Regular viewers of NFL games will immediately know that teams have been using Microsoft’s Surface tablets to track plays, take notes, and communicate during games. For fans of football and tablet computing, Microsoft has announced a series of covers which add functionality and let you show your team pride.
You have completed every Assassin’s Creed game that has been released so far. You have the costumes. You live and breath the game. Why not brand the insignia of the Assassin Order into your flesh? Seems like the logical next step to me.
Do you miss playing one of your favorite games? Or have you played so many games that you can’t name them all? Perhaps you just want to kill time thinking about your favorite pastime? If you answered yes to any of those questions, head to GameLogos.
No, that is not a message sent from the future by James T. Kirk, warning us to treat the whales nicely. You’re looking at 30 lit quadcopter robots forming a Starfleet insignia in the night sky above London, just because they can.
Google’s Maps service is a wonderful evolution of the ever useful map. But sometimes street names and building numbers are still not enough cues for directions. I’m sure you’ve mentioned a nearby building or store as a landmark when you’re giving or asking for directions, simply because a building is easier to spot than a street sign.
While Apple is known for their industrial design and packaging, their early branding elements weren’t exactly the sleek, modern, minimal ones of the 21st century. That said, I still love the time capsule that is the 1983 Apple Gift Catalog.
Despite the fact that Apple’s lawyers are notorious for protecting their intellectual property rights, companies continue to tempt fate by releasing gadgets with Apple logos on them. Take, for example, this cute little speaker that looks just like the classic Apple logo, but made from wood.
A few years back, a guy busted open his iPhone and right before he polished it to a shiny mirrored finish, he snuck a little LED behind the Apple logo so it lit up. I always thought that was a cool design touch that Apple should consider adding themselves.
Here’s an awesome piece to complete your video game room: A huge Nintendo logo display. It has historic value too, since it was displayed at a CES convention back in the 1980s. It measures 4ft. x 1.5 ft, but I’m inclined to think that it’s much larger than that, because apparently it’s so huge that the seller couldn’t take a photograph of the whole thing.
Google is inviting K-12 students all over the United States to participate in Doodle 4 Google, a contest to see who can create the best Google doodle – you know, the modified logos of Google that they use to celebrate holidays, honor important people or commemorate special events.
Last year, a law was passed in France that, simply put, allows the government to screen the Internet usage of its citizens (supposedly) to watch out for copyright infringement. Using a three strikes rule, French citizens who are accused of online piracy for a third time will be sent to court, where a judge can give them a fine, or even disconnect them from the Internet.
Looking for sleek, slightly geeky cufflinks? You know Etsy is the place to go if you’re looking to subtly show off your proclivities while dressed in your best. And with these cufflinks, you can announce your allegiance in the console wars without messing up your look.