A Complete Guide to Playing Video Files On Your PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii

If you're here reading Gizmodo, there's a good chance you have a hard drive full of video somewhere. And you also probably have a PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii. If those two things aren't working together for you in beautiful symbiosis, allowing you to watch all of your downloaded or ripped video on your TV instead of… » 11/21/08 4:30pm 11/21/08 4:30pm

Nintendo Offers Solution to Wii Storage Problem, Uses Wii Points to…

More from the Nintendo Press Conference: the company will let you download games onto SD cards » 10/02/08 1:53am 10/02/08 1:53am on the Wii, starting Spring 2009. Yes, you'll have to wait another four or five months before you get to unclog the Wii's paltry HD, but at least it's something right? Nintendo president Satoru Iwata also talked about an…

Rambus Targets 1TB/sec Bandwith For Computer Memory

Memory maker Rambus has unveiled its Terabyte Bandwidth Initiative with the goal to develop a new memory architecture capable of achieving 1TB/sec bandwidth. The plan is to push the data rate to a whopping 32X—which can provide a 16Gbps signaling rate with a 500MHz clock. Compare that with to the 2bits/1Gbps provided… » 11/28/07 4:40pm 11/28/07 4:40pm

ScrewAttack Blows Up One Gaming Console for Each Dallas Mavs Choker

The guys at ScrewAttack, known for their revengeful destruction of numerous gaming consoles such as the Xbox, are really pissed off this year because the Dallas Mavericks are out of the NBA playoffs in the first round. So they've decided to create a "Let's have Handsome Tom blow shit up to make ourselves feel better… » 5/22/07 1:23pm 5/22/07 1:23pm

Nintendo Wii Game to Get Steering Wheel Peripheral?

Our pasty-faced and pencil-necked in-laws at Kotaku uncovered a possible strap-on steering wheel peripheral for the upcoming Nintendo Wii that might just add a new dimension to car chasing on the game console. According to Wii watchers at Go Nintendo: » 9/06/06 2:11pm 9/06/06 2:11pm

Who cares about the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360? We've got Wii! Or,…