The company hoped to sell 9 million Wii U units between April 2013 and March 2014. It now expects to sell just 2.8 million units.
In honor of the biggest comic convention on Earth, today we pay homage to the cosplayers who make Comic-Con that much more...interesting.
Begun in 1944, an Irish attempt to witness apparently solid pitch tar dripping from a funnel finally bears fruit.
That's the same price as a new non-touch-screen Kindle. The warranty may be shorter, but the touch features definitely offset the risk.
Mozilla's mobile operating system hopes that by providing super cheap phones, it can do battle with Android.
Don't need unlimited space? How about 10GB for free? Either way, this cloud service tackles Dropbox with an interesting twist.
Bonnie's back, just in time to witness a barrage of futuristic concept videos. We get Samsung's take on the transparent tablet of the future. Also, Toyota's vision of a self-driving psychedelic car from a frightening nightmarescape where the middle-aged are given the Logan's Run treatment. We revisit the fashion predictions of 1939 and watch as flying robots construct foam towers. In Geek News, Eric recounts his obsession with MST3K and the latest Rifftrax Riffplayer, makes amends with Dr. Who Fans, and shows us the creepier side of Batman.
The British designer credited with inventing the laptop has died, following a battle with cancer.
We're previewing the future one concept video at a time. We look at Samsung's future in which transparent tablets conjure holographic magic. Toyota's squeaky-clean future makes us feel dirty. And to even things out we revisit 1939's vision of the year 2000.
That's ten bucks less than Amazon's non-touch-screen Kindle. Granted, this Nook is refurbished, but it still has a one-year warranty.