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OneDrive Goes Unlimited (for Office 365)

The battle for your online data continues to rage on and Microsoft has recently upped their game by offering absolutely unlimited storage in your OneDrive - if you are a subscriber to Office 365. While this sounds amazing, the reality is that most people never even got close to their initial 7GB of space as documents don't take up that much space. However, as you plug this into your PC and use it for online backup, you will use more - but it will take a pretty impressive pipe to make it useful.

While unlimited storage is another important milestone for OneDrive we believe the true value of cloud storage is only realized when it is tightly integrated with the tools people use to communicate, create, and collaborate, both personally and professionally. That is why unlimited storage is just one small part of our broader promise to deliver a single experience across work and life that helps people store, sync, share, and collaborate on all the files that are important to them, all while meeting the security and compliance needs of even the most stringent organizations.

Source: OneDrive

StratEx Jump from 135,000 feet

Felix Baumgartner is no longer the record holder for the worlds highest jump. That title now goes to Alan Eustace. He's a Google VP that did this project on his own and has been working on it since 2011. This is pretty amazing and he didn't even use a capsule. Go Alan!


Source: Vimeo

9 Biggest Mess Ups in Tech History

It really is tough to create a new product - or a new product category when it comes to technology. There have been some amazing improvements and advancements over the past few years, but there has also been a fair share of things that didn't work out as well in the real world as they did in the boardroom brainstorming session. Take a look at nine of the biggest mess ups at the link below.

Google does a lot right. Snatching up Android? Pretty solid. Developing amazing software and smartphone tools? Not too bad. Oh, and that search engine isn't too bad either. But even the biggest companies can't escape the occasional tech blunder, and Nexus Q was exactly that. Announced in 2012, Google handed out this $300 digital media player known as Nexus Q to everyone attending the 2012 Google I/O conference.

Source: Gizmodo

12 Moments in Keyboard History

The mighty keyboard has been with us for many years and there have been a few radical ideas that have been received with very little enthusiasm. There are probably more than 12 (non)defining moments in keyboard history, but here are a dozen highlights to get you going.

At some point in the day, we all smash our fingers against some form of keyboard -- whether it's of the physical or virtual variety. In this week's Rewind, we take a look at how the keyboard's grown beyond its humble typewriter beginnings and taken on a life of its own.

Source: Engadget

Chromebook Shipments Up 67%

It appears that the low-cost Windows laptop hasn't really dipped into Chromebook sales. While many people approach the Chromebook like the new netbook, they really do offer more - if you're into the Google ecosystem. Even though some of these new Chromebooks are a bit more expensive, the overall sales are up 67% and growing. Way to go alternative OS!

Specifically, ABI found that Acer is continuing to maintain its lead over other vendors in the market, including Samsung, HP, and Dell. By ABI's count, the top three leading vendors, Acer, Samsung, and HP, accounted for 74 percent of all Chromebooks shipped during the first half of 2014. ABI doesn't see the top three changing in the waning months of 2014.

Source: ZDNet

AZZA XT 1W Full Tower Review

We have just posted up our review of the AZZAtek XT 1W full-tower chassis. This is a gaming case that breaks from the traditional look and gives you a fresh, tool-less experience. If it's as solid as it is good looking, it would be a hands down winner. Find out if this is your next case, or if you'll be better off with your gear in another box. Our review has all the details.

This is a big case.  No matter what components you have chosen, they will fit inside, with lots of room for cable or hose management. When you look at it, you can easily picture this case as the stand out piece in a pristine work space. With all the dark colored cases on the market, it is refreshing to see a white and blue theme from the XT 1.

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New Google "Inbox" to Replace Traditional GMail

There are a lot of people that use GMail - either directly or hosted by Google - as their primary email client and do everything with webmail outside of a dedicated mail client such as Outlook. The problem with this web-only method is that filters and sorting is sometimes difficult and if you get hundreds of emails a day, it can be easy to miss something important. The new email experience by Google is called "Inbox" and while it is invite only at the moment, it does show some promise - amid the initial confusion. Check it out and I'm sure you'll understand why.

If you're anything like us, Google's Gmail has an iron grip on your life. Google's looking to create a whole new iron grip with a new app from its Gmail team, and it's called "Inbox." What is it? That's a good question -- Google's made a demo slash advertisement video that we've dropped below. As far as we can tell, Inbox is a combination of Google Now and your Gmail inbox -- a "smart" inbox, if you will.

Source: Engadget

New Windows 10 Animations (and how to disable them)

The latest build of Windows 10 has rolled out quite successfully to users and is now at build 9860. These add some interesting new glamor to opening a window or launching a program. While I don't really judge an OS by it's "popping" windows, this has met with mixed reviews. You can check out the new animations below... then follow the link to see how to remove them if you don't like them.


Source: Neowin (remove animations)

Halo Nightfall Trailer

Movies based off of video games can be really, really horrible. Some movies based off of video games are decent. If this trailer actually is a fair representation of the upcoming Halo Nightfall movie, this could be a homerun. It looks fantastic.


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