WWII Super Mario propaganda posters: The Mushroom Kingdom needs YOU!

Gerald Lynch Art, Gallery, Gaming, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

Ever wondered how, in the face of almost 30 years of continual defeat at the hands of Super Mario, Bowser still manages to drum up a legion of Koopa Troopas to meet the portly plumber head on in the battlegrounds…

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INTERVIEW: Radio's Colin Murray on digital music, football streaming with BT Infinity and his love of Super Mario

Gerald Lynch Broadband, Features, Internet, Interview, Tech Digest news 1 Comment

Colin Murray, radio DJ, sports pundit on the airwaves and TV and generally-all-round-nice-bloke has partnered up with BT to help them promote their growing BT Infinity super-fast broadband network. He's created an online guide on how to get the…

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Wii – Christmas Gift Guide 2010

Gerald Lynch Christmas 2010, Features, Gaming, Round ups, Tech Digest news 6 Comments

Though the Nintendo Wii had much of its thunder stolen this year by the motion control releases of the PS3 Move and Xbox 360 Kinect, it was actually perhaps its finest year for games. Though often considered a "kiddie" console,…

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Happy 25th birthday Super Mario!

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

The world's favourite plumber, Super Mario, has turned 25. Happy birthday Mario! The driving force behind Nintendo's success over the last 25 years, Mario has lead the video-gaming charge almost as long as home consoles have existed. Easily the…

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Video of the Day: Man beats Super Mario Bros. using a dance mat

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Bit of Friday-fun here to wipe away those post-election blues. Nick Hagman aka 'The guy who killed Castlevania's Dracula armed with just his bare feet, Dance Dance Revolution mat and entourage of cuddly toys' has only gone and done…

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Battery-friendly hardware-accelerated Flash on the way, but will it ever make it to the iPad?

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Adobe Systems have announced that a release candidate version of their latest Flash plug-in is now available. Adobe claim that the 10.1 release candidate for Windows, Mac, and Linux will significantly reduce the amount of resources needed to power the…

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