On today’s show, Seth Kerr and James Rath discuss PSP 2 Rumors, the new Playstation Phone, Classic Games available on the Wii, and Seth’s experience with Black Ops
Google has finally unveiled its long awaited web store for the upcoming release of its Chrome OS. Rumors flew around about an online store since it was said that the Chrome OS was going to be cloud-based.
My appologies to my audience, I have been running through a tough project at my work that demands my full attention. I promise to come back strong after this period of radio-silence.
Note: This is a article tells you why your computer freezes, and not how to fix it. Isn’t it annoying how sometimes software on your computer freezes when you’re trying to use it? Even wonder why that happens? Well if so, read on.
Okay, first I would like to start by apologize for not posting in like forever. I got real busy with school and family matters. Okay so now you know that lets get to this bizarre article. Article: Facebook has moved just a little closer to trademarking “face” in at least some context. Facebook’s 2005 applicationContinue reading “Facebook trying to trademark “face””
On October 22, 1998, Asmik Ace unleashed their monster on the world. Well, just Japan, but with the power of the internet, it’s being played today all over the world. It makes no sense. It’s random. It’s LSD, and it’s a reminder to the world why you don’t mess with Japan. It’s LSD. And it’sContinue reading “LSD – The Craziest Game Ever Made”
The other day, I was bored. So I pulled out my iPod touch, and was browsing through the Arcade Games section of the App Store. I looked at a few… didn’t see anything good. I downloaded a turkey shooting game, and a hedgehog launching game… they were o.k. Then I found a game calledContinue reading “iPhone App Spotlight: X Invasion 2”
Recently, I’ve been watching and reading a lot of top 10 lists. I started to notice a trend in some of them: THEY ARE ALL ALMOST EXACTLY THE SAME. To see if these games were really worth being on top of all these lists, I got a few of them. It wasn’t worth the effortContinue reading “The 5 Most Overrated games of all time”
Today, Facebook announced a new system of messaging between people at once where the control of the conversation is in the users hands. In the next few months a few new changes will be added Facebook to help make instant communication more centralized. In the video Facebook’s Joel Seligstein created, he categorizes the new system into 5 major new chapters. ChapterContinue reading “New Facebook Messaging System!”
This game is a classic! Its very simple to play, and the controls couldn’t be any easier. The goal? Kill your opponent with your bow and arrows. Depending on where you hit him, he’ll lose more or less damage. A headshot, for example, inflicts a lot of damage. You can play vs. the computer, or vs.Continue reading “iPhone App Spotlight: Archers”
A screenshot of my jailbroken iPod touch, with the Glasklart theme applied. Notice: I cannot be held responsible to any damage that occurs to your iPod touch/iPhone whilst following this tutorial. If you were like me, then you’ve probably seen here and there, people talking about how they jailbroke their iPhone, and how awesome itContinue reading “Jailbreaking your iPod touch”
Lemonade Tycoon is one of the best games I’ve found for the iPod touch/iPhone. Surprisingly, its free! You start out with a humble lemonade stand, in the suburbs, and by the end of the game have a $10,000 lemonade castle. But its the section in between that really makes this game worth it. At the startContinue reading “iPhone App Spotlight: Lemonade Tycoon”
For an internet browser, I’ve always been using firefox. I’ve tried switching to other things like chrome or Opera, but Firefox is just always the best. A few nights ago, my friend sent me something about a new browser called RockMelt. The message was clearly pre-written by the program, so it must have been anContinue reading “RockMelt – Your Google Chrome. Re-Imagined.”
Dell has decided to replace its internal use Blackberry with its own Windows Phone 7 devices. The heat is now on, and the competition are feeling it more and more.
Two months ago, there were rumors that Apple would be doubling the length of song previews in iTunes, which would benefit users and potentially lead to more sales. Today, Apple announced that they would be tripling the length of the previews to 90 seconds, which is more than enough time to get a good feel for a song, andContinue reading “Apple Increasing Song Previews To 90 Seconds”