snapdragon 820 chipset, ... Read More »

Michael Kors Access Bradshaw lands on the Google Store

After the Huawei Watch dropped out of the Google Store listing, it has since been replaced by the Michael Kors Access Bradshaw. We first talked about this watch back when it released, along with its sibling, the Access Dylan, which is a sporty version. The Bradshaw, in comparison, is a very large, traditional watch with a lot of bling for ... Read More »

Google is finally testing separate Apps and Games sections in the Play Store

One of the more baffling design choices that Google’s made a long time ago in its Play Store for Android has to do with the fact that apps and games are grouped together in one section, under the Apps & games heading. This obviously doesn’t make a lot of sense, since besides the fact that both categories consist of software ... Read More »

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare on Windows Store won’t let you play with Steam gamers

Continuing the trend of “Windows Store versions being demonstrably worse than their Steam counterparts,” Activision’s put out some disturbing news about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare—namely, that the Windows Store version isn’t cross-play compatible with either the Steam version or the Xbox version. Wait, what? I thought the big draw for games in the Windows Store was making Xbox and ... Read More »