Pay attention Gears of War fans! It looks like we now know a bit more about what to expect from the next installment of Cliffy B.’s gaming masterwork.
Now we can’t say with 100% certainty that these rumors are true, but the guys over at GossipGamers tell us that an unnamed Russian gaming magazine leaked the following details about Gears of War 3:
Epic states that Gears of War 3 will end Marcus Fenix’s trilogy, but the series will continue in the forms of spin-offs, prequels, and even a new genre supposedly.
I am a big sci-fi fan and like to read sci-fi and watch sci-fi flicks. Any fan of sci-fi or cool interior design will really appreciate these sweet lamps that Jason Dietz has built and will be showing off at the Maker Faire this month.
If you love Star Wars as much as I do, then you’ll be pretty psyched to hear that you can now star in your own version of Star Wars! How cool is that?
All you need to do is go here and follow the instructions.
The iPad is a multitasking wonder – it’s a business tool, an e-book reader, a media player and a gaming system. Now we know it can also be a sports equipment, say, a skateboard.
Pro skater Chad Knight and Fuel TV host Jeff King test if the iPad is ride-worthy, and yes it is.
When I first saw this image yesterday, I had trouble figuring out what it exactly was. Luckily, I recognized San Francisco and traced it rapidly to artist Mike Horn. He made this series of still images after people asked for hi-res wallpapers from his videos Death Star Over San Francisco and Death Star Destroys Enterprise.
Mike Photoshopped them from his own personal photos and Star Wars images that he found on Wookieepedia.
Japanese IT company NEC claims they have developed “a video content identification technology that detects illegal copies of video content uploaded to the Internet in a matter of seconds.” I’m not entirely sure how this works, so bear with me on this one.
The ESRB’s website has frequently been a source of video game leaks and spoilers, but I don’t know what to make of this. Apparently there’s an upcoming game for the Nintendo Wii in which players tend to a fireplace.
Created by Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art, this Mario cake looks like it took quite a bit of time to put together, and you could only eat his body. From what I can tell, his head is made out of foam, covered with fondant.
Combining three of geekdom’s favorite technologies, here’s a nifty hack which allows you to play old SNES games on your iPad and control them with a Wii-mote.
In order to pull it off yourself, you’ll need to jailbreak your iPad, then install the latest version snes4iphone.
This hilarious LEGO stop-motion video recaps the original Star Wars movies, from Episode 4: A New Hope, to Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back, to Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi in just about 2 minutes.
When I was a kid, it baffled me that the Star Wars movies weren’t the beginning of the story, but the middle.
I can’t say that I have ever used a biometric sensor that works as promised. I once had a Dell laptop that had a fingerprint sensor. I could swipe my finger a million times and never log in with that thing.
What could be a better present for the geek or geekette in your life than this ultimate Space Invaders pendant? This pendant was designed by La Tête Au Cube, which roughly translates as your head cubed.
Boy Genius Report has pics of the iPhone OS 4 beta 3 in action, showing some of the new features in store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad owners. One of them is this totally new, magical, revolutionary concept that I can’t believe no one has thought of before: file sharing!
Someone forgot to tell Brando that Apple prefers form over function any day of the week. Brando’s Slim Bluetooth Keyboard may be one fugly gadget, but it is a lot more portable and cheaper than Apple’s own keyboard.