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April 1, 2006
Tiger game.com To Make A Comeback???
According to a highly placed source at Tiger Electronics, the electronics giant is expected to release a new, revamped version of its failed game.com handheld video game console, internal codename "game.com 2.0", to compete with the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS, possibly in stores in time for Christmas 2006. Read More...
Apple To Release Some Crazy-Ass Touch Screen iPod That Can Follow Your Pupils Or Some Shit?
New iPod to Feature PDA Functionability and Video Gaming?
All eyes are looking toward Cupertino to see what spectacular new product(s) Apple will be rolling out with later today for the company's 30th anniversary. As usual, rumor sites are pumping out all but we have insider information that it will be a new generation of the highly popular iPod media player, this one with touch-screen capabilities and an all-new interface that can actually track your pupils to see what you're looking at... Read More...
Google PC Available In Stores Later This Year?
Low-End PCs to Come with Google-Branded OS and Google Browser
Some chatter is coming in from Google HQ saying that the search giant will enter the consumer hardware business and release the long-rumored "Google PC", low-end PCs branded by Google with its own operating system to rival Microsoft as early as October... Read More...
March 31, 2006
Apple To Somehow Buy Disney???
Will Mickey Mouse Have One Button?
The blogosphere is abuzz with speculation over the rumor that Apple Computer is intending to purchase entertainment powerhouse Walt Disney Company despite the fact that Apple nearly fell into bankruptcy less than a decade ago. Newshounds will note that Apple's CEO, Steve Jobs, is currently the largest individual shareholder of Disney. Interesting... Read More...
3-D SkiFree In Windows Vista???
Next Version of Windows to Feature Hyper-Realistic Yeti Action?
The reason for the recent delay of Windows Vista is rumored to be due to problems with a new version of SkiFree. The new game, tentatively titled "SkiFree 2.0" is speculated to be a major improvement of the original 1991 game, with realistic 3-D graphics, multiple levels, cel shading, and more. An insider at Microsoft told TNRI that rendering for the game is taking longer than expected, causing a delay in the highly anticipated operating system. Read More...
Macs To Switch Back To PowerPC?
Was Intel Processor Switch All A Fluke?
Several Macintosh afficianado sites are reporting that Apple is ditching its highly publicized and expensive switch to Intel processors back to PowerPC architecture, and that the whole thing was in actuality just a big fluke used a diversionary tactic. Newly created MacBook Pro G5s are expected to begin shipping as early as early May. Read More...
News Corp. Adding Subliminal Messages in Myspace Profiles?
Or Are Rumors Crazy as a Fox?
Could News Corportation, Rupert Murdoch's megacorporation that owns 20th Century Fox, the New York Post, Fox News Channel, and most recently Myspace.com be adding subliminal right-wing messages into users' Myspace profiles? That appears to be the case, at least according to some media watchdog bloggers. More inside. Read More...
Microsoft's Origami Project Revealed: It's A Toaster
Microsoft insiders are telling TNRI that the mysterious Origami Project that created quite a stir across tech sites over the past few months is in actuality a toaster, not a mini-computer as previously speculated. The toaster will have 7 toast settings, butter dispensing utilities, and an RSS reader. As Redmond blogvangelist Robert Scoble said, "let's keep our hype in check OK?" Read More...
Wikipedia: The Game???
GBA to Play Host to World's First Open-Source Video Game?
We don't know what this is all about, but we just recieved this photograph of some sort of Wikipedia-based video game on the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. It certainly looks legit to us! Read More...