Madden 15 (@EAMaddenNFL)

It’s that time of year, the leaves are falling, the temperature is getting cool and… BOOM! Madden 15 is here! Featuring a brand new emphasis on defense, which is fitting with Seattle Seahawks’ defensive back Richard Sherman on the cover of this year’s game. Knock on wood Richard, hope the Madden curse doesn’t get you Read the full article…

Grand Theft Auto V (@RockstarGames) Teaser Gives In-Depth Look

Rockstar games gives us a never before seen look into their revisioned version of Southern California with “Los Santos.” Exploring their biggest map yet, new game engine and in-depth look into the 3 main characters that you control through-out the game.

A Look at the Samsung Galaxy S4

Last month Samsung revealed their much hyped flagship handset the Samsung Galaxy S 4. The stage was literally set for theatrics, the kind that many would normally deride Apple for putting on, at the world-famous Radio City Music Hall. Samsung spared no attempt at keeping the invited journalists and tech lovers entertained for an hour Read the full article…

Top 5 Games We Want for Christmas

Christmas is almost here and there are five games that we feel every gamer must have (if they haven’t already). If you don’t know what to get the gamer in your family, here are some great choices.

Kindle Fire HD

The best 7 inch tablet? iPad Mini? Nexus? Maybe it’s Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD. Each tablet has it’s pluses and minuses, but let’s face it… A tablet is a consumer device more than it is a PC. That is exactly what Amazon brings to the table. The Kindle Fire HD starts at $199 and ranges Read the full article…

Google Nexus 4

The Nexus 4 from Google is their latest in the line of Google branded phones, this time manufactured by LG. It’s fast and lightweight. Features the amazing PhotoSphere technology, a quad-core, 3D graphics and even 2 GB of RAM. Google’s fastest phone ever. For a phone that has everything, one has to ask why Google chose Read the full article…

Microsoft Surface RT (@Microsoft)

Before Apple… Before Google… Microsoft was the first to attempt to take tablets mainstream. They failed. But that was then and this is now. Following the trends set by Apple with the iPad and Google with their variety of Android OS tablets, most notably the Nexus series, Microsoft has got it right and done it Read the full article…

No, Apple Does Not Have Thousands of Chinese Slaves

Last week Apple released their latest quarterly report in which they told us they sold a bajillion (that’s a scientific number btw) iPhones, iPads, and iPods, and they’ve made a lot of money doing it. Yay! for Apple but as expected the sensational headlines began to permeate the internet. The New York Times published a sensational piece Read the full article…