Cut the Grass: a Fun iPad App of the Week

Cut the Grass is a fun but simple game in which the player solves puzzles in the form of cutting the grass. It doesn't take a lot brain power or effort, but it ...

Madden NFL 11: iPad App of the Week

Madden has been around on the PC and game consoles for a long time. The PC version has been discontinued, but now that the iPad is out EA Sports has ported ...

Lux DLX 2: iPad App of the Week

Lux DLX 2 is this week's iPad App of the Week. It is a simulation of the old board game Risk, in which you try to conquer the world in a strategic game using di...
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Grab a Copy of Left 4 Dead 2 for $39

Sometimes it's best just to wait a day or two and not pick up that highly anticipated game right away. For the patient ones among you, today is your day. Lef...

Early BF Deal: Wii Console and Wii Fit Plus for $239.98 is continuing its pre-Black Friday promotions on video game consoles. The latest deal features a special bundle combining the innovative Nintendo Wii and one of its best accessories, the Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board. Though both products are selling for their regular prices, Amazon is including a $50 gift certificate with every order and taking an additional $50 off, making your total costs after the gift certificate deduction $239.98!

HP Pavilion dv2 Game Demo: Call of Duty World at War

cod_world_at_warThe HP Pavilion dv2 is an ultraportable notebook that's affordable, but has enough graphics muscle that users can enjoy video games and play Blu-ray discs. After toning done the graphics setting, I played Call of Duty Word: World at War at over 30 frames per second and recorded the below video clips.

Poor Spore Performance on Your New Notebook

Spore, the popular "casual" game from EA, has received as much sales and fanfare as it has controversy from its DRM policies. Spore sold 1M copies and 25M creations were created in its first 2 weeks so no one questions its popularity. But, does anyone question the quality of the visual experience between different notebook technologies? They should, as there are big differences that could really impact their enjoyment. One would expect that today on modern notebooks these differences wouldn't exist but they definitely do.