Let’s face it: Making popcorn isn’t for the weak, the stupid or the faint of heart. It’s a complicated process that draws on more than one of your senses.
Do you use Windows 8? You’re about to get an update to Windows 8.1.
The concept is simple: Like Pepsi on Facebook and get a free can of Pepsi from a space-age vending machine that doesn’t accept money — it only accepts Facebook Likes. It’s a great marketing stunt, no?
For those of you keeping score in the pizza gimmick wars, we currently have Pizza Hut letting you order pizza through your Xbox versus Domino’s proof-of-concept DomiCopter.
This is a robot that not only pours you a beer, but “knows” not to if you start slopping your glass around.
The social media site takes another step to amp up its credibility while CNN targets a younger audience.
At last: Mojang’s Scrolls card-trading game has a release date and a price, though it was originally supposed to have those in April.
This is a bicycle – slightly modified – that’s capable of hitting 163 miles per hour. By “slightly modified” I mean that there’s a rocket attached to the back of it. No big deal.
Cheating has a long and storied history in video games, from the infamous Konami code to playing as Bill Clinton in NBA Jam. But that was back when gaming meant sitting huddled around a TV in the basement with your friends.
Join us on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 1PM Eastern for a Google+ Hangout to discuss all things Minecraft.
Innovation as we know it has reached its apex.
Sony’s new PlayStation 4 teaser reveals the forthcoming games console is definitely an object of some sort.