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3D-Printed Underwear Is Now A Reality

11/11/2013, Underwear is such an important piece of clothing we all should probably be wearing on a regular basis, although we know there are some of you who would prefer to live a lifestyle that’s a bit more free than the majority of folks, which means underwear...

Xbox Video Support For Windows Phone 7 And Zune Ends This February

11/10/2013, Microsoft has announced that it will no longer support Xbox Video on Windows Phone 7 and Zune. What this means is that any content previously purchased from Xbox Video will no longer be playable on Zune devices, Windows Phone 7 devices and through the...

McDonald’s Considering 3D Printing For Happy Meal Toys

11/07/2013, McDonald’s Happy Meal toys have been a staple of the restaurant chain for quite a long time. But the company that has served billions upon billions of burgers to the public may be considering using 3D printers inside of its stores in order to create...

Yet Another Analyst Thinks Microsoft Should Sell Off Bing And Xbox

11/06/2013, Remember the other day when we reported that the team who manages Microsoft co-founder’s considerable stock in the company suggested that Microsoft should spin off their Bing search engine and Xbox gaming business? It would seem as though they are not...

Ex Apple CEO John Sculley Almost Bought BlackBerry

11/06/2013, When BlackBerry was actively seeking a buyer, names of a lot of potential suitors came up. Lenovo, Cerberus Capital Management, Qualcomm and even ex Apple CEO John Sculley were rumored to be interested in making a bid, even BlackBerry’s co-founders...

BlackBerry Won’t Be Jumping On Android In The Near Future

11/06/2013, There has been a lot of speculation about BlackBerry’s future over the past few months. Uncertainty about it going private has finally ended, Fairfax is not going to acquire it rather it has pumped in an investment of $1 billion with other...

Stephen Elop And Alan Mulally Reportedly On Microsoft’s Shortlist

11/06/2013, There has been endless speculation about possible candidates who’ll get the top job at Microsoft ever since Steve Ballmer announced back in August that he is going to retire within 12 months. A number of names have surfaced again and again over the...