The Daily Dose

Friday, April 16, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:

Will Comic-Con Really Leave San Diego?: Maybe. Comic-Con International has 30 days to make a decision on whether to stick with San Diego’s small spaces or move on to bigger pastures, aka Anaheim. It also looks like Vegas if officially out of the …

Leaked 7- And 10-inch Dell Tablets Not Coming That Soon

Dell is slowly ambling its way into the tablet arena. This summer we’ll see the Dell Streak 5, an unfortunately-named 5-inch Android tablet that’ll feature AT&T 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. That’s a decently sized screen but the 800×480 resolution may leave people wanting more.

In that spirit, Dell will also be launching 7- and

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The Techland Interview – L. Frank Baum, Part 2

We continue our chat with fan favorite, as he gives us a peek at the latest Oz sequel, The Tin Woodman of Oz. Baum takes on his controversial decision to bring back the ditzy Polychrome, the Rainbow’s Daughter, and finally dishes the dirt about the dark past of everyone’s …

Top 10 Hottest iPhone Games Right Now

The collective Hive Mind at Techland has compiled a list of the 10 hottest games available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. A sprinkling of classics to just released games made the cut and we’re sure you’ll like them just as much as we do. Have any you’d like to add? Sound off in comments.

The Daily Dose

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:

Studio ensures audiences that Captain America will indeed get some: British actress Hayley Atwell has been chosen to play Peggy Carter, the apple of Captain America/Steve Rogers eye opposite Chris Evans.

[via The Hollywood Reporter]

Tweet of …

2K’s XCOM Reboot Made Official

Just after midnight, 2K announced that the folks behind BioShock 2, 2K Marin, are currently developing a “re-imagining” of the storied XCOM franchise. For those that don’t remember, the XCOM franchise was a hit in the mid to late 90s and 2K acquired the rights from Atari in 2005. When it was announced that Ken Levine and the crew …

The Daily Dose

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:

iPad, suddenly much more appealing: Virtual pop-up book? Hell yes. This interactive Alice in Wonderland e-book looks incredible. Behold, the future.

[via The Daily What]

And the nominees are: Today, the nominees for this years Webby Awards …

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