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That's right, folks. I was on a recent shopping trip to Target (you know, the up-scale Walmart?) and aimlessly walked through the toy department when my eye spotted the new game arrivals. Let me tell you, I'm a bit of a sucker for board games and the like, so I was really tempted to buy these. Something tells me, however, they are better on my phone.
That's right, I've compiled a list of my favorite mobile apps that have been turned into physical versions of the games. (I really hope you can detect the sarcasm!) These apps, some of which already existed in board game form, have been brought out of the digital age so that you can play them by candle light when the power goes out.
Number 5: Cut The Rope
As you can no doubt see in the picture below, Cut The Rope has come to real life. If it's anything like the digital game, you're going to need to buy lots of rolls of string to be able to play it.
We proudly brought you a review of the GTX 660 Ti around two weeks ago. Well, the NDA has finally been lifted and just about every other site known to man has released their review of the new card. We, too, have released another NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti review to go along with today's launch, this one of the MSI GTX 660 Ti 2GB Power Edition.
The cards perform as you would expect them too. At $300, the performance-per-dollar is pretty good. Without further ado, here's an incomplete list of NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti launch reviews.
GTX 660 Ti - HardwareHeaven.com
GTX 660 Ti - techPowerUp!
GTX 660 Ti - CowcotLand.com
Hello TweakTown readers, we're TechEye, and we think you'll be interested in these snippets from the industry over the last week.
Surprisingly busy for the typical Silly Season, that doesn't make some of the wheeling and dealing any less silly. Of course, this week has seen the industry beside itself with confusion as former SAPman Leo Apotheker reveals he wishes to make HP incredibly boring. Wall Street isn't happy, but the ex-HP head, Winsome Carly Fiorina, is. That, by the way, is not a good sign. Despite all signs pointing otherwise, HP in the United Kingdom said that it is still committed to the TouchPad and, staggeringly, webOS.