It was expected that Blu-ray would win the HD “war.” Shortly after our previous story on the subject, Toshiba announced that they will stop making HD-DVD players. This was only one day after Wal-Mart decided to stop selling HD-DVDs. Now the battle will be between Blu-ray, regular DVD disks, and internet downloading.
A previously reported phenomenal Japanese show featuring people trying to contort themselves into strange shapes will soon be remade for American audiences and featured on Fox. Fremantle, best known for “American Idol,” will be producing the show. [Source: AOL News]
DIRIAMBA, NICARAGUA — Due to the unexpected loss of the New England Patriots, hundreds of shirts and caps created in advanced to celebrate a Super-win for the Patriots have been shipped to Nicaragua and given out to children in the city of Diriamba. According to Miriam Diaz, of humanitarian organization, World Vision, “The children are […]
Engadget, the popular gadget website, just put HD-DVD on their “deathwatch.” HD-DVD looked promising with it’s slightly lower price range, but with Sony’s continual push of Blu-ray technology, HD-DVD looks pretty beat. It might be due to lack of studio support for HD-DVD, with Blu-ray now holding about 70% of newly released titles. Warner gave […]
The one thing that sucks about the newest series of hit games where you play “musical instruments” is that you spend hours learning how to play on a plastic toy that you are never going to use after you beat the game. Enter Guitar Rising, GameTank’s newest production. Guitar Rising will allow players to use […]