We’ve decided to scour the web and learn more about Apple’s latest installment to the iPhone family tree: the eagerly awaited iPhone 6. With plenty of rumors to sift through, it looks like the release date may still be many months away. Some companies are predicting a Fall 2014 release, just in time for back-to-school sales in the United States. As they say, timing is everything, so why wait so long?
If you haven’t already heard, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is currently on the market for sale….in South Korea. With a worldwide, highly anticipated release date of April 11th, we’re all just a little bit surprised by the brazen tactics of SK Telecom to release the Samsung Galaxy S5 almost two weeks before everyone else. Continue reading
Under the moniker “mini is even mightier” Apple has released the iPad Mini Retina. If you’re confused about what makes this mini iPad “mightier” than the original generation of tiny tablets, we’ve found a list of important features that set it apart from the rest. Continue reading
The History of Nintendo
The year is 1889 and a unknown start up makes it’s debut. On September 29th 1889 in Kyoto, Japan the most recognizable name in Gaming, Nintendo was born. As a start up company selling trading cards Nintendo had a long future ahead of themselves. Fast forward almost 100 years to 1983. Nintendo enters the home video game market with it’s Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan known as the Famicom. Some of our most beloved video game characters are created in Mario, Link, Samus, and Donkey Kong. The year 1990 rolls around and the Super Nintendo Entertainment system is born. The 16 bit era has arrived and along with it our favorite characters return along with new additions. Continue reading
With customization being the new big thing and everyone wanting something truly unique, how can you be the orange among apples? This is a battle that’s been waged for some time now we see it with: clothes, cars, and cell phones. Typically a Cell phone comes in one of a few color options, notably black and white. How can you make that your own? The most obvious way is simple, a case. while cases are awesome at what they do, they often bring unwanted heft and bulkiness to the phone. No case offers pure customization either. You might be wondering, what can offer that kind of customization and free range to personalize a device to make it truly yours. Insert the Moto X and Motomaker from Motorola. A device that is so customization you’ll only want a clear case, so you can show off your handy work. Continue reading
Xbox One Midnight Launch Lead Up: Monday
You may know that recently there were a couple huge platform launches. Both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were released within a week of one another. While i Opted out of the November 15th Launch of the PlayStation 4 i was overjoyed and welcomed for my early morning pickup of the Xbox One. As the week grew on slowly changing days from the 18th,19th 20th and on i became extremely excited; after all this was my first ever console launch as well as the first i had paid for myself. Having Preordered the console i was all set to go for the Friday party. Monday the 18th i got a call from my local Gamestop letting me know My Xbox One Controller was in stock and i could pick it up. Overly excited i drove down right away and picked up my fresh new controller. Opening it up and holding it for the first time was incredible, Microsoft had managed to craft a better controller than the already, darn near perfect 360 controller. The D pad was redesigned, the triggers had rumble in them, the thumb sticks smaller and fitted with non slip grips. Everything was better about this controller. Continue reading
The Best PS3 and Xbox 360 Games
IT’s that time again, out with the old in with the new. As of Friday November 22nd With the release of the Xbox One, The Next Generation will have arrived in full. As Sony and Microsoft have both put their new products to market the PS3 and Xbox 360 will be set on the back burner. As this day has come we’ve seen a great deal of new Game IP’s and some of our favorites continue on. Today’s list will be the top 10 games of the last generation. This is purely a list based off of My overall enjoyment, and how i feel about the game so let’s go ahead and kick this off. Continue reading
The Elephant in the Room, Google’s Nexus 5
The Nexus 5 is on everyones radar as the new handset to have. Recent rumors are flying around about the device along with it’s new flavor of android. Even making a guest appearance in the Google Play Store what has everyone up and talking about the elephant in the room?
The Next Generation is Calling
With What many consider being the official next Generation of video gaming systems launching in under one month, where does Nintendo stand? With their release of the Wii U last November Nintendo had kicked off the next generation of console wars. As the Wii U was announced it looked so promising and just awesome. The controller for all intents and purposes was a tablet. Second screen gaming was born forcing Microsoft into the fold with Xbox Smartglass. As Nintendo has continuously innovated the way we play games, why is this console not selling the way it was projected to? Everything from Games, hardware, software, product cannibalization, and lack of development support are factors. Is the Wii U a sinking ship? Continue reading
Countdown to Break Time