Tag Archives: Windows


Windows Phones may not be as popular as Android phones, but they are differently growing in popularity. To help jump s
tart this growth, Windows is now offering Windows Phone users an extra 20GB of SkyDrive storage free.


With the summer fast approaching it’s become time for hardware and computer companies to start gearing up for the large base of gamers out there looking for something to to. Razer has a definite shot at being one of the winners with this new beauty.


Check out our brief walkthrough to help get you started with Node and the Handlebars precompiler.


Heavy hit with some tech news about Windows Phone 8, some exciting video game news about Unreal Engine as well as NVIDIA, some interesting news items, and, of course, Pikachu on drugs.


When a tech industry company changes something or makes a decision on our behalf, it can become a grievance, bugging the crap out of consumers and fans alike. Here are some annoying things that corporations do.


Why not consider buying a networked attached storage device to solve your storage and file access problems!


Sexism, online racism, violence, vulgarity, lewdness, cliches, bad gameplay: none of these can outdo the worst thing that has infested video games today.

And the problem is no one of these areas entirely encompasses the main problem that is rampant within today’s 3D interactive software. Nor is the problem due to the negative media attention or political action that has taken arms against a favored pastime of many people across the world.


Bethesda has officially announced the launch date to one of the most long awaited sequels to an award winning game and treasured Western RPG.

Coming to PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 (and possibly other platforms), the new title, named The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, will hit stores on 11.11.11!


But as some have probably already noticed, the spawn points in some MP maps aren’t very good. Others are downright broken. Patch this please?


Hackers are usually considered a bad thing. Or a strange fear left over from 90s hysteria. Hackers are bad, but let’s not start a witch hunt every time we play video games online!

Either way, there are tons of gamers out there that think every great player in an online multiplayer gaming session is a hacker. Well, we beg to differ.


Vindictus – it’s free, built using Source, and has a great story The battles never end, the rain never ends, and nothing ever grows in this land. “Rain falls, yet the land is barren, as if the earth has been Read more…


WTF Craigslist? Why is it that whenever you look for a job on Craigslist, or a short HTML or PHP gig you see these same stupid posts about hiring a guru!? Why do people still use this word? It is Read more…


What if our daily lives reflected what happened on the internet, or even within our range of technology?

Here we take a look at how things would be if real life mirrored technology.


Free games! What could be more exciting than that? Most gamers nowadays are fully aware of the amount of investment it may take to get into gaming. Costs like home consoles, high definition televisions, high fidelity speakers, or even bleeding Read more…


This morning, the internet revealed an all new set of videos involving the lovable game of millions. While there may not be as many videos as the last Counter-Strike Video post, this one still has some gems.


Here are some interesting videos centered around a game that I play constantly. Some are very funny. Some are really stupid!


Yes, from the people who brought you the Linux VS Mac VS PC article comes the next step in ridiculous lists. Keep in mind the games chosen for the Killer-App may not be your favorite game, but, nevertheless, they are Read more…

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