Today in New York, Google is expected to announce its next generation of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones. The event is scheduled to begin at 11:00 AM EST (10:00 AM CST) and is invite-online, and fortunately that’s only if you PHYSICALLY want to be there. However, for the rest of us peasants, Google will be streaming the entire show online via its YouTube channel so we can can follow along (and the show will be archived for watching later on your own schedule). Continue reading “Watch Google’s Reveal of the Google Pixel 3 (and LIKELY More Devices) RIGHT HERE!”
Today, at 1pm ET/10am PT, Google’s (likely) going to tell us about Android N details, Android VR, Chrome, self-driving cars, chatbots, and all that other fun stuff they have in store for us this year — and beyond.
Continue reading “Watch the 2016 Google I/O Keynote Right Here (UPDATE: It’s Over)”
Here’s a slideshow of pictures I took from the very first Penny Arcade Expo South (PAX South) that took place at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center from January 23-25, 2015! LONG LIVE PAX SOUTH!! Continue reading “PAX South 2015 Slideshow!!”
Live Video Feed Courtesy of Machinima The day has finally come! 3 months after Sony’s reveal of the specs, features, and games for the upcoming PlayStation 4, Microsoft will finally join the party regarding their new, long-awaited next-generation Xbox video game console. Kovic and Bruce of Machinima will be running this live event feed where they will break down all the news from Microsoft’s reveal, LIVE IN LIVING … Continue reading The Next XBOX Reveal LIVE with Kovic and Bruce of Machinima [10AM PST]
When Sony officially announced the PlayStation 4, all I had to say in reaction was: Dang it, Sony; just shut up and take my money! Continue reading The Future of PlayStation [REPLAY]
Back at MIT in March of 2007, almost 80 people gathered for a 1-1/2 day conference hosted by the MIT College of Architecture to discuss why only 1% of AIA members are black and why there are fewer than five black professors full-time at major architecture schools in the country. Just to show how dedicated, tough, and COMPLETELY BOSS these guests and panelists were, they didn’t allow a late-winter blizzard (that shut down most of the airports in Boston) stop them. Continue reading “MIT’s “The Black Architect’s Journey” Conference on Architecture, Race and Academe”