Monthly Archives: April 2013

Awesomely Ironic

Microsoft can’t seem to make much of a dent in the mobile market (more like a ding, not to be confused with a Bing): Microsoft has reportedly developed an Android application with the sole purpose of stealing users away from Google. According to a report from CITE World, the company will be releasing the “Switch […]


I’m not sure what’s inside Apple’s insanely great data centers, but apparently not my synced Safari tabs (some of ’em), nor sequential transcripts of my Messages. Yes, it still seems Google is getting better at design faster than Apple is getting better at web services.

Jersey, Yo.

So I’ve done it again. I’ve launched another Kickstarter project. It’s called, Grown In the Garden (State). It features 54 actors, musicians and TV personalities from my home state of New Jersey. I’m producing a poster, a deck of cards and a couple t-shirts. (the poster is still in-progress)

And Eva Mendes Is Too Hot

Haydn Shaughnessy at Forbes is worried about Samsung’s success (via BGR): Samsung Electronics continues its astonishing launch program by introducing the Galaxy Note 8.0 into the US, tomorrow, April 11th, having quietly launched in the UK last week. But is the Korean company stretching itself too far, too fast? This is why you have to […]

Your First Priority Is To Make Them Fun

NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has some smack talk about the iPad: Huang went on to explain that the iPad is capable of games that are “vintage 1999,” while the Kepler Mobile chipset can handle high-dynamic-range lighting and active shadows, features not found in today’s mobile games. He’s CEO of a graphics processor company who’s chips […]

Games Are Games

So brain games might be bullshit: The answer, however, now appears to be a pretty firm no—at least, not through brain training. A pair of scientists in Europe recently gathered all of the best research—twenty-three investigations of memory training by teams around the world—and employed a standard statistical technique (called meta-analysis) to settle this controversial […]