Technology

Samsung Galaxy S4 announced

So, it’s finally here – after much ado, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was revealed at Samsung’s Unpacked event in New York last evening. If you didn’t stay up to watch the festivities, here’s what was announced: Hardware The Samsung Galaxy S4 looks very close to the Galaxy S3, just slightly…

The PlayStation Phone Is Almost Official

The Sony Ericsson Facebook page is now showing an advertisement of the “PlayStation phone” aka the “Xperia Play”.  According to the ad, the official announcement concerning the phone will happen on February 13.  Hopefully, they will let us know what service provider(s) will carry the appealing phone at that time. …

Dreamcast VMU and iPod Nano Finally Fused

When I think of the Dreamcast’s VMU (Visual Memory Unit), I have a lot of fond memories considering how advanced it was for its time.  I mean, not only did it contain all of your save game data, but depending on the game, it also was used to show information…

T-Mobile Sidekick Data Will Be Restored, Too Late?

In an effort that many are calling “too late”, Microsoft tries to fix their errors reported yesterday by going back on their initial reports of “a very low percentage of restoring data” to “We’re pleased to announce… that most (if not all data) has been restored.  Microsoft has released a…

“GP2X Wiz” is here to replace the Nintendo DSI!

Our friends over at ThinkGeek.com have come up with the answer to our portable emulation prayers! A single hand held unit that will run most of your favorite emulators and play all of your favorite roms.  We all love the Nintendo DSI, but this unit takes things to a different…

Retro Mini Handheld NES System

For those you with tons of NES cartridges lying around, you are in luck! Seems as if the folks over at thinkgeek.com have come up with an amazing product.  Retro Mini Handheld NES System($50) The Retro Mini accepts all of your old NES cartridges and plays them on a convenient…

Father’s Day tribute, Thanks Dad, Atari 400

Oh boy, just looking at the picture above gives me goose bumps! This is the system that started it all. The Atari 400 home computer system.  It had 4 controller slots, a cartridge slot and a membrane keyboard.   Playing Pacman, Donkey Kong and Q-bert on this unit felt like playing…