I finally stopped playing Call of Duty: Black Ops awhile ago and have been waiting for a suitable multiplayer war game that really packs a punch. After one look at the multiplayer trailer for Battlefield 3, I think I have found my next major game purchase.
I am not artsy at all. I can’t draw, I can’t paint, and I am not the sort to make crafts. About as artsy as I get is building something out of LEGO on occasion or making the occasional scale model with my kids.
Most all of the gadgets that we have today are glossy on the outside. Many gadgets like smartphones and computers also have glossy screens on the inside. Glossy looks better than matte to most people but glossy surfaces get stained up with smears and fingerprints.
There are a bunch of gaming geeks out there that really like Minecraft, with its blocky game play and immense level-editing freedom. If you are among those fans of the game and happen to need a new smartphone, you need to hit up eBay while this auction is going on.
Benjamin Bachmeier’s HTPC set up is an amalgam of brands and technologies. The most obvious inspiration of course is Apple’s iPhone 4, after which the beautifully made case is modeled. But the 40″ screen on what Benjamin calls the iTableous isn’t a touchscreen, it’s a Toshiba LED LCD monitor, which in turn is connected to a PS3 and a Hackintosh that also runs Windows 7.
How would a Nyan Cat game be played? An on-rails shooter where the only command is to press a button to shoot rainbows out of Nyan Cat’s butt? Or perhaps a side-scrolling racing game where you press a button to propel Nyan Cat by shooting rainbows out of its butt?
This looks like an ordinary computer desktop, until you you see a giant fingers reaching down and starting to work the mouse. The whole thing looks like something that belongs in a doll house. The only question that’s left is whether it’s real or a fake.
Information about this tablet was originally released back in January during CES, but I haven’t heard much about it until this week. It’s set to launch in September with two different models. Do you think it make sense to have an integrated keyboard on your tablet?
This is just what Dr. Mario ordered. More Hot Rod colors for the Nintendo 3DS. Okay, just one new color, but it’s a nice one: Flame Red. This new version of Nintendo’s latest hand held will arrive on September 9th, 2011.
What is with Japan’s obsession with making watches that are difficult to read? While TokyoFlash seems to have cornered the market on weird and challenging digital watch designs, here’s an analog watch that’ll mess with your head too.
What could possibly go together than crocheting and Star Wars? After seeing these awesomely craftsy TIE Fighters, not much else in my opinion.
While I don’t usually associate the words “granny squares” with “Empire” or “Dark Side”, somehow it all works perfectly in these crocheted Tie Fighters by Denise of Yummy Pancake.
There have been several versions of Mario Kart racers and most range from okay to pretty decent, but these Super Deluxe versions put the rest to shame. They are larger than the rest and they zip around super fast.
Last month we talked a bit about a fake Apple Store in Kunming, China that was so convincing that some of the employees even though they worked for Apple. It was later discovered that there were about 22 other fake Apple Stores in Kunming and the authorities moved to close some of them down.
Google made one of the largest purchases that it has ever made today with the announcement that it would be buying Motorola Mobility. Motorola has its fingers into all sorts of tech markets and Google is purchasing the mobility product segment only.
Last night, ABC aired a new special called “i.am.FIRST: Science is Rock and Roll.” The show explored the 20th annual FIRST Robotics Championship, which is a competition for K-12 students, allowing them to show off their skills.