In Seattle, that doesn’t happen so much… spring gradually sneaks up on you like a Mother Nature Ninja and hits its peak around June.
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I’m seeing a lot of new hardware reviews from Cougar, which brings up a whole new set of erotic images in my head… it brings new meaning to the term Hardare Pr0n.
Electronic Arts Inc.and award-winning developer Crytek GmbH today announced an open multiplayer beta* for the premiere sandbox shooter experience, Crysis®3, will be available starting January 29th for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PC. Including two team-based modes and two maps, the extensive beta will give players an opportunity to master the [...]
BioWare expands their Star Wars saga with brand new story-based missions pitting both Republic and Imperial forces against the nefarious Hutt Cartel on the new planet of Makeb.
Crytek GmbH today announced the acquisition of the intellectual property rights for the Homefront franchise following an auction of assets by THQ Inc. Crytek’s association with the Homefront IP began in autumn 2011, when the developer announced it would be creating the second game in the series in partnership with THQ Inc. Following THQ’s recent [...]
If you factor in the netbook I use for IM updates and the kick-ass Android phone, then I have five displays feeding me information… which is translated into the news for the loyal OCmodshop reader!
For some reason the email that I sent out for our Minecraft Xbox 360 guide didn’t go out until yesterday when I sent out our review on the new Noctua 150mm heatsinks. It’s all good in the ‘hood, I guess. We have a bunch of case reviews today, including some new Fractal Design cases. We [...]
I’d love to have something smart ass to say about today, but I got nothing. The man was a saint. So in honor of a great leader and revolutionary, we’re going to do what we always do in a news post. Give you the news. So here’s a bunch of stuff to whet your technological [...]
How goes it my fellow nerd, geeks, and freaks? As most know, I’m big on zombies. I’m all about them. And Kontrol Freek is holding a contest to give away the ultimate zombie survival kit sponsored by Man Crates. Knives, books, supplies… you know. Zombie killing stuff. Check out their facebook page for more details: [...]
I got up this morning, had steak and eggs, drank some tea, checked that the fiberglass had set up properly on my boat, and then went to check on my son’s pet fish. There he was, floating gracefully on his back, dead as a doornail. Wrapped tightly in his little fin was a note, so [...]
Looky here! We got all kinds of epically sweet stuff and news for you to read. So feast your bugged eyes on this delectable array of reviews from our cohorts in the computer hardware/gaming world! Get it? Food references after we all spent weeks eating crappy food and getting fatter. I’m such an ass… and [...]
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (January 8, 2013) – Innovation is a staple of the Consumer Electronics Show. Every year thousands of companies flock to Las Vegas in January to share their newest devices and products with an exciting conglomerate of people ranging from the professional media to electronics junkies. Over the last few years, there has [...]
The CES 2013 news is still coming in, thanks to our tech affiliates down in the trenches. We have news about Zalman, Cooler Master and Thermaltake in addition to OCZ and other stuff around CES.
It’s been a while since we reviewed any stuff from Eagle Tech, but it appears they’re getting back on the ball and started with a new website redesign!
Another day and more CES coverage! I’m sure a lot of stuff will be coming in over the next few days (and even the weekend) even though CES is almost over.
Mushkin reveals some new SSDs, Netgear has a new video streamer, ArtRage lets you be a digital artist, and of course MSI, Logitech, Thermaltake, and a bunch of other vendors show off their new stuff.
The newest addition to the Chronos(TM) line of SSDs offers 960GB of space, almost double the storage capacity of typical 2.5-inch form factor drives.
The chips, which will make their way into phones and tablets by the middle of this year, perform 75 percent faster, according to Chief Operating Officer Steve Mollenkopf.
The NeoTV Prime with Google TV (version GTV100) can stream content from a library of entertainment, such as movies, TV shows, and music, from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO Go, Crackle, Flixter, Rhapsody, Pandora, and others.
ArtRage lets you become a true digital artist, providing the experience of actually “painting” digitally on a computer canvas with oil paints that smear and blend, and watercolors that flow together to create soft, wet gradations, just as they would with traditional art tools and materials.