Another entry in the best short film series of all time, Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Part 4 - TECHNOLOGY holds up a mirror to point out how frivolously our culture spends it's time in the technology age.
Google Chromecast for Windows Surface RT, 8, Phone and Tablet | A method to using Chromecast with your Windows Devices
Lets break some brand barriers! Google, with it's barely passable Google Search app, obviously neglects us Windows users. Need to connect to Chromecast anyway? I'll show you how!
So often we hear about the "app gap" that is leaving the Windows Phone/RT/Tablet in the dust. Is there hope? Come check out some of the gems in the Windows Store that show Microsoft can still fight!
After a short hiatus and kickstarter campaign the team that brought you Don't Hug Me I'm Scared is back with Part 3: Love. Lets take a look at the meaning behind the latest episode by Becky and Joe.
Anyone who grew up in the 90's saw Penn & Teller, David Copperfield, Chris Angel and David Blaine all over TV. We all wanted to learn magic at some point! Here I'll give you some great places to start
The sequel to the amazing short film of the same name, Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Part 2 - TIME gives us a entertaining, albeit creepy, look at the way our children are introduced to time.
The Google answer to the un-smart TV! Chromecast is a cheap, simple and powerful streaming 'stick' that plugs right into your HDMI port and gives you all the standard streaming options.
The Windows Surface RT has had a late start in the Tablet Wars and the Windows Store has some major holes, but there are a few hidden gems to be found. Here's a quick look at some must have games!
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared is a catchy, albeit strange, musical short film directed by Becky Sloan & Joseph Pelling. It starts innocent enough but by the end you wont really know what you just saw.
With the lack of support to the Windows Store every new release is important. The latest batch of games included this classic GTA installment! Could it be another rare gem to bless us RT users?