Tower defense games have been done in damn near every way possible: on consoles, mobile apps, and online flash-based games. However, there’s a new Kickstarter project, called Doodle Defense, that’s putting a new spin on that simple gaming idea using some open source algorithms, a whiteboard, computer,
California may be the 800-pound gorilla in the automotive legislation world, but their neighbor Nevada seems to be taking the initiative when it comes to self-driving cars. They’ve adopted a number of regulations into law, and are pushing the state as a legal testing-ground for companies preparing such
Guinness World Records, which has gained a whole new following of nerds since it decided to start dabbling in the world of video game records, has just released a list of the 50 games that were chosen to have the best endings of all time. Obviously the list has managed to strike a bit of
When it comes to Android’s built-in touchscreen keyboard, you either love it or you hate it. And if you’re in the latter category, chances are you’ve at least heard of Swype. It’s one of the most popular alternatives to the default keyboard and is so intuitive that it’s
Pinterest, the social image-sharing site that has exploded in popularity over the past few months, has found itself with a strange bedfellow: the U.S.…
Twitter is now accepting sign-ups from small businesses that want to participant in its self-serve ad program.
The self-serve rollout was reported this afternoon by Ad Age and others, and the sign-up page is now live. In a promotion with American Express, Twitter offering a $100 credit for free advertising
Two fake websites posing as Wikipedia and Twitter have been kicked off the Internet and fined £100,000 ($156,000) each.
The companies behind…
Last year was pretty cool for basketball fans. Even if you weren’t home, you could still tune into all the great March Madness action on CBSSports.com from your laptop or mobile device. This year, though, that same access will cost you $3.99. It’s not a huge sum of money, but it is a big
Independent game studio LittleTextPeople made waves at GDC with its eponymous interactive fiction game. Now it’s been acquired by virtual world pioneer Linden Lab, who will use its team and tech to create standalone products outside of its sole game Second Life. LittleTextPeople says it brings a "simulator
Remember when it took 23 clicks to find movie showtimes on your mobile phone? While that may seem like an eon ago, in reality it’s just been…