I've heard it said that the Mad Max films are less about Max as a conquering hero and more about a passive protagonist, someone who has no real control over his own fate, someone who events happen to.
Now that we know how the graphics worked on the Nintendo Entertainment System and Commodore 64, The iBookGuy wants to tell us all about how the Apple II and Atari 2600 got their groove on. In the latest
One of the principal reasons that many Apple Mac users opt for an iPhone over an Android smartphone is the ability to seamlessly work with their primary computer. As a Mac user who uses Android devices,
iOS 9's split-screen feature will only work properly on the iPad Air 2, because it's only one in the existing lineup with hardware capable of supporting it. 9to5mac and developer Hamza Sood, however, proof
Divinity: Original Sin 2 heads to Kickstarter for 'something even bigger, better, and more engaging'
Larian Studios is returning to Kickstarter Aug. 26 to fund the development of Divinity: Original Sin 2, "something even bigger, better, and more engaging than Divinity: Original Sin," according to today's
Vulnerability revealed in diagnostic dongles used for vehicle tracking and insurance that lets them take control using just an SMS Researchers have hacked a car, remotely activated its windscreen wipers,
(Rene Jansa via Shutterstock) Google makes order of the universe and answers our entreaties. It knows that it’s a temple of knowledge in the sky John Durham Peters July 19, 2015 7:29pm (UTC) Excerpted
The Flyease system lets wearers peel open sneakers with one hand Nike's latest high-top sneakers look as flashy as any in its line-up, but they've got a secret power. The Zoom Soldier 8 Flyease (above)
“What is the greatest question ever asked?” poses Yuri Milner, layering smoked salmon atop toast. My palms are sweating. As if the meeting at the Ritz Carlton with one of the most powerful men in the (for
Bringing '70s tech into the era of wearables Now: Smart Watch When the Apple Watch was announced, designer DJ Harrigan didn’t line up to buy one. Instead, he built his own: a wearable version of the 1977
If you haven't seen of HTC's wallet-friendly Desire phones in the wild, you probably will soon -- they've been doing great for the ailing smartphone maker overseas and they're picking up steam on our too.
Okay, so the fact that MasterCard is hosting a series of hackathons might not seem terribly exciting — even if we grant that the name Masters of Code is kind clever, it seems like every big company is
When Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 operating system on July 29, it won't host a single, centralized launch or a webcast chock full of PowerPoint slides. Instead, Microsoft plans to play up to