It’s hard to combine characters from wildly disparate sources into one epic story without things getting absurd. The Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite story demo’s strategy is to embrace the goofiness.
Pixar may be known for its eye-popping animation and airtight storytelling these days, but in 1988 it was a struggling high-end computer manufacturer with a demo video aimed at boring government bureaucrats.
Pokémon Sun and Moon’s special 3DS demo may not be out in all regions yet, but data miners are already hard at work extracting as much information as they can from the uploaded eShop files. (SPOILERS)
If you were worried the World of Final Fantasy PlayStation 4 (and Vita) demo would spoil the full game experience, you can stop. The standalone demo is just a quick romp through the game’s mechanics with a special treat at the end.
The next Zelda game isn’t out yet, but eagle-eyed players are already finding all sorts of cool easter eggs.
The Alenia C-27J Spartan is truly the high-performance SUV of the air. It is powerful, tough and can haul full-sized pallets used by the C-130 Hercules.If that wasn’t enough, it can even do rolls and loops. The Bulgarian Air Force has three C-27Js in its fleet, and for recent air shows they showed off their Spartans…
I've seen amazing demos of DirectX 11, but this is mind blowing. I have a hard time believing that this video is all rendered in real time with DirectX 11 hardware, but that's exactly what it is.
This video shows proof that Intel faked their CES 2012 ultrabook gaming demo: Mooley Eden said someone was driving a F1 car game backstage while in fact they were just playing a video clip.
Have you been curious about Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango)? Maybe you want to try it out without standing around in some store? Microsoft just made it easy to do exactly that on your iOS or Android phone. No installations required.
Google is trying to rid the world of dull tech demo videos by encouraging a bit of healthy competition. The company is asking users to submit video demonstrations of Google products and letting the world vote on the best ones
The XM25 is the deadliest hand weapon in the army arsenal. Why? Because it can fire 25mm rounds that explode at any distance set by the soldier, killing people protected behind walls or trenches. Here it is in action.
Photoshop 1.0 is old—20 years old to be exact—but it looks brand-spanking-new and fan-freakin'-tastic on an iPhone. Forget the newest version of the image editing software, because after seeing this teasing demo, you'd be happy with 1.0.
Whether it's vampires, men in suits of armor or simply high adventure you're after, this week's comics will provide it. There's also romance, reborn Wolverines... and William Shatner. Who could ask for anything more?
TVs might be getting beautifully thinner, but we're often still forced to use external speaker setups to get decent sound quality. Emo Labs' solution: embed a thin and clear "invisible" membrane speaker into the screen itself. Watch it in action:
This is the new iPod Shuffle, as presented by Apple employee Hannah. She likes gray clothing and she's not married. She'll walk you through the new VoiceOver and remote features while we nap.
Bless you National Electronics Inc, CE wholesalers out of NYC—I will buy your Bravias, so long as a palette of Live at the Acropolis DVDs is part of the deal.
The Gizmodo Gallery, which starts this week in NYC, is going to have voodoo. See, Blendtec, the guys responsible for those catchy videos of gadgets being destroyed aren't just giving us one to give away as a door prize, but they're setting us up with a demo model we can use to pulp our own gadgets with.
We've written about the sci-fi sounding Army's Future Combat System before, but the Army's just demonstrated a successful test of one of its components: the Quick Kill vehicle defense system. Check it out: the Raytheon system uses an electronically-scanned radar array to detect an incoming anti-tank rocket-propelled…