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- How 3D on the 3DS actually works — Kotaku
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- A DIY Tilt-Shift lens buying guide — Lifehacker
We all remember the sound of a dial-up Internet connection and our first time entering a chat room, but do you remember what year it was? We can all use a little lesson in tech history trivia, so take my quiz and see how well you can recall your important dates. You won't win a prize, but you sure will earn some bragging rights!
It was my favorite superhero movie of last year (it was so fun), and I'm anxiously awaiting its sequel to hit the big screen next year. Heck yeah I'm excited for Iron Man 2, but I'm not sure how I feel about another video game installment, given what happened last time. You know what I mean.
I can't think of a better way to continue the fun of a movie than in video game form, but there haven't been many to write home about, Iron Man included. But hopefully, the trusty hands of Sega can pull it off this time. Announced yesterday, Iron Man 2 is definitely hitting the shelves next year and will be available on your PS3, PS2, Xbox 360, Wii, and DS consoles. Did you play the first installment of the Iron Man franchise? Do you even care about a second?
I've been dying to get a cat but my apartment has a strict antifeline rule in my lease. Enter Sega Toys, who have created this lovely robotic cat, complete with touch sensors and real-kitty movements.
The kitty cat, whose name is "Yume-Neko Venus," which translates to "Dream Cat Venus", is kind of a dream. There's no litter to clean up, no hairballs, no stinky cat food, just a furry purring buddy.
True: There is also no heartbeat, but these guys probably have the same energy level as the real thing.
Following my repeated ploys for you all to share your favorite gadgets with me, PartySugar has come through, once again by sharing photos of her family's walk down memory lane with some Sega action. "This Easter my siblings decided it was time to bring Sega back," says Party. "My brother busted his old Sega out and was super stoked to see it still worked! PartySister proceeded to spend the next three hours glued to Aladdin her childhood favorite game."
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