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Category Archives: Gaming
This weeks podcast will focus on Leap Motion’s new input device, Google’s release of Chromecast and of course the usual gaming industry thoughts along w/some of my personal thoughts on wearable pc technology.
I’ve included my Youtube demo video of the Leapmotion controller in action using BetterTouchTool for some gestures on my mac mini. Continue reading
Today’s podcast will chat about Microsoft’s post E3 reversal of policy on DRM and checkins, the PS4 and how it can win this console war and some random mobile babble regarding iOS7 and Android. Enjoy! Continue reading
It’s official! The PS Vita has launched to everyone in the USA and Europe. I got my pre-order 3G + Wifi version today. Let’s take a look at what we get in the box! Continue reading
Today’s post is just a quick glimpse into this geek’s / blogger’s lair. My setup is based on modern contemporary design combined with technology and the idea of sharing my technology with guests. Keep on reading for the walk through pics and setup! Continue reading
Today’s post is a pure opinion and my thoughts on the current tech landscape. Apologies for the uber long time between posts, the ‘real’ job got crazy busy. So lets get to it, I’ll discuss my thoughts on RIM, tablets and some random console thoughts. Continue reading
I owned an Atari, Atari 2600, Master System (traded w/my cousin for his NES for a summer), Super NES (pal had a Genesis), PSone (best friend had a N64 on launch), PS2 and XBOX (never owned, but modded roommates) and now this gen: PS3, XBOX 360 Slim and of course the Wii. My portables included: original Gameboy, DS Lite, PSP, 3DS. Continue reading
Again, sorry about the lack of updates/posts my fellow readers. I finally just received my iCade iPad accessory from ThinkGeek.com that lets you use your iPad as an old arcade style cabinet. Check out the unboxing photos!
If your a geek, you probably have cord management issues. I know I do and finally have come up with a pretty decent solution. Today’s post will give an example of how I deal with cord management in my living room. Continue reading