If you decided to fund your next car purchase by begging for money on a street corner and promising people that you would get a really sweet ride with the money, you would be treated like the tramp that you are. If you go on Kickstarter/Indiegogo or any other crowdfunded site, you are an entrepreneur who knows how to hustle and you are sticking it to the man (VC/Angel/Rich Uncle Larry).
Razer clearly hearts gamers, having debuted a high-end Windows gaming tablet (Razer Edge) earlier this year, and quickly following up with a 14-inch Ultrabook that launched this week.
Talk of immigration reform in the US has been halted by partisan bickering for years, and it might be about to start taking its toll on the economy, coupled with less than stellar high school education.
The review embargo has lifted on Razer's long-awaited ($1,000-$1,500) gaming tablet, and the reception has been somewhat less-than-stellar.
Thirty-five years ago today, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft set off on its journey to interstellar space - and it's now teetering on the edge.
Everyone is always debating the question of Amazon or Kindle, e-ink or LCD. Well, now there's a company that's finally saying, "Why not both?"
Google has announced an AT&T compatible version of its Nexus One smartphone.
Skype has released a version of its popular client for Symbian-based Nokia smartphones.