To date, Analogue has released adapters allowing nostalgic gamers to use modern wireless controllers on both their classic NES and Super Nintendo consoles. But the company, working with 8Bitdo, is turning the clock back even further with a new wireless adapter for the 40-year-old Apple II and IIc computers.
The new iPhone 7 costs $649—that’s more than a running, driving Jeep Cherokee off Craigslist. So really, you should probably not buy one (a new iPhone, that is. You should definitely buy an XJ). But there are still a lot of new features this iPhone offers over its predecessors that gearheads might find incredibly…
Racing your Hot Wheels cars usually requires a good imagination, a makeshift track, and a lot of DIY sound effects. But with the new Hot Wheels AI race system, you can finally race your friends, or a computer opponent, on a real track, without needing a smartphone—or a license.
If you’ve still got your childhood Super Nintendo hooked up and on active duty you’ve probably discovered that while the console is going strong, its original controllers have long since died. But since it’s 2016 and we’ve made so much progress on cutting cords, isn’t it about time for your SNES to go wireless too?
We might not have Jetsons-style mass-produced hovercars, but when you look at some of the tech humanity has developed, you could say we're kind of living in the future. So to speak.
Have a clothespin and some matches lying around? Then you already have much of what you need to make a cool mini matchstick gun—a toy which packs a surprising amount of power considering how silly it sounds.
Its funny: you can use something every day and not realize that you're using it wrong, or not realize that there's some trick that could make your life slightly easier.
Did you get a bunch of new gear today? Got some questions about how to use it?
Music may be something that you hear, but it does have a visual element. That visual aspect is different for everyone—I see melodies and harmonies as shapes, with a chord laid out as a fragment of its parent-scale. It's asily moved around and re-arranged, but it's always a part of a larger thing.
Going live on the Xbox 360's Kinect hub later this morning, Kinect Fun Labs is a series of gadgets that deliver enhanced functionality to Microsoft's magical camera peripheral, including scanning in your face to create realistic avatars and unrealistic bobbleheads.
For less than $100 Roxio's diminutive Game Capture kit lets you play in high-def while capturing video of your Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 gaming sessions.
What's that, little Billy? You say you want a fancy Xbox 360 for your birthday? I've got something even better!
Having access to the internet and its petabytes of easily available information is, for many of us, a good thing. Well, with the exception of our brains, which are being constantly distracted by e-mails, instant messages and video games.
Bill collectors, petition gatherers, creepy neighbors, cheerful-looking people who want to talk to you about your relationship with God, tell them all it's safe to cross into your home when this Pitfall! croc shuts his mouth.
Want some parachute thrusters? How about a half-shotgun, half rocket launcher? All this and more is coming in two sets of Black Market downloadable content for Just Cause 2.
Imagine playing Frogger on your hand just by tapping your palm with a finger, or whipping through menus projected onto your arm.
Alienware has long been one of my favorite computer and laptop makers. It's purchase by Dell didn't change that.