Rambus Comes Out of Dark, Sues Nvidia for Patent Infringement

It's been a while since we've heard anything about memory maker Rambus, but the company has come back into the light to sue Nvidia for patent infringement. Rambus thinks that Nvidia's use of SDR, DDR, DDR2, DDR3, GDDR, and GDDR3 SDRAM in their products violates 17 (count 'em... 17!) patents that Rambus owns. Those… » 7/11/08 4:23am 7/11/08 4:23am

Dealzmodo Irony: Free USB Dancing Gamepad, from Kraft

Kraft, the company that I exclusively associate with the oh-so-fattening (and delicious) mac & cheese, has this odd deal on their site. They are giving away a free DDR-style dancing pad for the PC and free copies of the DDR knock-off, StepMania. They do want you to pay shipping, which is $6, but that isn't too bad for a … » 4/04/07 3:15pm 4/04/07 3:15pm

Finger-based DDR Pad For the Lazy Gamer

Tired of breaking a sweat every time you play Dance Dance Revolution?
Check out this miniature DDR pad that lets you rock out with your fingers instead of your feet. Just plug it into your PC's USB port for some Simon Says-style DDR. Sure, you'll be titled world's most slothful gamer, but who said games and exercise » 3/16/07 9:37pm 3/16/07 9:37pm