Always remember where you parked? Never forgot the name of that one guy from high school chemistry class, even though it's 10 years later? Congratulations, you can now become an elite athlete. A memory athlete. Cash prizes are within your grasp.
My computer is getting a little old. I built it myself, but I'm not sure whether it's worthwhile to upgrade individual things like my processor or video card or whether I should just start from scratch and build a new rig. How can I tell when it's time to upgrade and when I should start over?
There's this small problem I'm having with Assassin's Creed III. It's nothing to do with the game itself, actually, and everything to do with me. The problem is this:
We know what we're getting here in North America on September 18 and how much it will cost us, but what's on the inside? Here's the technical details on Nintendo's most powerful game console yet.
When it comes to creating a rich storyline, Ubisoft's Assassins Creed has never fallen short in its ability to weave its plot with historical accuracy. One of Its major selling points that sets itself apart from others in the sandbox genre stems from the players' ability to explore both renaissance and medieval eras.…
What you're looking at is obviously not the official map of The Legend of Zelda; it's what The Legend of Zelda's map looks like to themadjuggler, one of the many contributors to Mapstalgia, a website dedicated to reproducing video game maps from memory.
The bad news is you still have to buy a new proprietary memory card for your PS Vita. The good news is it won't cost as much as originally feared. Of course, the better news would be that you didn't have to buy them at all.
If this is true, it may put a broader context on Sony's plan to sell proprietary memory cards for the PlayStation Vita at jacked-up prices. A rumor reported by the site Thrifty Nerd says the PSN downloadable versions of Vita games will be discounted 40 percent off their retail counterparts. This information,…
Rather than adopting one of the many memory card formats readily available on the market, Sony is launching a special proprietary format for use in the PlayStation Vita. A format so magical it'll run you anywhere from $29.99 to $119.99 at GameStop.
How does our mind generate memories and store information? While many neuroscientists believe that memories are jumbles of neurons shaped by experience, one scientist believes that neurons act like LEGO bricks, the building blocks of knowledge.
Imagine turning on your computer from a powerless state and instantly seeing your desktop without having to wait through a lengthy loading process. NC State researchers have developed a device that could make that happen.
Science fiction takes another step closer to reality today as scientists discover a way to delete traumatic memories from the brains of lab animals. Your fear of Kotaku's regular science posts may soon be a thing of the past!
What if your most treasured memories from childhood were false? A shocking new study finds that one in five people fondly recall events that never actually happened.
Former Xbox 360 third-party memory card manufacturer Datel is free to pursue its antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft, as a federal judge dismisses the console maker's attempts to have the case thrown out.
Starting April 6 Xbox 360 owners will be able to use USB flash drives to store profiles, game saves, demos and "more", Microsoft confirmed this morning.
Unauthorized memory units are verböten under the next dashboard update to Xbox Live, which isn't of mainstream concern right now, but will be to those participating in the Xbox Live Preview Program.