Mobile Game Review: NBA Jam For iOS

Boomshakalaka! Having grown up in the ’90s, NBA Jam: Tournament Edition is one of the many games I look back on fondly. Before the release of Goldeneye, NBA Jam is what my friends and I would play nonstop. Packed with outrageous dunks, an over-enthusiastic announcer, and violent gameplay that only vaguely follows the rules of […]

Midweek Fun: Nuke the Undead in Atom Zombie Smasher

Indie developer Blendo Games released their latest game, Atom Zombie Smasher, a couple of days ago. With a name like that, how could the game possibly be bad? Atom Zombie Smasher, as the name implies, is all about smashing zombies. You are tasked with cleaning up your area’s zombie (or Zed, as the game calls […]

Latest LauncherPro Update Adds Sweet New Transitions

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It’s been over a month since we last heard from Federico Carnales, developer of the awesome Android homescreen replacement application LauncherPro. He’s been busy completely rewriting LauncherPro from scratch, but recently found time to push out an update to the current version that adds some very cool screen transitions. For the uninitiated, LauncherPro is one […]

Techerator Holiday Gift Guide: Gamer’s Edition

The holidays are right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me you haven’t even thought about starting to shop for gifts. In the past this situation might have ended with you in tears at the mall, desperately fighting against throngs of soccer moms and biting children, hoping to grab the last of whatever […]

Holidays 2.0: How the Internet Changed (and saved) Christmas

The internet is without a doubt one of the greatest and furthest reaching inventions in the history of mankind. It allows for near instantaneous communication with people on the other side of the planet (and even in outer space). Internet connectivity has become so ingrained into our everyday lives that it’s often hard to imagine […]

What To Do If Your Android Home Screen Replacement Lags

Home screen replacement apps are one of the many benefits of the open nature of Android. They provide speed and functionality above and beyond what the default home screen can offer. Unfortunately, due to the nature of how home screen replacements work, some issues can arise. One persistently annoying issue surfaces when the entire home […]

A Quick Look at the New Firefox Mobile (Beta) for Android

Back in May, I looked at a pre-alpha build of Firefox Mobile for Android. Being a pre-alpha product, it had its shortcomings. It was slow and buggy, yet showed tremendous potential to shake up the Android browser market. Last week, Firefox Mobile officially entered its beta stage, bringing along with it tons of improvements and […]

Easily Hot Swap SATA Hard Drives With HotSwap!

One advantage that SATA added over previous connection standards is the ability to hot swap devices. This allows users to add and remove devices, such as hard drives and optical drives, without restarting the computer. While it is possible to manage these hot swapped devices in Windows, it doesn’t always work properly and can be […]

Friday Fun! Expand Your Gaming Horizons With ‘The Day’

This week’s edition of Friday Fun is a bit of a departure from the usual games we feature. While it’s still technically a Flash game, The Day is more interactive fiction than it is an addictive time waster like most Flash games. Gameplay is incredibly simple, and much greater emphasis is placed on atmosphere and […]