Monthly Archives: April 2013

Surgeon Simulator review

Operation meets QWOP. Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a game in which you control an apperantly brain-damaged surgeon going about his daily life doing doctor stuff, saving patients in various opertations. From breaking ribcages to ripping out livers to cutting people’s … Continue reading

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Next Gen Xbox and WWDC 2013

A splash of news from Microsoft and Apple today. The next generation Xbox will be announced at a Microsoft event on May 21st. The event, titled “A New Generation Revealed”, will take place in Microsoft’s Xbox division in Redmond, Washington. … Continue reading

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Google Fiber coming to two new cities

Google Fiber was launched last year in Kansas City. The web giant has decided to expand its network of fiberoptic connections elsewhere. They announced on April 9th that the superfast internet will be arriving in Austin, Texas by mid-2014, and … Continue reading

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Football matches on TV – how do they do it?

Have you ever watched a football match (and yes, I’m talking about soccer football here) and wondered how they can throw so many statistics at your face? I’ve wondered the same thing for years, but I’ve finally found out. The … Continue reading

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Prison Architect review

I got this game a few days ago, and I think I’ve played it enough to review it. Please note though: The game has not been officially been released yet (nor is it even in beta), so this is a review … Continue reading

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EA wins The Consumerist’s “Worst Company in America” award – for the second year in a row!

Congratulations, EA, on winning two consecutive golden poos. The Consumerist’s readers have voted, and they’ve done it again: declared EA to be the worst company in the United States. “Following last year’s surprise Worst Company In America victory by Electronic … Continue reading

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Facebook Home and HTC First

Why did I wait to talk about this until today? Because this phone is my idea of hell. Facebook hosted this event primarily to show that they are really getting in to the mobile market, and they did this by … Continue reading

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