Quite a few years back my dad and I made the change to Verizon from Telus. Yes, those companies are in two completely different countries. You see at the time the Canadian Dollar was at or just above parity with the United States and the phone plans offered by Verizon at the time were far, far, far more competitive than the any of the Canadian companies. Continue reading “Black to Blu: Finally moving from my Blackberry Bold 9930.”
In this futuristic alien killing genocide of the ages, you’ll have lots of great strategic madness on your hands. It’s good to have you back, commander.
Today Jeff, Cynthia and Kevin join up to talk about games, cyber attacks and streaming video. Check it out! Continue reading Technobabble Podcast 004
Welcome to a little series I’d like to kick off called “Oddball Game of the Month”, where I briefly share an odd little game I’ve enjoyed with you.
October’s title is a pretty little indie ditty called Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander.
If you’ve even browsed PC gaming tech in the last few years, you’ve probably heard of the legend of the “console killer” – a self-built PC that can compete with or even exceed the current generation of gaming consoles for a similar price. Indeed, in many a gaming thread on Internet forums can devolve into a console vs PC war, much to the annoyance of many a reader.
With the imminent release of Sony’s oddly named PlayStation 4 Pro (what exactly is “Pro” about it?), along with Nintendo’s vaguely defined NX and Microsoft’s mysterious Project Scorpio on the horizon, it seems a good time to revisit the concept of building your own console.
This is where Kevin talks in third person about how terrible iOS 10 is. You’re welcome.
My friends, it’s time for a good old fashioned rant.