Samsung says these fancy wireless speakers were created at a "state-of-the-art audio lab in Valencia, California." We know better. They're clearly the product of Aperture Science, the secret think tank responsible for a hilarious murderous artificial intelligence, not to mention one hell of a teleportation tool.
Last month, we learned both that a GLaDOS announcer pack would come to Dota, and that we've all apparently been pronouncing 'Dota' wrong this entire time. And now we finally know when that update will launch: September 23rd.
Portal on the DS: Aperture Science, the homebrewed version of Portal for the DS shown off back in February, now has a "mostly playable" version. You'll need a flash cart to play it, but the file can be found here.
Anyone who's played a Portal game knows that Aperture Science's charmingly neurotic turrets are full of bullets. And CEO Cave Johnson showed off their design in this teaser video last year.
Action & reaction. Angles and speed. Momentum and inertia. Pinball is a game of physics. So is Portal. And that's what makes this homemade Aperture Science pinball table so great.
The interactive marketing campaign surrounding sure-to-be-megahit Portal 2 has been dropping hints that the game, scheduled for release next Tuesday, might be released earlier.
Valve, in partnership with Aperture Science, present the second video in the "investment opportunity" series, explaining why robots like P-body and Atlas are six seconds better than humans when it comes to cooperative multiplayer.
Originally slated for release sometime before Christmas 2010, Valve and Aperture Laboratories LLC have decided to push the release back into 2011, because "making games is hard." No, really.
The crazed, homicidal machines at Aperture Science have taken the time out of their busy schedule of rectifying the living to wish the world a Happy (Holiday Name Here.) It's a testament to the power of the Portal experience that even now, a year and several months after completing the game, a holiday rendition of…