Trailer for Transformers: War for Cybertron Just Blew My Mind

Truth be told, I was pleasantly surprised with Luxoflux’s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but now that I’ve seen High Moon’s War for Cybertron I feel ashamed for endorsing the title. Like, really ashamed. High Moon is best known for Darkwatch and Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Conspiracy. This trailer is not indicative of how the …

But Wait: James Cameron Almost Saved Spidey 18 Years Ago

In 1992, James Cameron was at the helm of what would be the first Spider-Man film, but even the man who would go on to bring us behemoths Titanic and Avatar was no match for the Spidey curse.

Clashes with Marvel execs squished Cameron’s spider wish, but not before the director had put a good amount of work into the doomed flick. …

The Politics of Avatar: America Bad

Whatever qualms you may have with James Cameron, you’ve got to admit: He know how to work an emotional payoff. From Sigourney Weaver stomping some alien ass in Aliens to a dramatic underwater resuscitation in The Abyss, he knows how to get under your skin. Even when the surface story is a little obvious. (Techland exlusive: James Cameron

Roundup Of Apple Tablet Rumors

Again, I’m not keen on posting rumors unless they come from legit sources or outlets. BGR has supposedly been tipped off from an Apple source on the Tablet. Here’s what he/she/it had to say.

• The tablet’s multi-touch gestures are “out of control.”
• It’s powered by an incredibly fast ARM CPU
• It runs on the iPhone

Rusty Wired Series: Want. Want. Want.

Action sports clothing lines have been embedding audio gear into their clothing for years. Fabric controls have become a staple throughout most snowboarding lines as well as built-in headphones, but not much has happened byway of everyday clothes. Or maybe I haven’t been looking around enough.

Rusty’s Wired Series is taking a …

Gmail Defaults To https

There’s surely some connection between Google flipping the switch on https access for everyone using Gmail as a default and the China debacle but they likely won’t admit it. Not that they need to but it became quite clear that Gmail accounts had been accessed via third parties yesterday when it was announced that Google might be …

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