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Carcassonne App Review: A Must Have iPhone 4 Game

With the arrival of the much anticipated (and now infamous) iPhone 4 came a slew of "enhanced" or even specifically optimized titles for the new device.  This makes sense, due to the many upgrades in the new hardware, including (but not limited to) the ridiculously high-res Retina Display to the new gyroscope.

Amazon Kindle Drops to $189, Time To Start Reading?

If you've been waiting to get your hands on an Amazon Kindle mobile reader, now might just be the time for you to jump on board.  In response to the pricing of the Barnes and Noble nook and the incredible response to and demand for the Apple iPad, Amazon has dropped the price of the latest generation Kindle to only $189.

Tech Gifts for Dad This Father's Day

Not sure what to get the old man for his special day?  Forget the "Kiss the Cook" grill apron and the ugly ties.  Get the guy something he'll actually use and love... a gadget!

For the TV Watching Dad - A 3DTV

Most dads (except for mine) really like to watch TV.  Whether it's for their favorite shows on Lifet... er, Spike, or ESPN for sports, it's likely your patriarch parks himself on the sofa at least once in a while.  So, why not bring him to the next level with a 3DTV?

Nintendo 3DS Officially Outed at E3 Gaming Expo

In dramatic fashion, Nintendo has officially unveiled the Nintendo 3DS, a new handheld gaming system capable of delivering glasses free 3D visuals to players.

From a hardware perspective, the 3DS is similar to the DS in many physical respects, like the top and bottom two screen design, d pad, four facing buttons, clamshell design etc. Like the original DS, only the bottom screen is touch capable, with Nintendo's Soturu Iwata noting that "3D and touch don't get along very well."

Read the rest at Explore3DTV.com >>

Steve Jobs at Apple's WWDC 2010: iPhone 4, iOS 4, iAds, and More

Once again, Apple dominates everyone's Facebook, Twitter, RSS feeds, news broadcasts, and souls with its annual WWDC announcements.  In case your world didn't grind to a complete halt at 10AM Pacific Standard Time or you didn't get to make it to sunny San Fran, here's a quick and dirty breakdown.

Google TV To Invade Your Living Room. Should You Care?

A little less than a week ago, Google, the company known for shaking things up did just that by unveiling their new service called Google TV. Their goal: "combine the TV you know and love with the freedom and power of the Internet."

Now I've been asked several times what my thoughts are when it comes to Google invading the living room TV, because no one is really sure whether or not the search giant can succeed where so many others haven't. The web and the TV united is like the holy grail - whoever manages to pull it off will rule the world.

What is Google TV exactly? Here's their video to try and explain:

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