Feral ports PC games to the Mac, and the company's new download site makes it easy for you to try them out before you buy. Seven games have demos available now, ready to grab by BitTorrent. More after the jump...
When you think of the future, what comes to mind? Hovercraft, jetpacks, and everyone wearing androgynous zippered bodysuits with communicators built into the shoulders? Possibly. But we doubt you’d think of a pen
Did you watch it? Wasn't it great? Did you love how the Italian judge called Woz's performance "like watching a Teletubby going mad at a gay pride parade"? Oh man, so did we. Check the video after the jump...
I create a weekly audio podcast, using GarageBand, Audacity, and iTunes. I can do every step on my old PowerBook G4, except for converting the MP3s into Windows Media (WMA) and Real Media (RA or RM) files for those die-hard listeners who insist on clinging to those formats.
Lego Indy packs co-op fun, cute silliness, and occasional frustration. Legos and Indiana Jones are two great tastes that—fortunately—taste great together. If the rousing trumpet theme from John Williams’ classic score leapt to mind as soon as you saw the screenshots on these pages, you really ought to play this game.
Any product with the word “me” in its name should somehow reflect your own style or personal preferences. We present seven secrets to making the “me” in MobileMe say what it means and mean what it says.
One feature of the iPod is that you can play purchased music stored on your iPod on someone else’s computer. Of course, you can’t save the music on that computer without “authorizing” the machine to play it, which is good since it stops illegal pirating of purchased FairPlay-protected music.
Looking back over this series of games on consoles and the PC, it becomes apparent that CSI Crime Scene Investigation has been notable for its mediocrity throughout its first three iterations. And not much has changed for this fourth helping of grisly forensic rummaging.