Welcome to the new year, as shocking and depressing as the old year.
It’s all fun and games until somebody gets hurt.
If you’ve been anywhere near the ocean, you’ve likely seen barnacles – the hard-shelled crustaceans that crust over wharves and rocks and the hulls of boats by the hundreds. Once they attach themselves to a solid surface, they are there forever, resting when the tide is out, feeding on plankton when the tide is in.
Ken Lucas, the Unwinnable Tech Hunter, dissects and tests the MOGA Pocket controller.
An already crowded media player marketplace sees Google step in, and Don Becker wonders if they just cleared the field entirely.
I want to tell you about my friend Rich.