Nah, we’re just kidding about the pounce part. These furballs aren’t violent and whatever creeping suspicions you have about the contrary, it’s totally unfounded. Don’t you trust us?
We hope you have a hankering for old school RTS action, but if you don’t that’s okay, EA didn’t want you to have it anyway. Or at least not yet. Good things come to those who wait, don’t you know and especially to those who are waiting for a new C&C after last year’s disappointingly mediocre outing.
Ah, Nintendo’s GameCube. It certainly brings back memories of a product that’s best not remembered. In fact, does anyone even harbor fond memories of the GameCube? It was an epic fail, right?
Ages from now, when the machines are the overlords of this world, Watson’s little tiff with human contestants on Jeopardy will be hailed as a historic confrontation where A.I. entities first bested their imbecilic masters.
We can’t stress this enough. As the graphic below indicates, the Maersk Triple E is humongous beyond imagining. It’s so huge, its very presence in the high seas will upset global shipping costs.
How? By having a sonar device detect whether a user is in front of the PC station. When the user/person leaves, the station logs off automatically, leaving no room for compromise.
It looks like a pen, perhaps even smells like one, but it’s not. It’s a small HDMI camcorder from Thanko who want to outdo the built-in cam on your smartphone. How is this little gadget better, you ask?
Google’s rising independent YouTube Stars might have a little more competition from Hollywood soon if Google’s plans to invest in Celebrity YouTube Channels pays off. Google is looking to expand its celebrity channels by offering already established stars $5 million dollars to create their own YouTube channel.
Google s looking to invest $100 million dollars in the project, backing 20 celebrities. The $5 million investment by Google would would cover salaries, production values, and give the celebrity full ownership of the YouTube show.
Why bother going for a measly 50 inch 3D screen when you can now purchase Sony’s new VPL-VW90ES 3D projector for $10,000 and go for the full cinema experience any where you like.
The high-priced projector, is the first one to earn Sony’s “Elevated Standard” (ES) tag, indicating that the projector has passed with outstanding video experience, and an overall high build quality. The VPL-VW90ES features a 240Hz framerate, together with 1,000 ANSI lumens brightness, due to its Ultra High Performance (UHP) lamp.
Huawei are currently securing a deal with London Underground that will allow them to install a Cellular Network in London’s Underground railway system ready for the up and coming 2012 Olympics.
The deal would include telecoms equipment provided by Huawei, with installation and maintenance work carried out by Thales. It is estimated that the system will cost in excess of £100 million, with the telecoms equipment being installed along the roof of the Underground’s tunnels.
Idapt have updated their universal charging dock to the new i2+ which allows you to charge up to 3 mobile devices simultaneously and is compatible with over 4,000 mobile electronic devices including the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Nintendo DS, PSP, GPS systems, digital cameras, and Bluetooth products.
Further to the Nintendo 3DS being taken apart before it was even before its official launched by Nintendo a Chinese site has been able to get their hands on another 3DS before the official sales release in Japan this month and done the honourable thing and torn it down revealing all its secrets. Including the new 3D display that does not require any special 3D glasses to view.