When The Brain (from the classic Animaniacs and their own spin-off series) loses it at Pinky, it’s very, very dark, and very, very funny. Note: Contains very strong language considering the source material.
Amazon is once again offering up a bundle of apps for free for two days only.
The LG G3 is the best Android handset LG’s ever made. At the asking price, it’s a steal, and a solid contender for best smartphone of 2014.
I’ve been meaning to write something about the piracy paper that leaked from the attorney general’s office all week. Then The Feed more or less made the points I was going to make.
OK, that didn’t take anywhere near as long as I thought it would. EA’s announced Australian pricing for its Access online subscription service.
The documentary covering the unearthing of ET Atari 2600 cartridges is coming soon. I’m very interested to see how it’s framed, and even more so after this trailer.
EA’s announced a digital games subscription service for Xbox One owners called “Access”. On the surface, it looks quite tempting. On further examination, I’m quite worried by it.
The core plot of Scarlett Johansson’s latest action flick, “Lucy”, revolves around the idea that we only use ten per cent of our brains. This annoys me, probably more than it should.
Comic-Con 2014 has wrapped, with a whole lot of trailers and ‘sneak peeks’ to get out to the folks who couldn’t be there, from the latest Hobbit Trailer to the curious Family Guy/Simpsons crossover. So why not splurge on multiple trailers at once?
Once again, the Microsoft scam callers called me to inform me of the terrible things hackers were doing to my computer. This time, I went for the record.