Archives for December 2004

Happy New Year!

Got any good New Year’s Eve plans? We’re gonna welcome the New Year with new people, meeting most of them for the first time. One of my friends at Microsoft has invited us to a small, casual New Year’s Eve party. At first, I thought …continue reading

Gestures control true 3D display

While this Crystal ball of sorts may seem more akin to a mouse, you have to just love the poke this article makes at the game manufactures like Nintendo and Sony. Could this actually become the controller of the future? My magic eight ball …continue reading

Gaming Hacks – the book

When I read that the folks at Boing, Boing Blog thought that a technical book was engrossing, I figured it had to be about some wild security exploits or something else equally exciting. As it turns out though, the books is all about game …continue reading

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords is actually sitting in my queue over at Gamefly as we speak. Speaking as a huge Star Wars fan, I am doubtful that anything else that game companies come out with are going …continue reading

Spongebob Squarepants The Movie – game

If I am not mistaken, my nephew is a huge Sponge Bob fan. He would love nothing more than to spend hours and hours sitting in front of a TV playing this game till his eyes started to look like those of this toon …continue reading

NVIDIA and ATi: Game Over

Looks like Tom’s Hardware has decided to take the high-moral ground with the new GeForce 6200. After reading their reasoning behind their new approach to these rush-to-market cards, I have to give them a big thumbs up. What am I talking about, read all …continue reading

Digital Hotspotter from Canary Wireless

Having access to a mobile hotspot detector is cool, sure. But is this one being shown to Tom’s Hardware really all that it is cracked up to be? Personally, I think it is a little too big myself.

Gaming Laptop Generations: The ABS Mayhem G3

A good notebook PC is a must have for any geek that is on the move. For me, it is most handy when I am sitting in my easy chair eating dinner and trying to bust out my latest series of articles.

But notebooks for …continue reading

Razer’s Diamondback: The Mouse that Roars?

I have to tell ya, I have a really hard time getting too excited about a silly mouse. Still, having access to one that will somehow make what you need to do easier, then cool! From what I am seeing here with the Diamondback …continue reading

Are High-End Ink Jet Printers Worth Your Money?

Heck, I can answer that question! If you are someone that primarily prints documents with text only, then no, stick with the cheap printers. If quality of print is critical to what you do, then I say go for it!