See that? Up there, in the headline? You see? I used not only a question mark, but followed it with an exclamation point, calling attention to just how goddamn ridiculous this concept is. It’s no secret MySpace isn’t exactly the belle of the social networking ball anymore, and as such they’re losing a ton of… Continue reading MySpace to Charge For Streaming Music? For REAL?!
Heard of Pad Racer? If you’re busy sensually yet inadvertently rubbing your iPad against your shirtless self, you probably have. Once or twice. For the rest of you, Pad Racer is essentially slot car racing for Apple hardware. Using your iPhone/iPod Touch, you control a tiny stain of pixels – er, ‘car’ around a track… Continue reading Pad Racer Lets You Drive Across an Entire Landscape of iPads
I know what you’re thinking. Actually, you may even be using far more colorful language than I. But this isn’t the half of it. I’m actually having a hard time typing this article through my fit of giggles. But for all my tears, the TV Hat (seriously, that’s what it’s called. Simply ‘TV Hat’.) isn’t… Continue reading Things No One Will Ever Buy, Ever: The TV Hat
Your favorite eBook reader just became your least favorite game console. Japanese company KLab has successfully cloned the development kit for Amazon’s Kindle and released it open source – meaning developers can start churning out totally wicked sweet homebrew apps, right? Er, not quite yet. Below is a video of …jeez, do I even need… Continue reading Foray Into Kindle Gaming Proves It’s Still Only Good for Reading Stuff