When I was young, I didn’t pay attention to the names of the developers on the boxes of my favorite games. I just loved playing good games. It would be years before I took an interest in the industry as a whole, but looking back, nearly every game I played in my formative years had the same name on the box: Rare. More →
Not all the press surrounding Windows 10 has been positive, especially in regards to Microsoft’s tendency to watch everything you’re doing on your new operating system, but the software itself is an accomplishment.
I said as much in my first impressions piece, but if you haven’t had an opportunity to try out Windows 10 yet and you’re just dying to get your hands on it, Acer has a low-cost solution you might want to check out. More →
It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone to the Marvel universe’s most famous family.
When Microsoft announced backward compatibility for the Xbox One at E3 2015, I began to see the first signs of the tide shifting in Microsoft’s favor. After flubbing the reveal of its new-gen console, Microsoft has been doing everything in its power to restore the faith of its fans, from bringing in Phil Spencer as Xbox head to launching an endless stream of affordable bundles.
Despite the enormous size and scale of E3, video game companies simply can’t fit everything into a single show. That’s why it’s always worth paying attention when Cologne, Germany hosts Gamescom — Europe’s largest gaming trade fair.
It’s basically a second E3, and on Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET, Microsoft will kick off the show with a live streamed briefing showcasing games we saw earlier this summer and debuting new games for the very first time. More →
He’s taught us about the intricacies of the FIFA scandal, he’s shaken his head at the mountains of food Americans waste every year, and this week, he’s reminding us all how silly it is that the District of Columbia has such limited voting rights.
It’s August, which means we’re finally just one month away from the premiere of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS. Although not a single episode of the show has aired yet, Colbert has been keeping us all entertained through a series of videos on the show’s official YouTube channel, and over the weekend, Colbert shared the first three promos for the show. More →
In an interview with USA Today published over the weekend, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei revealed that the company has a second phone in the works that should be ready to ship by Christmas. This might come as a surprise to anyone following the story of the successful mobile startup, especially considering how long it took to get the OnePlus One shipping at a consistent rate. More →
The Windows 10 rollout has been relatively smooth, but there are plenty of users who never received the Get Windows 10 app and are still waiting in line for their turn to update. Unfortunately, scammers have seen how desperate Windows users are for the update, which is why it should come as no surprise that a phishing campaign has been discovered. More →