As defensive as I am about video games, and my right to enjoy them like any other form of speech, I draw the line at declaring we don’t need any more knowledge.
While the popular narrative is going to be that the violent-video-game-hating NRA just licensed a self-promotional video game (and isn’t that hypocritical), the actual story is that it’s simply released an incredibly dull one.
CES isn’t a crisp snapshot of the state of the industry — it’s more of an incomplete data dump. But here’s the thing: Imperfect though it is, frustrating though it can be, it’s still valuable.
It turns out that Far Cry 3 wasn’t really a hamfisted story of a manchild-turned-jungle warrior, lousy with offensive white colonialism tropes. It was actually a subversion of those things.
Or so says the game’s lead writer, …
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a sobering report on Monday about the state of app privacy. And not just any apps — specifically mobile ones used by kids.
Speaking as an enthusiastic fan of both Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, here’s a list of things I hope Dark Souls II doesn’t do.
I’ll be surprised if you can buy a computer five years from now that doesn’t have a touchscreen — Apple products included.
The scientific evidence for disabling electronics on planes during takeoff and landing is scant to nonexistent, so why are we still being asked to disable our laptops, tablets and cellphones?
While I haven’t run into bugs or visual glitches on my Retina MacBook Pro, I have stumbled on a few quirks as well as at least one conspicuous hangover that altogether render iTunes 11 a less-than-premium experience.
Here’s what I’d like to see a new Xbox-whatever-it’s-called embrace.
The “six strikes” anti-piracy warning system — coming in early 2013 — is designed to track copyright infringers. But what happens if you’re on a shared Internet connection?