The game may not quite be a household name on the level of the most famous video games of all time yet, but it’s quietly worked its way into the fabric of society in a way that very few games ever have.
An example of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs’ first computer breaks a record at a Cologne, Germany auction.
Despite its low price, the Hisense Sero 7 LT tablet doesn’t seem terrible on paper.
Remember Star Trek‘s tricorder? Someone’s making the early 21st century version of one.
Apple’s design honcho Jony Ive reportedly has quite a drastic change in store for the next version of iOS.
This is a bicycle – slightly modified – that’s capable of hitting 163 miles per hour. By “slightly modified” I mean that there’s a rocket attached to the back of it. No big deal.
The mobile platform wars are a fascinating topic. Why dumb them down by obsessively trying to pick a winner?
Cheating has a long and storied history in video games, from the infamous Konami code to playing as Bill Clinton in NBA Jam. But that was back when gaming meant sitting huddled around a TV in the basement with your friends.
Here are the most useful keyboard shortcuts in Mountain Lion (and all OS X versions, starting with OS X 10.2 Jaguar), plus a selection of trackpad swipes, flicks, taps and pinches.
A company called Amprius is getting closer to delivering salvation from so-so smartphone batteries.
Join us on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 1PM Eastern for a Google+ Hangout to discuss all things Minecraft.
If you think 3D printing’s overhyped, you clearly haven’t seen this.
Soon it will take only the click of a mouse or finger swipe on a tablet to explore some of the Galapagos Islands’ most remote areas, surrounding waters and unique creatures.