Monthly Archives: January 2011
Slash Boom is one of the easier time-wasters I’ve played recently, but I still enjoyed it. The rules are very simple: Your goal is to blow most of the structure off the screen. At each level, you get two “slashes” … Continue reading
So, you’re a zombie. And you’re hungry, and you’re all pixelated. You’re going to stay pixelated and retro-looking, at least on this game. But you don’t have to stay hungry: In Zombie Bites, you run around the level, finding humans. … Continue reading
OK, I don’t actually have an iPad.
Hide your cables, hide your plugs! This elegant concept, the Plug Hub, can become real if enough people buy it. Think of the $24 you spend as an investment towards a lifetime of peace, serenity and organization. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/m3Un5hHRCO0/the-plug-hub-is-a-pretty-way-to-hide-your-ugly-cables … Continue reading
Way back in the 1970s, hardware-hacker hobbyists built kit computers like the Altair 8800 ? and in doing so paved the way for the computer revolution that would reshape every facet of modern life. Today the same breed of people … Continue reading
Your average hydrogen-powered car is a marvel of modern science — fuel cell sifting electrons out of pure H2 and emitting nothing but water — powered by big, heavy, high-pressure tanks of gas. Cella Energy is here to ditch the … Continue reading
Spikes Tend to Kill You has got to be one of the nicest games I’ve played in a while. It’s an old-school platformer, and it is very well made. You’re just a cube, and the graphics are retro. But the … Continue reading
Today?s LogicBUY deal is a series of stackable coupon codes for Lenovo ThinkPad laptops.
Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to Holocaust victims, in partnership with Google, has just created what can only be described as the definitive online Holocaust archive. The collection consists of 138,327 images, most of which are photos. The collection, which … Continue reading
Can’t wait until February 2nd to see more of Android 3.0 in action? That’s not a problem, as today we’ve got a whole 129 seconds of video showing Google’s latest mobile software doing its thing on the Nook Color. The … Continue reading