Google Maps is available on a wide range of platforms, from Windows to Android to Mac OSX. However, there’s one incredible successful platform (over 60 million sold worldwide) that up until now has been sadly neglected. It seems Google has finally realized this, and is adding support for said platform: The Nintendo Entertainment System.read more
My predictions last August were close, but unfortunately not spot on. I predicted the Metro interface would be default on tablets, switching to the full desktop given a docking setup. Microsoft decided to go one step further, giving the user the ability to switch between both, at any time, on any setup.read more
Despite the fact that most of what was in the video still hasn’t come to reality, Corning apparently isn’t one to stand still. Just under a year after A Day of Glass was released, Corning released A Day of Glass 2.read more
Last fall, I was reading predictions for Black Friday sales, and many were saying that HDTVs would be a big sale item, because they were finally reaching market saturation. Prices have fallen to the several hundred-dollar range, and most people who want one, can get one. And indeed, Black Friday rolled around, and arguable the biggest sale item was Best Buy’s 42″ 1080p HDTV, for $200. That was the best deal, but there were over 50 over great ones, all below $400.read more
Gen Con LLC announced today that has signed an agreement with Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association (ICVA) that will allow Indianapolis to continue hosting Gen Con through at least 2020.
Gen Con is one of the nation’s largest annual gaming conventions, bringing in over 120,000 in turnstile attendance last year. Indianapolis should be happy with this deal given that the convention also brings in millions in revenue to local businesses. Read More to see the Press Release.read more