Switching channels is a way to get the latest features before they roll out to everyone. Keep in mind that choosing to enable experimental features may result in crashes and bugs.
This weekend I attended the Houston Hackathon v4. It was an amazing experience, to say the least. I got to meet very talented people and work on a project that helped the Houston Community. This article will highlight the many brilliant projects that were created.
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 (2015 Model) does not come with much storage by default. Both the CB35-C3300 (Celeron 3215U) and the CB35-3350 (Intel i3-5015U) Broadwell models only come with 16GB of onboard SSD memory.
This is a review of the SuperCard DSTwo, a slot-1 DS flashcard loaded with features. In this review, I will discuss the main features, what you can expect as well as a video review. What’s in the box? So when you first receive the package, you’ll get a box similar
What is PPSE-DS? PPSE DS stands for Project Pokemon Save Editor DS. It is a small bit of homebrew made to run on Nintendo DS Flash Carts. It edits the saves of Generation 4 Pokemon games right on the flash cart. It is similar to Pokesav or Pokegen but different in
What is PokeGen? PokeGen is a Pokemon data editor for Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Heart Gold, Soul Silver, and Black and White 1 & 2. It works from a computer and can interact with a game by using one of these: an Action Replay, a flashcart, or a GTS sending program. PokeGen
This is a review of the August 2014 edition of Skoshbox, a monthly subscription to Japanese candy! I have to say, this was a very interesting box to review. If you want to check out my first Skoshbox review click here.
Skoshbox is a monthly subscription to an assortment of candies and snacks from Japan starting at $12/month. [skoshbox.com] This is a review of Skoshbox (June 2014 Edition).