Google continues to invade every aspect of your life, but at least they’re sorry, right? Also, sausage styluses, Spiderman & Superman movie news, and a training camp for peeping toms!
You know that Apple logo on the back of your mac that lights up? Look at all these cool designs you can put around it! Also happy valentine’s day and stuff, whatever.
Oh hey it’s Google Buzz! Where did you come from? What are you for? Do we like you? How do we turn you off? How do we make it work with you? These questions and more, answered by Technostraddle!
The virtual Saints and the real Saints win the Superbowl! The Oscars go wild for science-fiction for some reason! And we all continue to puzzle over the future/present/past of Lost. The show, and the characters. And like, the semi-abstract conceptions of time. Also; gay gamers, the facebook makeover, dinosaurs, a new iPad in the works? and excuses to buy more video games. And more.
This week’s Technostraddle Open Thread answers some burning questions you guys had last time around. Mainly as they pertain to Batman and Superman, really. Because maybe I got a little carried away.
I happened to catch the second half of Digital Nation on Frontline the other night and it was fascinating, so then I caught both halves online, it remained fascinating, and I would like to suggest you do the same: Is our 24/7 wired world causing us to lose as much as we’ve gained?: FRONTLINE […]
Dollhouse ended-it’s true- but its vast, unrealized potential burns on in the minds and hearts of Joss Whedon devotees everywhere. Dollhouse’s finale was a fitting end to another of Whedon’s semi-failed tv successes, but maybe not for all the right reasons.
What is Technostraddle looking forward to in 2010? We’ve got gaming picks from new installations to well-loved favorites. Get your controllers and your Mountain Dew cocktails (ew!) ready, it’s time to geek out as we preview what’s to come for Zelda, World of Warcraft and more!
So many mysteries are solved this week: Where are all my friends and what is Mass Effect 2? How can I be on my computer and on the elliptical machine? Why did I get fired after Facebook-friending my HR manager? Read on!
iPad blues got you down? Maybe you just aren’t looking in the right place to find the device’s latent brilliance. Why the iPad’s app store is Apple’s ultimate ace in the hole.
Apple debuted the iPad, finally introducing its long-awaited tablet of ridiculously mythical proportions today at a press conference in San Francisco. But can we forgive its name? And does it live up to the hype?
Lots of geek news this week! Video games demonized for more theoretical bullshit health problems, five journalists will report solely based on Twitter and Facebook to see what happens and yes, the Apple Tablet news of your dreams is still on its way!
Yes, the time has come: Time for you non-geeks, novice geeks and geek apprentices to ask us anything! It’s the no-holds-barred nerd Q & A session you’ve been waiting for! You’ve been waiting, right?
To celebrate the news of Apple’s announced unveiling of a certain something special (MAC TABLET YESSS), we here at Technostraddle want to bring you a special sneak peek into the future. Here’s a weirdo selection of our very own Mac Tablet concept art, which we are certain will prove to be quite accurate and representational of what is to come next week.
Nerd news goes crazy! Chinese censorship gets even sketchier, Sam Raimi abandons Spiderman 4 and oh hey, I can see your WoW from here!
CES offered some new tech for every kind of technophile! New phones, new screens, new ways to game and more! In other news, gaming is good for you (duh) and thank god we finally understand why the fruit fly has such a spiny sex organ!
Everybody has some feelings about James Cameron’s Avatar. From total 3D motion-sickness revulsion to fanboyish obsession, everyone’s got something to say. Here, three of our very own tech team members give you the scoop on the 3D box-office hit from where they’re standing.
A bunch of mice go to a party and do lots of drugs. You get to be the scientist and see what happens to your brain when you use different kinds of drugs. It’s sciencey and interactive and fun and you might feel like you know something after. I like it ’cause you get to […]
Google announces the Nexus One phone, giving Apple a run for its money (literally) in the biggest way yet. The Nexus One looks to not only take on the iPhone, but to shake up the mobile phone industry as we know it. And it isn’t taking prisoners.
Technostraddle brings you a meta-list reviewing 2009’s geek highlights!