The new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS is shaping up to be a return to the more hardcore four-player fighting game experience of its GameCube predecessor, game director Masahiro Sakurai In
In all of its various incarnations, The Walking Dead is always about the same thing: how we cope with the end of the world. Usually the desperate humans are even scarier than the zombies. Browser game
Digital Storm's Hailstorm II: Gaming Supercomputer Supports Quad GPUs, 4 Radiators, 2 Power Supplies
Digital Storm, a boutique PC vendor based in Fremont, California, just announced what I can only describe as a luxury gaming supercomputer. Meet the Hailstorm II, a benchmark-crushing muscle car of a rig.
When I unboxed Falcon Northwest’s Tiki several weeks ago (or was it several months ago? I’ve been swept away by this one!), it arrived with a handsome black binder adorned with an embroidered logo, containing
When showing MSI’s GT70 Dragon Edition 2 laptop to friends and internet acquaintances, the reaction to its bold design have been seated firmly in one of two departments: Love it/hate it. Its brushed aluminum
If you have been using Google Authenticator or Authy for two-step verification (“2FA” for short), you may have wondered whether you should switch to 1Password, now that it offers the same functionality.
Google today released a significant update to its Chrome browser for iOS, adding several features to improve its compatibility with iOS 8. There's a new Notification Center widget that includes controls
This sponsored post is produced by Salesforce. Not long ago, it was acceptable to refer to content marketing as a buzzword. It has since acquired its own subset of buzzwords (as outlined in this LOL-able
Practically every entrepreneur has heard someone say, “You should start a blog!” Ever since blogging became a highly successful marketing tool, some businesses have begun to act like it’s the only form