Stuart Schuffman spotted said sign.
Two hopping night-spots in San Francisco are the latest to ban Google Glass. SoMa's The Willows and the Mission's Sycamore are promoting patron privacy in their establishments.
But is this less about privacy and more about the growing anti-tech sentiment in the city?
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers are relieved that they don't have to look at a naked Scoble this time. Not to mention: Abby Martin and Abby Martin: Separated at birth?
Samsung's getting back into the Chromebook game with its new Chromebook 2 laptops. Here's a detailed look at the devices and what they have to offer.
Tami and Tony taken out behind the barn.
Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) new CEO is doing some spring-cleaning. Looks like Tami Reller's getting the blame for Windows 8, and there's simply no reason to keep Tony Bates hanging around like the metaphorical bad smell.
In other news, Scrooled-meister Mark Penn is getting a promotion. Oh brother.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers eyeroll until their extraocular muscles scream for mercy. Not to mention: MC Chris crosses the nerdcore streams, in tribute to Harold Ramis...
Google has removed a setting that let you revert to Chrome's original "New Tab" page -- but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck with the new design. Here's an updated workaround.
Google I/O is popular. But stop hitting F5.
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) says registration for its 2014 I/O conflab will be different. The sign-up process will be an "Austrian auction." [Did you invent that, just so you can make stupid Falco puns? -Ed.]
Attendees will be randomly selected, as if in some sort of high-tech Wonka factory.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers make it common knowledge.
The Storage Networking Industry Association recently hosted an industry summit, “The Future of Computing – The Convergence of Memory and Storage through Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).”
For a glimpse into the future, from some of the industry’s true thought leaders, check out the presentations and audio recordings. This view into the rapid developments in flash memory and other NVM technologies has given me a new-found appreciation for the concept of a software-defined data center (SDDC).
In battle for living room, $6758 claims sales lead.
Sony is rejoicing over the latest numbers for its next-gen games console. It's slaughtered its own sales goals, passing 5 million units about a month earlier than planned.
As of ten days ago, it's claiming 5.3 million sold. And it's not even on sale in Japan, yet. Imagine how many it'll shift when 'Station sales start at Sony's shirei-bu-kantorī, Saturday.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers run the numbers.
[Why are we channeling dumb ads in the headline today? You're fired -Ed.]
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers explain the inexplicable.
The traditional model of tiered storage is broken. “Fast and expensive vs. slow and cheap” doesn’t match how people actually use storage.
But there is a better way: service classifications.
Wrong Normandy, you idiot.
Nokia is still expected to unveil its Android phone this month. Despite the naysayers saying nay, it seems like it'll happen. It's said the reason is that Windows Phone doesn't work well on the low-end phones that are sold in emerging markets.
Who knows how long this will last.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers utter "fork" and "fragmentation."