Nintendo goes big on 3D with 3DS XL
Pixar puts a new twist on animation tech, Android users flip over popular iOS app, and Nintendo supersizes the 3DS.
It's time to live large, change your fate and flip out:
Nintendo just ordered up a E3.. Going on sale on August 19 for $200, the 3DS XL is 90% larger than the original 3DS. Nintendo could have taken this product in a new direction for gamers by . But no, the XL has the same design as the 3DS. It's also a bit odd that Nintendo didn't announce this two weeks ago at
So who would want the 3DS XL? Larger screens can be easier on the eyes, and gives you more screen room for drawing with art applications. It's also easier to view at a distance if you watch movies with Netflix or if you use tutorial programs for working out or cooking. I liked the size of the DSi XL when I got to spend time with it two years ago, however this version will be slightly larger.
Pixar is changing the fate of curly hair in animation. The animation studio developed And it looks incredible.(called Taz, after the Tasmanian Devil from Looney Tunes) to create the perfect bounce and flow of each corkscrew curl on Princess Merida's head.
The latest word on Microsoft's Surface tablet is that the first models will and no mobile connection option. That comes from Bloomberg; Microsoft's kept quiet about these details.
A Pew survey shows that most people arefrom the library. If you want to give it a whirl, check out our for downloading library books on an e-reader.
The Galaxy Nexus. But what about a Jelly Bean tablet? Expect to hear more about a Google Nexus tablet Wednesday at Google's developers conference., called Jelly Bean, looks to be the
The popular news-reader appphones, as well as the Kindle Fire and Nook. The app pulls in the story feeds from your social networks and favorite news sources, and presents them in a magazine layout. Just recently it added the option to pull in the feeds from your Google+ Circles.
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