Microsoft's indie development initiative, ID@Xbox, is bringing in a bunch of games to launch first on console on Xbox One, including Superhot, Goat Simulator, Dungeon of the Endless, No Time to Explain and Smite.
Peek the full list of games ID@Xbox head Chris Charla announced during the Xbox Games...
August 12th 2014 at 8:26am
During Microsoft's E3 press conference today, Xbox head Phil Spencer revealed that Limbo developer Playdead's follow-up project Inside is coming to Xbox One in 2015. No additional platforms were announced.
[Update: A Playdead representative notes that Inside will "debut on Xbox," implying that a r...
June 9th 2014 at 1:33pm
Interior navigation is only just coming into its own, but IndoorAtlas has developed a technology that could make it just as natural as breathing -- or at least, firing up a smartphone's mapping software. Developed by a team at Finland's University of Oulu, the method relies on identifying the uniq...
July 9th 2012 at 3:55pm
Ever wondered what it's like to work at Apple? AOL Jobs spoke to Joe Moreno, a software engineer who worked at Apple from 1998 to 2007. Joe touched numerous products and projects, notably WebObjects and the Apple Online Store (No, he wasn't the guy who puts the yellow sticky note up when new product...
November 17th 2010 at 8:00pm
Typically the iFixit guys are the first to post pictures of dismantled Apple hardware, but this time it's the FCC, and the hardware is the iPad.
Engadget has the shots of the iPad's internals. Before you get too excited, note that the FCC took the time to cover up the specific chips, so we'll have...
April 2nd 2010 at 6:30pm
While the console launch frenzy has given us some exciting innards to look at lately, it's good to see someone finally take a big step away from that potentially hazardous (and sued) Wiimote, pick up a screwdriver, and delve right in. Similar to the precise movements that splayed the Wii itself, th...
December 20th 2006 at 10:37am
Here's one that doesn't happen very often ever. As bad as we rumor mongers pry and pry to get inside of ole Steve's brain, sneaking a peek behind closed Cupertino doors is all but impossible (even for Mr. Dell). Nevertheless, a clever Mac user got numerous undercover photographs of the inside worki...
November 10th 2006 at 3:58pm
Parallels has released a 4th Beta of
their much-hyped Workstation software for Intel-based Macs that allows OS virtualization (not just Windows) within Mac
OS X. Improvements and fixes in this new beta include:
Introduced full screen mode
Introduced dual-monitor support
Improved real CD...
April 18th 2006 at 2:05pm
Despite my previous two posts on the topic, there are things to like
about the Mac mini, and so I've decided not to return the machine. I still think it is overpriced and I also maintain
that the Front Row performance over Bonjour is shoddy at best. However, if you keep all your media on the Mac min...
March 8th 2006 at 5:00pm
I'll have my hands on a new iMac later today, so that I can weigh in with a little video review of the new computer,
but thank the Woz that the Japanese beat me to tearing open the new iMac! Now, I can simply direct your eager eyes over
to this site, so that you can peep into the new
January 17th 2006 at 6:45am
Continuing the tradition of taking things apart as
soon as they're released, a site by the name of KODAWARISAN has already dissected an Intel Dual Core iMac. The images aren't
incredibly hi-res, but they should be good enough to keep you from doing the same to your zippy new iMac.[via MacDailyNews]
January 14th 2006 at 7:00pm
I seem to remember a hack that came out shortly after the G5s shipping where someone claimed to have gutted the machine and replaced all the PPC innards with the insides from his old Dell. The Mac community reacted in shocked astonishment and freaked out, flaming the post. I seem to also remember...
June 8th 2005 at 12:45pm