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No internet for Xbox One? Get a 360, says Microsoft

Microsoft's confused and controversial online requirement for the Xbox One finally got cleared up last week, with the company confirming the console needs to connect to the internet every 24 hours. At E3 this week, a common trend is emerging about how Microsoft is dealing with future offline …

Hands-on with Modern Combat 5 - gritty and pretty

As it turns out, Gameloft's Modern Combat 5 is just as gorgeous as its teaser trailer last week would have us believe. We got our thumbs on an early …

Electric Kool-Aid iOS 7 Test

<i>{**Transmission from the brain of Jony Ive**}</i><p>Flat, man. Flat is free. It doesn’t tell us what to think. We don’t need those metaphors. Skeuomorphism was a trap. A mental prison, holding us back. Let the people decide for themselves what a calendar or a notepad looks like, and their eyes will open …

Bubble Snakes - Sick Science! #143

Teardown of Google Glass

Google’s Project Glass needs little introduction, but even at Google I/O this year they were rare enough that they were a novelty. So it sort of surprises me that someone was willing to take apart their headset. Surprises and delights that is, I love a good teardown post.<p>We eagerly brought Glass …

Teardown of New Mid-2013 MacBook Air Reveals Smaller SSD, Increased Battery Capacity

The teardown experts at iFixit have just taken apart the new 13-inch Mid-2013 MacBook Air that was announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote yesterday, and while there aren't too many drastic changes in the internals there are a few differences that are worth noting.<p>The team …

Why the MacBook Air didn't get a Retina display

Love that battery life in the new MacBook Air? Well, that's one reason Apple didn't go Retina this time around, according to an analyst.<p>The iPhone, the iPad, and the MacBook Pro all have Retina displays, why not the MacBook Air? Power consumption is probably the most important factor, according to …