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You didn’t have to be a precog to guess that Fox was going to order the Minority Report pilot to be turned into a series. The sci-fi show not only comes with built-in […]
Lego Dimensions isn’t due out for four more months, but you may want to start saving your pennies now. There are going to be some awesome expansions offered, and they’re clearly not just […]
Chromebooks are popular and very affordable, but the functionality is severely limited once you leave the realm of normal web browsing. Thankfully, the increased competition from Google has driven the price of Windows […]
Waiting years for a company to tweak something feels so 20th century, so Microsoft is switching to continuous improvements for Windows.
When coming up with a title for a new game, developers have to think of something memorable, or descriptive, or ideally both. Really it needs to be as short as possible, or easy […]
The DS range of Nintendo handhelds are pretty hard-wearing games-playing devices, but you can find a lot of faulty models available on eBay for a handful of dollars. One of the common faults […]
With Marvel using this week to add absolutely everyone into the next Captain America movie, the other top comics publishing house, DC, added two more television series to their list of live action […]
Google’s search algorithms are designed to make information on the internet more readily accessible. A new feature for mobile search goes a step further by making food more readily accessible. All you have […]
Aside from feeding that loot treadmill addiction so you can stave off delirium tremens for just one more night, arguably the best part about playing an MMO is that it’s a growing, ever-changing, […]
Some banks in Japan are taking a step into the future by equipping employees with robotic exoskeletons that increase their lifting power. What do bank workers have to lift that’s so heavy? Fat […]
Microsoft already sells Surface devices in two sizes — 10 and 12 inches. Later this year, the Surface is going big. Really, really big. Targeted primarily at business users, Microsoft will offer the […]
The National Lampoon’s Vacation movie series holds a certain charm for people who remember the 1980s, and in this current age of using nostalgia to cut through the marketing noise, that means it […]
Joe Moscone wants to use toys to help people do more than liven up a bookshelf. The former Hunter PR publicist who worked on getting the word out about Hasbro’s many action figures […]
Want to keep your private stash extra private? With a Raspberry Pi and a little know-how, you can add two-factor authentication to a personal safe. The crew at Resin.io built this box to […]
2014 will be remembered as the year of the most widespread epidemic of the Ebola virus disease in history. It has claimed over 11,000 lives and infected over 26,ooo people across West Africa […]
Don't be fooled by the countless App Store clones and pretenders to the throne. These are the best, most in-depth CCGs on iOS and Android.
The gaming industry and gamers in general are split on whether Nintendo embracing mobile games is a good thing or not. It certainly opens up the company’s IP to a much wider audience, […]
If you want terabytes of storage inside your PC or laptop, then the traditional hard drive is still the obvious choice. 6TB drives are now common, and 8TB and even 10TB drives are […]
Sony KDL40R510C 40-inch HDTV If you’re searching for a nice minimalist smart TV, check out this 40-inch LED-lit model from Sony. It’s only 2.6-inches thick, features Motionflow XR 120 for super-smooth visuals, benefits […]
Think the $35 Raspberry Pi 2 is overpriced? Then perhaps you'd be interested in a computer that costs just $9.