You’ve been feeling a little lazy lately. So, you head to your local gym to inquire about classes
But instead of simply peeking into classes currently in session or reading a useless description, your virtual reality headgear instantly transports you into any offered fitness class. You hear pumping music, the instructor yells encouragement, other participants are pouring sweat
Nintendo is axing the much-hyped-yet-underdeveloped second screen service for its Wii U console, TVii. Before the Wii U’s 2012 launch, the company promised TVii would allow users to organize their live television, DVR-recorded shows and on-demand services like Hulu Plus and Netflix in one interface.
LOS ANGELES — If you’ve recently felt the healing power of a good, hard cry, you’re going to resonate with Inside Out. And if it’s been awhile since your last one, well … it won’t be long now.
Set mostly inside the mind of a prepubescent girl, Inside Out is one of the most inventive and emotionally stimulating movies of this decade, an animated deep dive into the mechanics of the human brain that also serves as an engaging, colorful science lesson-slash-therapy session for all ages
Valve activated Steam Broadcasting on Tuesday, which allows Steam’s millions of PC users to broadcast live gameplay to their friends without downloading any additional software
It’s a simple way to share your screen while gaming or to watch other gamers play. Just click on “watch game” from a friend’s profile; then, like with Twitch, you’ll see a smaller chat window appear that displays the game. You can also reach broadcasts from the Community tab in Steam
On a visit to Seattle last week, a couple of locals asked my opinion of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, because they couldn’t quite figure him out. This was telling in itself: Nadella has been on the job since February, and Seattle is pretty much a company town. Everyone understood his famously brash predecessor, Steve Ballmer, even if they didn’t like him; no one could yet get a handle on the gnomic new guy
I responded that in seeing him speak a couple of times, I had found Nadella remarkably…
We’re coming down to the wire in Mashable‘s Most Social Small Business challenge, our March Madness-style bracket to crown the nation’s most socially savvy small company.
This month, Mashable‘s ace team of social media experts spent countless hours dissecting our field of 32 killer small businesses to find out whose social presence is the mightiest (and the most refined) in the social media landscape.
We’ve already judged businesses based on their Facebook and Twitter presences and their use…
Taco Bell and T-Mobile have both gained attention in recent months for engaging with customers and other brands on Twitter, but a new study shows most big brands still hold off from the practice.
During the final three months of 2013, 98 of Interbrand’s top 100 global brands tweeted at least once and the average company tweeted 12 times per day, according to data from Simply Measured, a social media analytics provider. However, the report also found that 54% of these Interbrand companies…