Making video games is hard, folks. The amount of time, money and energy it takes to make even simple games is so astounding that it's a miracle any of them come out at all.
In fact, plenty of them don't come out. Unforeseen changes, including everything from game developers running out of cash to new management teams killing projects, have spelled the end for many a promising title.
Good news on the “tired of dealing with lost clean energy haters” front (or just with misinformed but open-minded citizens) — some good folks with real energy facts have set up a new site, EnergyFactCheck.org. A pretty astounding no...
Lots of folks are giving RIM's new boss advice, but it takes only a few hard facts to rebut the notion that no radical change is needed.
Google's not trying to take on Apple. It's trying to make sure Google is everywhere the Internet is. The post Google's Going to Change the Gadget Game, But Not Like You Think appeared first on WIRED.
We hear plenty about the growing popularity of commercial and residential solar energy, but we hear too little about its role in farms. Dolf Ivener, founder of Sioux City, Iowa-based Hog Power Energy, is now plenty busy marketing hi...