Friday, May 22, 2015
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
So, what happens when you take Tamsoft, the developer of the Senran Kagura games, turn the perv factor down to PG-13 levels while keeping the gameplay, and add the characters of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series? You get a great time waster with tons more story compared to various other games in the genre!
Is that a bad thing? Not whatsoever! Find out what we think after the break:
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
We have been using Synology's DSM 5.2 beta since release inhouse with zero issues and are happy to report that DSM 5.2 is out of beta! There isn't much else we can say that the press release will tell you, but it's time to update. DSM 5.2 should be available as of RIGHT NOW! So read up and update your Synologys!
Update: You may want to make sure all your installed updates are running. We had to start up all of ours after the update.
Sunday, April 19, 2015
It has been months. Months of struggling. And here we are. I want to love you Google+, I really do. I've been your strongest advocate amongst my friends and family. Extolling your virtues over the other guys. We've been together for years, but now I have to let you go.
Why? It is simple. I need a better social network. I need a social network that works for me. Is there for me whenever I want it. Easy to use. Ready to go. And you just aren't it.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
You can read the full press release after the break
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Chappie has the rare distinction of being a movie that I both love and hate. I love it for its violence, humor, and subject matter. I hate it for its violence, humor and subject matter. I went in to Chappie expecting one type of movie, and I got a completely different type of movie. Both are the types of movies that I like, but one wasn’t the type of movie I was wanting to see.
If that sounds confusing, don’t worry, I’ll elaborate.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
So, Sony's attempt to grab cord cutter is out today. PlayStation Vue has launched in 3 US regions today. What starts as a great idea, streaming live TV with dvr features, quickly turns sour when you see the pricing. For $49-69, depending on the plan you want, gets you the equivalent of basic cable for the same price or more!!! At $30, it would be a perfect compliment to Netflix, Hulu and others, but the prices sony want for a service that ONLY works on the PS3 and PS3 right now seems like a project destined to fail. Where I am, $60 a month would net me a basic cable package with HD that includes more channels. Others may be able to snag basic WITH a premium channel for around the same or less! While the idea is sound, pricing kills it!
What do you think??
First, a confession. I am a Google whore. If there is one company whose products and services I completely swoon over, it’s Google. From Search to Google+, I use them all. I love the tight integration across apps and services. And all for my favorite price...FREE.
I also adore Android. What a great OS! So well woven into all of Google’s services and apps that I can’t imagine using any other OS for my phone. I’ve had a slew of Android phones and tablets. All of which have done everything I could hope for at the time except for one glaring detail...
I am an artist. I love to draw. At home, I had a standard desktop computer and a Wacom Cintiq 12wx drawing tablet. As an artist, there was nothing better than being able to create right in my computer. Except being able to create wherever I wanted, whenever I wanted. It’s because of this desire that I said goodbye to my Cintiq 12wx, my Nexus 7 tablet and invested heavily in a Surface Pro 2. As an artist, this device has been invaluable to my art. But this isn’t a Surface Pro review. And I promise that I’m coming to a point.
Friday, March 13, 2015