Cyber Monday arrived early last year for some very lucky Mexicans.
The Nintendo Switch has been revealed, but that only raised further questions! I compiled some of these for which we still don’t know the answer:
The first thing that I thought when the NES Classic Edition was announced was “WANT”. The second was “I would like a SNES, too!”.
A couple weeks ago, Nintendo announced the NES Classic Edition: a miniaturized replica of the original NES that connects through HDMI, comes bundled with its NES Controller and 30 pre-installed NES games for $60USD.
“Que digan que estoy dormido, Ike me traigan aquí...”
...which is reason enough in itself. And if you want to buy a physical copy, it's not going to be cheaper anywhere else, because...
Since the Spanish language does have a Grammatical gender, you can't simply translate "Villager" as "Aldeano" and forget about the Female version: la "Aldeana"! (Complete with voice-over! ). That care of the small details speak well of Nintendo.
I like this one.
Sharing your inspiration is half the fun and here at Lifehacker, we absolutely adore seeing what kinds of clever ideas you've come up with. So if you've ever wanted to contribute, here are some ways of making that happen.
Science fiction author Frederik Pohl passed away yesterday at the age of 93. In the 1960s, Pohl was the editor of Galaxy and If magazines and won numerous awards for his fiction over the years. He was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 1998. I didn't know Pohl personally but I had the honor of…
The grandfather paradox is well-known and has a good dramatic hook, but it's a rather ineffective controlled experiment. The Polchinski Paradox gives us a time travel paradox based purely on laws of motion, without any of that tiresome free will. Plus, it involves billiards.
Thanks to two studies published in Nature last Thursday, the chance of successful teleportation has considerably increased. Which is a good thing, right?
Now, modding the audio in a game like Minecraft isn't so rare. But R2Bl3nd's custom sound effects—all of which are his own voice—are too fantastic not to share. Heck, it's hard not to laugh as you watch this.
Scientific talks can get a little dry, so I try to mix it up. I take out my giant hairy orangutan puppet, do some ventriloquism and quickly become entangled in an argument. I’ll be explaining my theory about how the brain — a biological machine — generates consciousness. Kevin, the orangutan, starts heckling me.…
They’re big, full of gas, and have a penchant for hanging out way too close to their parents. These “hot Jupiters” are among the most common extrasolar planets in the galaxy. Here’s what the latest science is telling us about these celestial wonders.
We absolutely loved Pacific Rim. It was everything a great summer action movie should be. And plus, when it's Guillermo del Toro making giant robots fight giant monsters, what can go wrong? Well, according to the well wrinkled critical brain of HISHE, Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi's characters in the movie would…
After a rainstorm, especially a rain storm that breaks a long dry spell, the world smells different. What causes that strange, clean, earthy smell? A few things that aren't so clean.
Digital cameras and high-speed photography go hand in hand today, with many models letting you easily adjust the frame rate to capture your own high-speed footage. But believe it or not, high-speed digital cameras are actually a relatively new technology. Up until recently this was another area of photography where …