The third installment of its original franchise doesn't come out until June 18. But an advance screening at Pixar's headquarters shows that the studio is still very much on top of its game.
Will Wright, best known for his creation of The Sims franchise, calls the Wii console a "toy" during this week's Game Developers Conference.
Behold the Mitsuoka Orochi. If you want the distinction of owning one, it'll cost you about $95,000 and the price of a plane ticket to Japan. Or, for about $60, you could pick up a much smaller version that transforms into a robot.
Set to hit shelves on June 15, three days before its namesake Pixar movie, the new video game features both a film-faithful story line and an open-ended "toy box" mode.
Just got a new PC or phone, but you can't decide which software apps to load up? Relax. Here's a round-up of great suggestions for getting started.
Today's episode of The 404 Podcast resurrects our favorite toys and action figures from the late 1980s and early 1990s.
If you make your kid think he can be president, he will grow up disappointed. Tell him he's headed for a life as an office drone and at least he'll be mentally prepared.
If you believed that the first "Droid Does" teaser was the last time Verizon was going to attack the iPhone, you would be mistaken. Here we go again.
While Apple is so clever at appealing to both sexes, the Droid, with its new "Stealth Bomber" ad, seems to be developing an abjectly male persona.
For decades, the defense group has let you follow the Christmas Eve travels of the jolly old elf. These days, technology is playing a bigger role than ever.