Story idea: Why don’t restaurants serve apples anymore? This line made me laugh, but it’s not from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy – The Rich Mahogany Edition, it’s from Mr. Burgundy’s diary that accompanies this…
Keep calm and eat, drink, and be merry.
Microsoft has given no reason to — at least in 2013 — jump in, jump ahead, or jump for joy with its new console.
11/15/13: The PS4 is born.
This holiday season TV manufacturers and retailers will be pushing 4k ‘Ultra HD’ TVs to consumers. The next evolution in High Definition television boasts 4-times the resolution of current 1080p HDTVs, hence the name “4k.” But…
A new look for Netflix on your TV.
Resist the urge, reap the rewards.
Lots of good ‘guy stuff’ is added to the big red streaming library.
Here we are in Week 9 and if you can believe it only one team stands undefeated: The Kansas City Chiefs. At 8-0, the Chiefs will head to Ralph Wilson Stadium in upstate New York to…
It’s a dark day in Cabot Cove.
Grab a 250GB Xbox 360 or PS3 for $200.
Free games to keep coming for Xbox 360 Gold users.
A month before the Xbox One’s launch, Microsoft revamps its 360 packages.
You can breathe a sigh of relief: 3D hasn’t tarnished the most iconic film of all time.
Breaking Bad cinematographer Michael Slovis mentions that the show might not have found its success with audiences if not for the “perfect storm” of a visually creative mind creating a show during the advent of affordable home theater technology.
With four tricked-out trucks and a bevy of new consoles, Microsoft is taking its show on the road.
It may have been a dud, critically and at the box office, but maybe Jobs, the Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, will begin a new life as cult classic once it’s released on home video.
Everything’s big in Texas, and that includes HDTVs. In a bid to get into the technological record books, the Texas Motor Speedway is partnering with Panasonic to create the Big Hoss TV.
Use your phone or tablet to jump into the fray this November.
While much of the world was sleeping last night, many others just couldn’t shut their eyes. They were driven by internal forces to their local retailers. They stood in line, forked over $60, and came away with the perhaps the biggest video game ever made. At midnight today, Grand Theft Auto V was unleashed.