The coolest feature of Samsung’s forthcoming attempt at another “iPhone killer” may be a laser projection of a keyboard that owners can use to input text.
Russian technology site Roketzed got its hands on a rendering of the new phone, which, as Business Insider explains, is simply the shell of the phone without most of the planned features.
The video shows a super-thin phone, tentatively... » more
Review Score: 7.5/10
"...Sony's expanding roster of video game all stars deserve the title of brawlers." - Warp Pipe
It wasn't too long ago that Sony's most recognizable video game characters were having a drink together in a bar raising their glasses to the gamers that play them. Maybe someone forgot to tip the bartender, because now they are... » more
That exclamation still has a warm place in my heart carrying with it many holiday memories from when I'd first received my Nintendo Entertainment System and "Ice Climber", my very first NES game. Although the years have past, the excitement is still there this winter. Nintendo's Wii U is on the top of many holiday wish lists and they've sent us one to detail... » more
Apple’s voice-activated personal assistant Siri is spreading its disruptive powers beyond just the smartphone market. The technology was released to much fanfare in October 2011 and spawned a lengthy marketing campaign that helped the iPhone stay ahead of the growing competition in the mobile device sector.
Now, it’s behind a major upgrade to some of Chevrolet’s forthcoming lineup of small... » more
If you’re looking for a casual gamer’s headset this isn’t the product for you. You can save yourself a bunch of dough by opting for one of Logitech’s many amazing headsets. I’ve used several of them and they all work efficiently for the novice gamer.
But for hard-core gamers who eat, sleep and breathe headshots, and are willing to pay for that added experience, the Black Ops II Ear Force Tango... » more
Review Score: 7/10
"'Spy Hunter' on the PlayStation Vita is fun to play and worth a purchase for racing game fans and retro junkies alike." - Warp Pipe
'Spy Hunter' pulled audiences into the arcades in the 1980s and now the same high speed, road-racing action is back with a new paint job on both PlayStation Vita and the Nintendo 3DS. Don't... » more
I still look back fondly on my time playing 'Rainbow Six: Black Arrow' with my friends on the original Xbox. It was during a time when a wall of text was torn down and voice chatting was enabled between gamers from different households. On November 15th, 2001, Microsoft's debut home console set to revolutionize the industry with the first Halo video game (Halo: Combat Evolved) and other titles like... » more
There is no longer a subscription fee needed to alter time, speed up the harvest and teleport yourself into a galaxy far, far away.
'Star Wars: The Old Republic' is now free-to-play (F2P) and allows for anyone with a PC to join hundreds of thousands of MMORPG gamers in their quest for dominance between the Sith Empire and the Republic. I've reached the endgame of just three of... » more
'LittleBIGPlanet' has become an playground of creation for gamers of all ages to come together and craft seemingly endless content with one another. But Sackboy wasn't the only "Play, Create and Share" game in town. United Front Games' 'Modnation Racers' raised the bar on go-kart gaming with custom level designing all the while packaging one really fun driving game. When Sackboy appeared... » more
In the “Assassin’s Creed” series, Ubisoft has immersed players in key historical cruxes like 12th Century Damascus and 15th Century Venice through the eyes of “Brotherhood Assassins,” who track down and kill assigned targets (usually the Assassins’ archenemies, the Templars). Ezio Auditore, the charming Venetian as adept at taking maidens’ hearts as he is taking contracts’ lives, has been the focal... » more