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http://www.gamesocietypimps.com Emre and Aaron play Scribblenauts for the Nintendo Wii U and realize quickly that a sacrificial friend is a very useful thing…
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If you ’ re quick, you can snag a Nexus 4 from T-Mobile today for $ 199 on contract. Ever before since its launch, the phone has been rather hard to purchase. Blame Google. Criticize LG. However it doesn ’ t matter now, ’ source you can buy one right this very second.
The Nexus 4 introduced on the Google Play store late last year. It sold out nearly immediately. T-Mobile then began selling the phone in some retail places last week. Now, precisely schedule, the Nexus 4 is readily available with its internet site as long as you ’ re willing to sign an agreement — which is kind of a disappointment.
Part of the Nexus 4 ′ s breakout success originates from its initial rates. Google cut the cordless carrier from the photo and sold the phone at a fair cost without requiring a brand-new agreement. At $ 349 the phone was slightly even more than a similar iPhone, however owners weren ’ t locked into a 2 year service arrangement.
So, if you ’ re about to lock yourself into a two-year agreement, right here ’ s the link to the most popular Android phone presently on the market. If not, keep on refreshing the Nexus 4 ′ s Google Play product page. It ’ s bound to be in stock sometime in 2013.
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We’re not sure if we ought to constantly cheer figures that mirror inactive behavior. Still, chalk one up for higher (if superficial) gender equality. Nielsen locates that, as of this previous March, guys who had a modern-day game console like the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Wii were using their TVs practically as much as women: while males in the wider population normally invest 37 less minutes in front of the huge display every day than females, that space diminished to a minimal 11 minutes when console usage came into play. Unfortunately, the agency doesn’t say simply exactly what’s getting guys to tune in for that much longer. Gaming is the most likely root cause, however a raft of streaming video choices could possibly have a few of those improved sofa potatoes seeing Hulu or Netflix rather of playing another round of Gears of War. If systems have individuals of all genders investing even more time together, we’re in favor of it; given that guys still spend over two times as much time on consoles as ladies, however, it’s clear there’s still a bridge to cross if we want more of a balance in the kinds of TELEVISION activity we appreciate.
WTF, Guys? Invite Me Next Time: Family Of Bears Break Into Norgwegian Cabin, Chug 100 Beers, Trash The Place
Picture unrelated: he actually bought that beer.
Because even bears know how to party harder than most of my friends (thanks for the birthday party, jerks!), a family of black bears recently TORE THE WALL OFF A CABIN to gain access, chugged over 100 beers and ate all the food inside, then shat and pissed everywhere. No word if they thought that was the cabin where Goldilocks lived, but bears are notoriously poor with addresses.
“They had a hell of a party in there,” cabin owner Even Borthen Nilsen told NRK. “The cabin has the stench of a right old piss up, trash, and bears.”
The bear, and three cubs, are reported to have forced their way into the cabin by ripping a wall off.
“The entire cabin was destroyed,” Nilsen told the local Finnmarken.no daily.
“The beds and all kitchen appliances, stove, oven and cupboards and shelves were all smashed to pieces,” he said.
And furthermore the bears had finished off all the food and drink in the house – including all the marshmallows, chocolate spread, honey and over 100 cans of beer.
Nilsen explained that excrement on the outside of the cabin left him in no doubt that it was a family of bears which had taken over his cabin for night of feasting and drunken revelry.
“You can see footprints on the windows,” he said.
Did you read that? Footprints on the windows. My God that must’ve been one hell of a party. Bears getting so drunk they can f***ing walk on walls? I’m *this close* to moving into the woods and starting a new life.
Thanks to LupusYonderboy, who’s actually partied with bears before and says they’re pretty cool as long you don’t go for a high-five and they accidentally miss and maul your face off.
Members of the Battlefield High School ILITE Robotics Team show off their dancing skills at the 2012 FTC Virginia States Competition!
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It’s in every science fiction book and movie since forever. Humans — the ordinary non-astronaut kind, like you and I — going up into space like it’s no big deal. And it’s generally believed that one day, eventually, space flight will become mainstream.
But alas, the day draws nigh. XCOR Aerospace and Space Expedition Corporation (SXC) have introduced the first aircraft that can endure frequent repeat trips to sub-orbital levels before tuckering out: the Lynx. Since the Lynx, a small fighter-esque plane that only holds two people, can make multiple trips a day back and forth to space, space flight becomes affordable enough for anyone to take the trip.
Well, not necessarily anyone. By “affordable,” I mean $ 95,000 for a ticket.
You’ll co-pilot the mission yourself, since there’s only space for two. The flight will last four or five minutes, over various spots on the planet, wherein the Lynx will flip upside down to give you a full view of our lovely rock.
According to Chief Test Pilot Rick Searfoss, who has traveled up into space with NASA three times as a Space Shuttle Commander, you’ll be able to see the curve of the earth and the thin blue line that separates our atmosphere from the black vacuum of space.
And though the Lynx doesn’t go past sub-orbital levels (around 100 kilometers), you’ll still feel entirely weightless.
The company has already sold over 175 tickets, and at $ 95,000 a pop, they’ll turn a profit immediately once they begin regular flights with private citizens. For now, we’re only in the testing phase, with commercial flights beginning no later than 2014.
Here’s an animation of the Lynx:
This is a shot of Youtube user 16bitghost’s (AKA Pete’s) extensive home gaming setup. As you can see, he has pretty much every console ever including some that only existed on the city of Atlantis before Poseidon sank it because its citizens started worshiping science instead of him. HISTORICAL FACT. The only real question about the whole setup is how Pete connects everything, or if he just pulls out a console on an as-desired basis and plugs it in individual. Don’t get me wrong, that’s still cool, it’s just that I have all my old consoles connected wirelessly. “GW, do you even HAVE any gaming consoles?” No, and my laptop is so shitty it crashes playing Minesweeper.
Hit the jump for several more pictures and a 12-minute video walkthrough of the room.
Sure, AT&T’s One X will officially hit store shelves this Sunday, but you may be in for an early weekend treat if you’ve taken it upon yourself to pre-order the thing.
It’s a common story, really — just about every time a hotly-awaited phone nears launch, it seems like some lucky son-of-a-gun manages to score one thanks to an overeager delivery person. Take another glance at your device’s order status (most likely though UPS if you ordered from AT&T) if you haven’t yet to see if your One X is set to land on your doorstep today.
Those first few moments with the One X could be a little rough, if these early reports are any indication — some unlucky AT&T customers are reporting longer-than-usual activation times. C’est la vie.
Of course, I get the feeling some of you may be rueing your decision to pre-order — if you’re always on the lookout for new and shiny hardware (and since you’re reading TechCrunch, there’s a good chance you fall into that category), Samsung’s newly-revealed Galaxy S III may be more up your alley. It may not have been the monumental leap forward some were hoping for — the expectations game is a real pain to manage — but it’s certainly going to be a real contender going forward.
Samsung Mobile head JK Shin remarked at the device’s launch event in London yesterday that the LTE version of the device would land in U.S. over the summer, and The Verge managed to lock that launch date down to sometime this June. Like HTC’s flagship, Samsung’s new smartphone is expected to land on multiple carriers’ sales channels in one form or another, so it’s a great time for customers to prowl for potential upgrades.