Xbox One hype is reaching fever pitch as the day approaches when the console is launched on November 22. The “futuristic” console is being touted as the new all-in-one entertainment system. It seems that consumers have forgotten, or do not care, that the Xbox One puts Big Brother in your home.
One drawback of the classic Xbox and it’s successor, the Xbox 360, was the size of the controller. Xbox One has now left that problem behind by designing more female friendly controllers. While the average gamer back when the classic and it’s large controller was designed usually consisted of teen boys who had slightly larger hands than their female counterparts, it was not a huge problem.
Microsoft has created the Xbox One Paris Hotel, where one could presumably order games via room service, in the run up to both Microsoft and Sony releasing their respective consoles. Competition between the two companies has geared up another notch or two.
Google Glass is set to bring those who can afford it Star Trek vision and now, music. According to Young Guru; record producer/DJ, it takes one step forward in Trek technology to enable holodeck reality. The “augmented-reality” eyewear is bringing the future into the lives of those who can spend $1,500 to purchase the fashion accessory and video device. The latest “hook” for Google’s new eyewear is music.
Not since the miniaturizing of the cell phone has the world seen such a significant life changing creation as experienced with Twitter. The microblogging site has enabled average citizens to broadcast real time news; live tweets during events; and create instant scandal among the rich and famous. Like the cell phone, it is hard to imagine living without Twitter.