Here are the top ten 90s television shows that you should watch right now!
Lenovo products have always been known to be sturdy, steady, reliable, work-horses. They may not have that visual appeal that Apple, HP, or Sony laptops do, but they make up for it big time with their ability to get the job done. Now it seems that Lenovo is trying to step up their game in the aesthetics department, which has been an ongoing process.
While there are still over 15 million iPads shipped by Apple, an impressive and outstanding number for such a new platform, Samsung is quickly proving that there is room for competition.
Not just content on helping Android take the second highest mobile phone ownership slot away from Apple, Samsung now seems prepared to put in all of its efforts to narrow the gap between iPads and Android-based tablets.
Wolfenstein 3D, a game said to popularize the first-person shooter genre and the first to feature WWII German baddies, is easy to find. It is available in many forms on many different systems and devices.
The game was originally released on the PC as shareware, but eventually found it’s way to Macintosh computers, Acorn Archimedes, Super NES, Atari Jaguar, Amiga 1200, Game Boy Advance, iPhone, 3DO, Nintendo Wii, Linux, and back onto PC via Valve’s Steam platform.
But it has never been recreated like this before! Now you can play Wolfenstein 3D as it was meant to be played: in 1D!
Will Ferrel will rejoin Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgandy cohort Steve Carell in an episode of The Office – which looks like just the right timing since Steve Carell and his character Michael will be leaving The Office and Dunder-Mifflin very soon.
It seems like this might be the first year that an online, web streaming version of a televised event may be superior to the actual TV version. That may be the case with the 2011 Oscars, hosted by James Franco and Anne Hathaway.
ABC is putting a ton of effort into their online portal for all things Oscars and it almost seems like they had web developers and web designers working till the wee hours of the morning for months (I hope they got a break after the launch!).
The life and times of this Bullet Bill from the Mario universe is one of loneliness and constant traveling.
The creator of this excellent bean bag even offers some tips to keep you Chain Chomp healthy:
Bean bag does not come filled or else the postage rates would be astronomical! So he is folded and flat packed into a sturdy parcel. Bowser suggests filling him with three or more (500g) bags of polystyrene beans depending on how smooshy or full you want him.
Face Off has no relation to the Nicolas Cage/John Travolta movie of the same name (although it should – Nicolas Cage does a lot of good work). SyFy TV’s version of Face Off is a competitive reality show in the same manner of the popular fashion series Project Runway, but instead of making clothes and outfits, contestants must tap their make-up and special effects skills and create living monsters, beasts, and characters.
The Helghast are back, war is upon you, and there is a great chance to get sneak peak at Killzone 3. Time to load up and get ready to kill some more Mamoru Oshii inspired baddies.
While Killzone 3’s release is just around the corner, Sony has so graciously announced a Killzone 3 Multiplayer Open Beta that will be available for download on the PlayStation Network starting Wednesday, February 2nd.
Marvel recently showed off the new version of the Captain America: The First Avenger superhero suit with a few pictures and movie shots, and needless to say, it is very dirty.
While it’s clear that they are going for a more grungy, gritty version of our beloved patriot hero (and who isn’t nowadays – grit is in), this one may be a little overboard.
We bring you news of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, which will debut at a very reasonable price point of $249. This video card has eight tessellation engines and 384 CUDA cores and produces 33% better performance over the GTX 460.
Google has announced that Google Translate, their popular app that makes language barriers almost nonexistent, has received an update to the Android version which makes a pretty hefty step into the future of communication.
Gone are the days of fiddling through translation books looking for the right thing to say or awkwardly uttering words of phrases that you barely understand. Google made it easy in their first version of Translate for the Android by allowing you to convert text on the fly and even speak into the phone and have it translated.
Rift, the new MMORPG on the block, that is not only interesting, good looking, and press friendly, also happens to be quite fun. While it is hard to say whether the success of the new game from Trion Worlds (makers of RTS End of Nations) will be substantial enough to gain foothold in the online massively multiplayer battle for the top, it is certainly a contender.
For a game that doesn’t even exist yet, World of Starcraft is getting quite the big amount of buzz from the gaming community. We had barely just gotten our hands on this preview trailer created by a solo game developer and fan using just the tools provided by Blizzard and the valuable Starcraft and Warcraft assets that come with them, before our dreams were shot down.
According to a report by Pittsburgh’s Post-Gazette, posts on its… err.. gazette post that The Office executive producer Greg Daniels stated that Steve Carell, the boss Michael Scott from NBC’s hit show The Office, will be leaving early.
Gordon Freeman, the main character in the series Half Life, a high quality video game and excellent First-Person Shooter, is the man.
He can do anything he wants with any weapon he wants. He has access to all sorts of high-tech and lethal devices, yet he chooses to tough things out with an old crowbar.
What a badass.
In a movie channeling some kind of mix between District 9 and Independence Day, Battle: Los Angeles from Sony Pictures looks to be an exciting science fiction action movie with aliens and Aaron Eckhart (who you may remember from The Dark Knight).
Today, the developers over at Blizzard announce and released patch 1.2 for StarCraft II, marking several improvements, feature add-ons, and exploit fixes.
Among the additions, Blizzard has added Battle.net chat channels, allowing all players on Battlenet to join chat in public and private channels! StarCraft II players can also now send whispers using the “/w” to instantly talk to friends, party members, chat channels, or other players in their current game.
This March, the much-loved actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite for the movie Paul, a comedy adventure that follows to UFO hunters on a quest to find aliens.
To their greatest hopes and dreams, they actually meet an alien (played by Seth Rogen).