This week we grappled with some difficult questions, such as what to do about a creepy (yet attractive) baby-sitter, women who show their thongs in a supposedly professional setting, whether or not buying a new car with a recent raise is good for your marriage, and proper tipping etiquette when shoddy service is at hand. Take a listen below, or subscribe to our iTunes feed here or our podcast feed here. Also, if you want us to answer YOUR question, just use the contact form here.
A few crazy people actually enjoyed our first podcast, so we went and did another one. This week we’ll discuss dogs vs. cats, what to do when your significant other is obsessed with video games, how to make large, life decisions, and how and when to end “the big lie.” Also why you shouldn’t sue us. Take a listen below, or subscribe to our iTunes feed here or our podcast feed here. Also, if you want us to answer YOUR question, just use the contact form here.
Reports suggest that both iPad 3 and iPhone 5 will be released this year. iPad 3 is rumored to support Retina display and the iPhone 5 supposedly has an entirely new design. Whether these are incremental jumps over their predecessors or major hardware changes is yet unknown.
Microsoft announced “Natural User-Interface Ads” or NUads for Kinect. This will supposedly solve the issue of advertisements being a passive medium targeted at an interactive group of people. Users will use Kinect inputs to interact with ads. For example, you can say “Xbox near me,” to have a map of the nearest outlet sent to your phone.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick recently said in an interview that we will see more of Duke Nukem in the future. Whether he appears in a new game, comic, T.V show or movie, Duke will not go away. Hopefully his next showing doesn’t arrive for another 14 years.
Online retailer Shopto.net leaked that Playstation Vita will launch on November 4th. Sony hasn’t confirmed anything yet, but the release date makes sense given Sony’s plan to release the powerful handheld towards the end of the year.
Half-Life and Portal developer Valve stated that it will be at Gamescom 2011. Valve was noticeably absent from E3 this year, so this might be its chance to show off DOTA 2, or possibly announce the highly anticipated Half-Life 2: Episode 3.