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Nintendo Wake Up Call

Nintendo Wake Up Call

After the uncompromising failure that is the Wii U video game console, Nintendo as a company was certainly in need of a serious wake up call.  The CEO cut his own personal salary in half, and many other top level executives are taking pay cuts as well.  Due to their reluctance to license out their […]

International CES Showstoppers Floor Coverage (Hands On)

International CES Showstoppers Floor Coverage (Hands On)

Amidst the robotic and audio visual glitz and glamor of the Showstoppers event for International CES, I soon became enthralled with the subject of biometrics.  With no suggested denial of the coolness factor involved with the leaps and bounds that have occurred in both video screen and speaker technology, security and privacy control (that actually […]

Hangover Free in the New Year

Hangover Free in the New Year

With the New Year beckoning, the most famous annual hangover is right across the horizon for many celebrants across the globe.  But there may be some measures to ensure a hangover free New Year’s Day, or at least a day that does not involve swearing off drinking forever and moaning on the living room sofa. […]

Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Head Trauma

Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Head Trauma

One of the most frightening propositions in this world is certainly the potential of losing the complete grasp of memories and the experiences that have a fortified a particular person’s path in this world.  Alzheimer’s Disease can do that very thing, and recent studies conducted at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota suggest that the […]

J.D. Salinger Hidden Stories Leaked Online

J.D. Salinger Hidden Stories Leaked Online

J.D. Salinger has always drawn a complicated smattering of differentiating viewpoints from everyone to literary critics, publishers, to the public at large.  Now with a recent leak of three not previously published stories by Salinger occurring, his intentions both as an artist and businessman have come under heavy discussion across the internet and onto the […]

Nintendo Survives on Classics

Nintendo Survives on Classics

Nintendo differs from major competitors, especially in the recent years, from Microsoft and Sony most distinctly by surviving on the classic game franchises that have been their bread and butter year after year.  Titles such as Super Mario Bros. and Zelda have singlehandedly sustained the hardcore gaming market for Nintendo, as opposed to their attempts […]

Oxytocin is Love

Oxytocin is Love

For thousands of years scientists and self-appointed gurus have tried to define what love actually is and what creates it; by the simplest possible definition love is the chemical oxytocin.  Oxytocin stimulates reward receptors in the brain creating the impact of positive mental reinforcement and comfort.  This is in slight contrast to the large levels […]

Steam Machine Will Compete with Xbox One and PlayStation 4

Steam Machine Will Compete with Xbox One and PlayStation 4

  The Steam Machine being developed by Valve software will be a very unique contender entering into the console wars.  Although it will not be fully revealed until CES in this coming January, it will definitely be the kind of console that has often been promised by developers but has not actually seen a shelf […]

Seth Rogen Crack Smoking Movie

Seth Rogen Crack Smoking Movie

For several years Seth Rogen has been shopping around a movie to producers about a politician who smokes crack.  Producers felt that the concept would be too farfetched resulting in more of a slapstick comedy than a believable comedic romp.  But now thanks to the now famous crack smoking mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, the […]

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