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True story: I took piano classes when I was 10-years-old or so and like so many kids I quit after a few lessons. My reason for giving up was the same …
Sony today opened the doors of its new online store for PlayStation-related merchandise.<p>The PlayStation Gear Store features clothing, accessories and artwork branded with the PlayStation logo as well as icons from franchises and games like <i>The Last of Us</i>, Infamous, Uncharted, <i>The Order: 1886</i> and …PlayStation
“Rose Petals” is artistic and poetic, merging the conventions of underground hip-hop with performance art. Flowing alongside a sultry urban beat and …
B-<p>The transformation from an average person to a fully fledged on-record persona can be difficult. At its best, the turn has the effect of magnifying …Indie Music
At long last, the first Ubuntu phones are here. It's been more than two years since Canonical first showed off its Linux-based mobile platform, and fans have been clamoring for consumer devices ever since. The Ubuntu Edge never made its ambitious $32 million crowdfunding target, and the first …Ubuntu
IGN shows you where to find every Tower Emblem in Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Episode 2.
IGN shows you where to find every Kafka Drawing using Natalia in Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Episode 2.
Some products have a hard time ever getting to market. Some (seem to) come out of nowhere. Then there's the Avegant Glyph video headset. It initially launched on Kickstarter back in January 2014 (raising a cool $1.5-million). Along the way we've seen a ropey prototype. And then a less ropey one. …Augmented Reality
The new version of Sony's Project Morpheus is the most comfortable virtual reality headset I have ever worn.<p>The straps move all the weight to the back of your head where it's hard to notice, and the front screen can move forward and backward on a sort of track, leaving plenty of room for your …