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Monthly Archives: January 2009
MLB 2K9 poster boy Tim Lincecum skit.
This came out a while ago, but we don’t mind long reviews here. Enjoy. ————————————————————————————————— By Reggie Carolipio Contributor Endwar might not be based on a Tom Clancy novel, but it retains the techno-political edge of the fiction that bears … Continue reading
Al and I didn’t have enough time (or the juice to check out the exclusive suite) to check out the Palm Pre phone, but Dean Takahashi and the folks at VentureBeat had no such issues, much to our delight. They … Continue reading
Sony booth and the new lightweight VIAO dubbed the Lifestyle PC, a full-fledged PC that essentially fits in your pocket. It starts at $899 and comes with Windows Vista (like it or not, it’s there, so deal with it) 2 … Continue reading
Greenpeace released the Greenpeace Green Products Report during CES. Casey Harrell gives a Tech-Out reporter Redmond Carolipio, tips on what the public can do to get manufacturers produce green products.
Game stills from Capcom’s upcoming release Bionic Commando.
In no particular order, other things that left an impression: – The Pocket Cinema from Aiptek. It’s a small video projector that you really can put into your pocket. We saw it at the Innovations Showcase at the Sands. – … Continue reading
When we went by Sony’s booth, I was immediately attracted to the setups for the PS3. We were short on time, so I checked out just a little bit of Killzone 2. It’s looked like a must-have back at E3, … Continue reading
We swung by Toshiba and were immediately caught off guard with the demo of Spatial Motion Interface technology, which basically lets you control stuff with your hands. There was a black square on top of sizable flat-screen for the demo, … Continue reading