Together with Spicy Horse, American McGee has taken his latest macabre fantasy game based on The Wizard of Oz to Kickstarter.
A new Nokia ad slams Apple fans as braindead zombies, while also laying into the iPhone's photographic skills.
In its latest attempt to paint those who have an iPhone as retrograde, Nokia offers that its camera doesn't need to use flash, while the iZombie camera pales by comparison.
Zombie TV show The Walking Dead shambles onto Lovefilm today, taking a big bite out of rival Netflix.
We're getting some international love today as GameSpot Australia's Dan Chiappini chimes in today about the current state of gaming post-E3.
A customer of Canada's Shoppers Drug Mart wonders why he is getting someone else's mail from the pharmacy. He asks whether it might have been intended for someone from the future. He receives a reply that stops him dead.
Self-declared "front page of the Internet" arrives on Google Glass, giving Glassers the ability to upvote, downvote, and share content on the go. Addictive time sink + wearable computer = glassy-eyed Redditors.
Part RunKeeper, part "Walking Dead," this unique app turns your everyday run into a virtual run-for-your-life adventure. But is it any fun?
Made for and shortlisted as a finalist in this year's Tropfest, short zombie film Cargo is about a dad who will transcend death to save his daughter.
A completely retooled version of Plants vs. Zombies prepares to descend upon the world's largest social network, plus Popcap teases Plants vs. Zombies 2.