Things aren’t looking too good for Palm after reports revealed sales for the lauded webOS devices have been less than spectacular. CEO Jon Rubenstein sent the following e-mail to the company to explain what went wrong.
This morning we announced preliminary results for our 2010 third quarter. Since the quarter has not
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010
Today in Techland: Evan caught up with the guys over at Rocksteady Games to talk about what went on behind the scenes during work on Batman game Arkham Asylum, while Peter and Steve chatted about all things Tron, The Crazies (Don’t miss: Steve’s Crazies review) and Cop Out during today’s
I was originally going to feature an anti-microbial touch-sensitive keyboard in this week’s Things I Didn’t Know Existed Until Today but then I came across these ridiculous Star Wars costumes for dogs.
WHAT THE FRAK?!
These poor animals.
Dogs do not want to wear costumes. I’m looking at you, Pirillo.
This little …
Over the decades, the only evil Batman hasn’t been able to vanquish was the dismal awfulness of his own video games. That all changed when Batman: Arkham Asylum–developed by British studio Rocksteady Games–hit consoles and PCs last summer. Gamers finally got to control the hyper-intelligent ass-kicker they’ve been reading about …
Peter Ha and Steven James Snyder dig into the latest Tron news, what they think of The Crazies, and why Cop Out shouldn’t be getting such tough reviews.
All that and more in today’s edition of the daily Nerdcast with Techland contributors and Time.com’s Caitlin Thompson. Click on the player above to listen.
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I don’t know. And having read this, I still don’t know if I know. But a website called Digital Battle lists the top 10 budgets ever. I’m not sure what their sources are, but if everybody’s reposting it, it must be true!
10. Killzone 2: $45 million
9. Final Fantasy XII: $48 million
8. LA Noire: $50 million
7. APB, $50 million
Get out your looking glass: We’ve got more peeks into Wonderland as Disney’s marketing bonanza continues.
We caught wind of these clips earlier today, and now, I’m wondering what percentage of the film we will have seen by opening night? (Check out all three below, but I’ll warn you: They’re really nothing to get excited …
It was a week of highs and lows for me. I was pleasantly surprised by some of the titles I took a chance on this week. Blackest Night came back strong after its hiatus but the three Siege titles that dropped were lackluster. Read on to see what action is in the Panel of the Week.
Batman and Robin #9
At this point I have to admit …
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