Today marks the end of an era for both Microsoft and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CES isn't shutting its doors -- not that we know of, anyway -- but the keynote Steve Ballmer delivered is Microsoft's final one. It's pulling out of CES, and before the divorce is final, Ballmer has one final message he wants to make clear.
Maximum PC’s Loyd Case did an amazing job summarizing all the announcements at this year’s Google I/O conference, but if you’d prefer to relive the experience for yourself, you’re in luck. Head on over to The Google Code Channel on YouTube to find the main Keynote presentations from both days, along with all the snarky and sarcastic comments you can handle to help get you through the Angry Birds announcement.
Links to the individual videos can be found after the jump.
Gizmodo's exclusive coverage of a certain lost/stolen iPhone prototype has made it an anathema to Apple. Those expecting a thaw any time soon can pat themselves on the back for being optimistic because reconciliation is not currently on Apple's agenda. The company that pioneered the art of selling essentially the same device in different form factors has effectively banned Gizmodo from its Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote on Monday.
“It's no surprise: Apple has not responded to our requests to attend the WWDC keynote on Monday at 10am PST,” Gizmodo Editor Brian Lam wrote in a blog post. Left high and dry by Apple, the tech blog is now beseeching those planning to attend the event to contribute “live video, audio, instant messages and high-end photographs instantly.”