Posts Tagged ‘xbox 360’

Last time we checked, Microsoft’s solution to the Wii’s motion controls, Project Natal was slated for the holiday season. GamesIndustry.biz reports that Microsoft Saudi marketing manager Syed Bilal Tariq said that Project Natal will launch “somewhere in October” worldwide. Granted, it’s not a solid release date, it’s still something to wet the fanboys who can’t […]


Last year when Barack Obama was swept into executive power, one of his main priorities was to create a national healthcare plan and digitize medical records to improve efficiency, saving billions of dollars a year in the process. While his grand plans have been somewhat foiled by a lack of bipartisanship, universal healthcare remains at […]


Ah yes. The age old battle between Mario and Sonic. Whose side were you on? I’m a Mario fan. Sonic never really caught on with me. Don’t get me wrong, I loved waking up at the crack of dawn just to watch the Sonic TV show back in the 90’s and I even bought a […]


Two graphs. One is a line and one is a bar. You can figure the rest out by yourself. I guess even Modern Warfare raking in $1 billion dollars in sales for Activision can’t bring the Xbox 360 and PS3 to even kiss the feet of Mario. Ars Technica


After shacking up the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Nintendo’s Wii console is at last getting streaming video via Netflix. The content will apparently not be HD, but according to Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, it doesn’t matter because it’s not important to Wii owners. Reggie, I think you aren’t up to date […]


Microsofts plan to change the interface on how we control the living room entertainment center continues to charge on. Ballmer announced on Wednesday that “Project Natal” was on track and will be released by the end of the year in time to start the holidays. According to insiders Microsoft has also decided to ditch a […]


For a technology blog, a lot of people are asking me why I cover so many video game topics. For those people, my answer is one word: convergence. The digital revolution is making it a necessity that convergence is the ultimate factor in technology. A video game console is no longer just for playing video […]


The holidays are in full swing and that means buying socks for your grandparents and in-laws, and buying gadgets you want, but mostly don’t need all for yourself, and maybe your dog if you have one. It’s tough, Black Friday is coming up, Cyber Monday following it and everyone has lots of cash sitting at […]


Business Week reports that Apple is planning to arrive on Microsoft’s Window’s 7 launch day with trickles of marketing blitz ready to steal would-be Windows XP and Vista upgraders. More commercials, price-cuts, and redesigned iMacs and MacBooks are rumored to be in the works. Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice-president for marketing hopes to emphasize the […]