Blizzard has officially announced the release date for the next major expansion to the WoW franchise, aiming to have Mists of Pandaria in stores on 25 September.
This week, Donald shows off the nerdiest way to feed your baby, Rafe protects you from phishing scams, and Eric has the latest from Blizzcon.
Lots to talk about this week, including a skateboard powered by quantum levitation, Lytro's revolutionary new camera, the future of Android skin, and a robot helper for Man's best friend. Plus, Donald shows off the nerdiest way to feed your baby, Rafe protects you from phishing scams, and Eric has the latest from Blizzcon.
Eric Franklin lists his favorite Blizzcon 2009 announcements for WoW.
Blizzard's annual convention suffers from fits and starts in the ticket purchasing process.
Apple's letter to the FCC makes some pretty incredible claims about what Google Voice does to the iPhone's phone functionality. TechCrunch calls the claims misleading when it's being nice. To us, they sound like lies.
Blizzard kicks off its annual fan convention with a new World of Warcraft expansion.
Five years after the massively popular online game came out, its 11.5 million users will get a new view into its lore, its artwork and its processes with World of Warcraft: The Magazine. But will anyone buy it?
Eric Franklin attends Blizzard's launch party for its much-anticipated second WoW expansion, Wrath of the Lich King, in San Francisco.
In the weeks leading up to the game's Thursday release, players have been hoarding their gold and dashing out on achievement runs.