Posts From David Webb

Constantine now streaming on CW Seed

Were you a fan of the Constantine show that aired on NBC? The show, an adaptation of DC’s magical anti-hero, only lasted one season due to poor ratings two years

Nintendo NX to feature VR?

If you were following E3 at all this year then you know that Nintendo said nothing about the mysterious Nintendo NX, even though it is slated to release in March

SDCC 2016: Star Trek and Leonard Nimoy being honored at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con

This year’s SDCC event book cover will be featuring the late Leonard Nimoy, the actor who play Star Trek’s Vulcan Science Officer, Spock, for nearly 50 years. The cover will

Sony planning a whole new Spider-Man universe

It looks like the upcoming Spider-Man solo film, Spider-Man: Homecoming may be the beginning of more Spidey movies in the future. In an interview, The Hollywood Reporter asked Sony Pictures Entertainment

Where you can try the PlayStation VR for yourself

If you were paying attention to E3 at all this year, then you know that VR dominated most of the attention. It seemed like each major press event had some

Wizard World Sacramento 2016 – recap and review

The Sacramento Convention Center became a Mecca for all things nerd related on the weekend of June 17th-20th as thousands of people, from near and far, gathered for the annual

Say goodbye to OS X and hello to macOS

At Apple’s annual WWDC conference on Monday, the company announced the newest operating system coming this fall: macOS Sierra. With the new update that rolls out free in the fall, Apple

iOS 10 will (finally) let you delete the stock apps

As a former iPhone user, I can tell you that one of the biggest complaints I had was the inability to delete and replace Apple’s stock apps with apps that

Xbox One summer update brings the PC and Xbox even closer

If you have been following any of the news coming out of Microsoft, then you are probably already aware of their quest to merge the Xbox with the PC to create

T-Mobile brings their latest industry-disrupting moves at Uncarrier 11

Monday, June 6th, brought T-Mobile’s latest event – Uncarrier 11. For those of you not familiar, the Uncarrier events are where CEO John Legere announces new features and options for

Sorry, India, no refurb iPhones for you

The government of India has rejected Apple’s proposal to sell refurbished iPhones in the country. However, it is considering the application Apple submitted, seeking a waiver of the mandatory local

Apple in hot water with Caltech

According to a suit filed by Caltech, Apple has been using Wi-Fi technology that it should not have been nor that they had the rights to. The university claims that Apple

Hitch Theaters: take the drive-in theater with you

Hitch Theaters, a new Kickstarter campaign, lets you take the drive-in movie-going experience with you wherever you go. It utilizes the trailer hitch on your truck or SUV to hold

Fan builds semi-working Captain America shield

Captain America: Civil War is now in theaters and doing extremely well. For some fans, though, merely watching Cap wield the iconic vibranium shield isn’t enough. That was the case

Steelseries Siberia 350 review

Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen these days. With the industry saturated with options from low-end, cheap options to the luxury, expensive options, manufacturers must find a way to

New writer announced for ‘Sherlock Holmes 3’

Robert Downey, Jr. announced last week that the long awaited third movie in the Sherlock Holmes franchise will begin filming this year. Today that news was not only confirmed, but

Fallout New Vegas: Choose your own adventure

If you are in your mid-to-late twenties or older, then you probably remember the “choose your own adventure” books you might have read as a kid. My favorites were always

Razer Ripsaw capture card announced

Today, Razer announced their newest product for gamers: The Razer Ripsaw. The Ripsaw is a high-performance capture card that allows gamers to record and stream gameplay from their PC and

Star Wars Battlefront Outer Rim expansion review

Like a lot of players, I was excited to play Star Wars Battlefront when it came out late last year. I loved the idea of playing as iconic characters in

Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016 review

The city of San Jose was the center of the first ever Silicon Valley Comic Con on March 18th-20th. The event, hosted by Steve Wozniak, saw a huge turnout for