Throwback Thursday: Aleksander Barkov’s first NHL goal

Image courtesy of @turbuL3NT2 / COTP Photography
Image courtesy of @turbuL3NT2 / COTP Photography

The Panthers were thought to have gone slightly off the board when they drafted Aleksander Barkov second overall in the 2013 NHL Draft. However, after watching him play in his first NHL game, the Panthers organization and fanbase knew the right decision had been made. For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’ll take a look back at Aleksander Barkov’s first career NHL goal. Continue reading

Microsoft to unveil next-generation Xbox on May 21st

Posted by: Brett

Larry Hryb (also known as Major Nelson), the Director of Programming for Xbox Live at Microsoft, has announced via his personal blog that the company will be revealing the next-generation Xbox, code-named Durango, in Washington on May 21st. Microsoft also sent out invites to members of the press. Hryb says the console will “mark the beginning of a new generation of games, TV and entertainment” and says the event will be live streamed on Xbox.com, Xbox Live, and Spike TV.

Source: Microsoft (Larry Hryb)

Apple’s WWDC 2013 to begin on June 10th, ticket sales begin tomorrow

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Posted by: Brett

Apple has announced that their annual Worldwide Developers Conference will begin on Monday, June 10th, 2013 and run all the way until Friday, June 14th, 2013. Apple’s past two developer conferences brought software announcements, specifically major updates to iOS and OS X, and it looks like this year will be no different.  Continue reading

Apple announces Q2 2013 earnings, teases ‘exciting new product categories’

Posted by: Brett

Apple has posted their Q2 2013 earnings which include 37.4 million iPhones, 19.5 million iPads, just under 4 million Macs, and 5.6 million iPods sold, as well as a quarterly revenue of $43.6 billion. Apple brought in $9.5 billion in profit compared to last quarters profit of 13.1 billion which made it the most profitable quarter in tech history.  Continue reading

Twitter launches #Music for music discovery and streaming

Posted by: Brett

Twitter has finally launched its oft-rumored music discovery and streaming app called #Music. The app, launching first on iPhone and iPad, allows users to discover and stream music that is trending on Twitter. If you’re a Spotify or Rdio subscriber, you’ll be able to listen to full-length tracks, while if you aren’t subscribed to either of the aforementioned, you can listen to the iTunes preview of the song. The app is free and is available now in the App Store. Twitter has not yet mentioned availablity information for an Android version, but you can always visit the web version at https://music.twitter.com.

Source: App Store, #Music