…and is the exact same game you bought in 2013 for every other gaming system.
The hotly anticipated PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is slated to be released on April 14 with new and improved graphics gracing the violent landscape of fictional Los Santos. At 60 frames per second and the capacity to play across three monitors, gamers can immerse themselves in the ultimate experience with the new release. More
Google has always been among the most innovative companies and their latest product, Smartbox, is no exception. They are making good ol’ snail mail a relevant thing again.
Going to college in Boston isn’t always a walk in the park. More
April Fool’s Day hasn’t even arrived yet, but Google Maps is already having their fun. You can now turn any place, any city, any neighborhood into a game of Pacman. All you have to do is select your favorite area (in Boston, of course), click on the Pacman icon on the bottom left corner and you can begin gobbling up little dots on your screen.
While Cards Against Humanity is most famous for creating some of the most awkward moments at your most recent family get-together, they’re dipping their toes into social justice and outreach via a recently released new deck entitled the “Cards Against Humanity Science Ambassador Scholarship.” More
Spring is on its way, no matter how many dirt-encrusted snowbanks still dot our street corners. That means it’s time to get out, get active, and exercise those long-dormant muscles. But before you commit yourself to a weekend hike or a 30-mile bike ride, be sure to watch these movies on Netflix before they disappear from the platform for good. And if you’re looking for what’s to come, check out the titles that are arriving to Netflix next month.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz became the first major candidate to officially announce he would run for President in the 2016 race, kicking off his candidacy in front of a crowd of students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Readers interested in Cruz’s run can visit his official campaign website at tedcruz.org — not tedcruz.com, dot org. That’s because someone else owns Tedcruz.com, and has been using it to voice support for President Barack Obama. More
Harvard students are among the best and brightest in the country, but even the most book-smart collegiate needs to look up a definition now and then. And according to Dictionary.com, the word Crimson attendees looked up the most often in 2014 makes a whole lot of sense. More
If you were bored or antsy at work this past Friday (and who among us wasn’t?, you may have played a round of Google Feud, the Family Feud-style game where users try to guess the top ten answers that finish Google Autocompletes. More
SXSW is underway in Austin, showcasing the best and newest elements of the music, film, and interactive marketing worlds. In between attending tech seminars and film screenings, festival-goers are spending time on Tinder. But their swipe-rights aren’t ending in hook ups.