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If you haven't finished your holiday shopping yet, there's still time to pick up some great gifts. To help you finish checking all the boxes on that gift list, we've partnered with Best Buy to pick some great gadgets for everyone on your list. (http://gdgt.com/hub/best-buy/). These include some of our favorite products, like the iPhone 5, Xbox 360, and Fitbit Aria scale.
What's on your gift list this season? And if you're still shopping, what's your...
Sources say that Microsoft concluded that it needs its own tablet, with the company designing both the hardware and software in an effort to better compete against Apple’s strengths. Microsoft’s tablets may... Read more →
As a reminder:
Apple: Buy a mac get $100 App store card, but an iPad get $50 App store card ( http://store.apple.com/ca/browse/campaigns/back_to... )
Microsoft: "U.S., students who buy a qualifying Windows PC worth $699 ($599 Canada) or more at participating retailers can get a 4GB Xbox 360 console for free" ( http://windowsteamblog.com/windows/b/windowsexperi... Read more →
What awaits us? Some of the stuff they've shown us:
- Halo 4
- Splinter Cell
- EA Sports (Madden, FIFA) on Kinect
- Gears of War
- Forza Horizon
- Sports apps/streaming (MLB, NBA, NHL, UFC, ESPN)
- Xbox Music
- Nike+ Kinect Training
- Xbox SmartGlass
What if there were a NAS (Network attached storage) server that could store all the data used for all Xbox 360s on the local network? Things like profiles, game saves, movies, and even games and DLC could be installed on it. It would become the assigned device of the digital download licences. It would be... Read more →
The deal begins May 20 in the US, May 18 in Canada. Just show a valid student ID to one of the participating retailers for the freebie. Those "participating retailers" include Best Buy,... Read more →
I was wondering if one device was better than others in terms of featureset and performance for the 2012 version of the MLB app when connected to a 1080p HD TV.
Now I don't know about everyone out there, but $59.99 is my limit and the game has to amazing for me to even consider purchasing it at that price. I do most of my shopping on Amazon.com and I wait for their video game sales.
Yet I can't say that I feel confident that games...
Edit: looks a big change was the Netflix UI and it's not too bad. I like being able to select audio subtitles as an option now. However I can't seem to identify how one restarts a currently watched episode. I wonder if anyone else is finding different changes that are for the better or worst yet.
I plan to dive into it via PS3 this weekend. (Find me on PSN: "rockbandit007")
What system are you going to be playing on? Maybe we should create a gdgt platoon! (And if I ever seen "[gdgt]" in all caps, that's grounds for immediate court martial.)