No whining about wanting the last six minutes of your lives back. I had to go through it and I’ll be damned if you don’t either.
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I’m happy to report that Lev has returned from book leave! What a joyous occasion for me. Not to discredit Steve or Allie, but I’ve missed Lev. We’re like the Three Amigos minus the third Amigo, you know?
I’m not entirely sure which episode this is but I’m being told that it’s episode number 11.
Anyway, Lev chats about …
Warpia’s wireless A/V set consists of a USB stick that installs itself as a secondary DisplayPort video card on your computer and transmits video and audio data to a second USB stick that sits inside a dock connected to your TV via HDMI or VGA.
The system uses Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology to stream up to 720p video across a short …
The third installment in Sony’s wildly popular SOCOM: US Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo series ships next Tuesday and today, TECHLAND has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how the game was made. I recently sat down with Slant Six, the team that developed Fireteam Bravo 3 in San Francisco and learned just how intense it was to make this …
The latest from the Muppets. I should have known Beaker was a prog rock guy:
Nice Trogdor reference.
I offer this as reparations for having dissed The Dark Crystal on Twitter.
And so the epic saga continues with three new videos chronicling the life of the Nexus One. Check out the first video here and read our review here. The stress testing is definitely worth a go.
Yes, it’s true, the prodigal son has returned.
This week, Steve and I get down to business with Technotise, Frozen, the Kindle and BioShock 2! I’m normally pretty ADD, but it was really hard to shoot the show this week. All I wanted to do was kick some ass as a Big Daddy.
Okay, I have to get back to playing BioShock 2.
Consider this YouTube Fridays.
At $60 per month and a two-year contract, mobile broadband internet access from the likes of T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint isn’t exactly cheap. But Virgin Mobile offers prepaid 3G mobile internet access without a contract.
Sure, your $60 doesn’t get you as much as you’d get with a monthly plan (1GB on Virgin Mobile versus 5GB …