As a twenty-six year old who still has trouble throwing out her stuffed animals, I respect the preservation of childhood memories and old-school entertainment that kids just don’t get these days. The things that are strewn across my niece’s playroom may be able to eat, wet themselves and crawl around, but don’t tell me she’s going to want to keep that creepy thing when she’s my age.
The device of the year. It’s a pretty bold statement; but I’m sticking with it. If you weren’t one of the lucky receivers of a product from GoPro this holiday season, I can already tell you what should be the first thing on your list for next year. GoPro creates pro-quality video and camera products that can be taken essentially anywhere: scuba diving in the ocean, down a white powdered
It’s hardly news anymore when a plethora of New Year’s articles boast that this will be the greatest year for technology yet. It can’t really come as a surprise that with all of the out-of-this-world progress we’re always making with technology, that 2015 would be projected to be any different. The interesting conversation lies more within the debate of whether or not technology continues to be helpful, or helpless? With
Last Friday, the publisher closed The Game Awards in Las Vegas with this; a new video from The Legend of Zelda for Wii U that included an Easter Egg that is a huge throwback to the original Zelda. We can expect this game next year, which is almost 30 years after its first release on the Nintendo Entertainment System. And while the series is undergoing some changes thanks to innovative