Ouya's Android-powered console was recently benchmarked by developer James Coote and tested against a number of current-gen devices. The results?
You can probably make a pretty strong case that just about anybody who likes genre television is a fan of The Twilight Zone.
Although we geeks take our genre favorites very seriously, we also have a sense of humor, and can indeed take a joke, even about The Hobbit or LOTR.
The Hobbit’s a little over a week from being released, and it’s come under a lot of tough scrutiny lately.
There’s been a lot riding on The Hobbit, and a lot of controversy around it as of late.
The music business sure isn't what it used to be.
The Hobbit just had its world premiere on November 28 in New Zealand, and as we saw in the latest Peter Jackson production diary, it was quite a mad dash rush to complete th efilm, but he indeed made the finish line right on time.
Halo 4 is coming this Tuesday, and of course it’s going to make a ton of money whether the fans end up loving or hating it.
As regular TG readers know, we love the good old days of gaming, and have a lot of nostalgia for the times of the coin operated machines, as well as ancient home consoles like Atari and Coleco.
For an old school gamer like myself, it’s been quite fun to see advance posters for Wreck It Ralph around the city, because the art is done like old video games with pixelated graphics.
With all the craziness on the 'Net we’ve seen about Michael Bay's movie reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, it’s easy to forget our favorite heroes in a half-shell are back on television on Nickelodeon.
Game of Thrones is one hot genre show right now.
Yes, it's certainly nice to see that a fantasy series is growing through good old-fashioned word of mouth - proving to be a strong foundation that should continue to build for Thrones.
It's time to unwind and check in on the world of music with you friends at mxdwn.com and this week's Unplugging column. This week's column features news on Radiohead's new album and more.
Time to see what's happening the world of music with your friends at mxdwn.com and our weekly unplugging column. This week we have news that LCD Soundsystem is going to play only one final show and more.
Time to dig into the world of music with you friends at mxdwn.com and this week's Unplugging column. This week's column features the unfortunate news that The White Stripes have broken up.
It's time to check in with the world of music and your friends at mxdwn.com in this week's Unplugging column. This week's column features news on two huge festival announcements.
After countless rumored artists, high anticipation, and painful waiting, the Coachella 2011 music festival lineup has been revealed. This year’s lineup includes such artists as Arcade Fire, the Chemical Brothers, Kanye West, Animal Collective and the reunion of Death From Above 1979.
Time to check in with the world of music with the good people at mxdwn.com. This week's column feature news about two exciting additions to the 2011 SXSW music festival.
It's 2011! Check back into the world of music with the good folks at mxdwn.com and this week's Unplugging column. This week's column features stories on a riot that broke out at TSOL show in Los Angeles and more.
Well, it’s that time of year again. The time when one year ends, when another begins, and when we provide you with a recap of 2010 – the best of Unplugging.