The two devices are the same size and the same price. But there are differences. Which should you choose?
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It wasn't that Twitter and Facebook outmaneuvered Digg. The difference was maturity. Twitter and Facebook kept their eye on their corporate mission and their message discipline.
Here's a DIY device that carves a face. Very creative and interesting use of consumer robotics.
Microsoft has apparently grown some serious stones. Ballsy move, Ballmer.
Even though we still don't know much about the Surface models, I can give you some advice, at least within certain basic parameters.
This is not an argument for the faint of heart. There are strong benefits to running your own IT infrastructure, and equally strong benefits to letting it be someone else's problem.
Ten bits of wisdom earned the hard way: from making mistakes and learning from them.
Quite honestly, this is as baffling as New Coke was to Coca Cola consumers worldwide.
Watch a 4-minute video of a Kinect-based robot built with Microsoft's robotics kit, designed to follow its owner around the house. Of special note are the cans of Kinect-branded soda.
Microsoft has doubled-down on the Xbox as an entertainment hub, but the one thing the company doesn't really have is a portable Xbox solution.