Twitter App Showdown: Echofon Pro vs Tweetie 2

Twitter is a necessary evil. And so is the iPhone. (But that has nothing to do with this review at all.)

It’s an unholy amalgamation. But so much information is readily available on Twitter that it’s become an undeniable necessity amongst Internet junkies. Like everything else in Apple’s App Store there’s an absurd amount of …

The Techland Show: Guest Host Edition

We’ve got a guest star for this week’s Techland Show: Me. Mr. culture/tv/movies. The guy who can’t really play video games – though I did have a glorious few years as a devoted player of Counter Strike.  I was the sniper on Dust, who waited patiently to pick you off one by one. You mocked me for slowing down the gameplay.

Now …

Box Art Reviews: The Death Of Fun Edition

Video games are supposed to be fun, right? But in this week’s round of box art reviews, where we look at the covers of new game releases, we wonder if the box art designers forgot that fact…

Learn Science (DS)
What’s on the box: Some test tubes filled with colored liquid, a telescope, a dinosaur skeleton, Einstein’s relativity …

Penny Arcade Explains Logitech’s PSPgo Rumor

There’s a rumor going around that Logitech is making a UMD add-on accessory for the PSPGo. It’s a pretty dumb rumor. Rather than circulating rumors, I’ve decided to share Penny Arcade’s latest webcomic with you. It sums up the situation nicely.

I excluded the last panel in the hopes that those of you who don’t read Penny …

Kodak Sells OLED Business to LG

Times are tough and $1000 digital photo frames just aren’t flying off the shelves fast enough for Kodak. In not so random twist of fate, Kodak announced that they would be selling off their OLED business to LG.

“As we said earlier this year, OLED is one of the businesses we wanted to reposition to maximize Kodak’s competitive …

Avatar the Book: Skim it Online

Remember when you first saw Star Wars, and started learning the rules of the Force for the very first time? Or how about Blade Runner or Minority Report, when you first peeked over the shoulders of Rick Deckard and John Anderton, looking out at their futuristic cityscapes?

Over the last six months, as I’ve talked Avatar with a good …

Syfy’s Alice: Shooting Up Wonderland

After much debate, I think I like the flying flamingo hovercrafts the best.

Syfy’s Alice, debuting Sunday night, is the first of two major Alice in Wonderland reboots slated to arrive over the next few months. Tim Burton’s big-screen version is poised for a March 5 release, and looking at all of the posters for his adaptation – …

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