We normally don’t look at cooking as a way to generate tech discussions or exemplify geek awesomeness, but this sort of cooking does the trick. Fans of the game Portal should be very familiar with the concept of “the cake’s a lie.” If you played the game, you probably cannot look at cake (or the… Continue reading This cake is not a lie
Valve and Nintendo have sort of been gaming chalk and cheese in the past – but that may not be so forever! Valve co-founder Gabe Newell has whispered what is perhaps the sweetest nothing into Joystiq‘s ear regarding a possible harmonious future on Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U. “We’ve always loved Nintendo,” asserts Gabe. “Wii U… Continue reading Valve + Nintendo = Gaming heaven?
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APAcU3YBhYc[/youtube] Who doesn’t love an idea of jumping through portals to solve complicated puzzels? Not to mention the possibility of beating a game while running backwards in under 10 minutes. That’s what you get with the original Portal. But today it just got more interesting — Portal 2 is now available. Thanks to a challenge… Continue reading Portal 2 ships earlier than expected, destroys productivity in the process
As Toby mentioned yesterday, Apple is pretty adamant that the signal problem isn’t their fault, citing in yesterday’s press conference that the problem is not only equally common to all phones, but that the iPhone 4 itself isn’t even experiencing much of an issue. This whole mess was just a result of overzealous bloggers jumping… Continue reading Apple’s Antenna Lab – One Malevolent Female Robot Away From Being Portal