It’s a science lesson, musical, 2001: A Space Odyssey homage, and video game shout-out all in one when an IT guy (Ed Wasser from Babylon 5) who hates cat videos encounters an AI who just wants a li’l internet access in the NASA-created “NOTGLaDOS: Electromagnetic Spectrum The Musical.”
Note: Today’s the last day of this sale, so don’t miss out!
Update: This deal expires today, so it’s your last chance.
Look at that orange hole in the wall!
The past few years have seen a deluge of Wi-Fi router innovation, but the Portal wifi router includes a key feature that’s basically unheard of in consumer technology.
The past year or so has seen a welcome deluge of Wi-Fi router innovation, and Portal seems to be one of the best newcomers in the space, particularly for smaller dwellings in congested, urban environments.
Two things that persistently hold a special place in geek hearts are the Apple II desktop computer and the video game Portal. What happens when you put them together? Magic.
J.J. Abrams says the Portal movie is still happening. Another familiar face is confirmed for Arrow’s hundredth episode. Plus, new Doctor Strange footage, and Duncan Jones’ Mute is heading to Netflix. Spoilers Now!
Billie Lourd says she’ll be back in a bigger capacity for Star Wars: Episode VIII. A Thor supporting character may not return for Ragnarok. . Plus new details for Scream Queens’ next season, set pictures from Wonder Woman, and a ton of clips from tonight’s Supergirl. Spoilers now!
Surprise! It’s dizzying as hell. That’s obviously to be expected since a washing machine spins and spins and spins but if you kind of squint just a little bit and flex your imagination a lot of bit, you can pretend that the washing machine is actually a portal opening capsule that’s revving itself up. It starts…
Who doesn’t love Jonathan Coulton’s contributions to the Portal games? They’re fantastic, entertaining songs, and he’s just written another one.
Valve’s been showing a demo of a virtual reality Portal game behind closed doors for a few months. Now, finally, you can see the whole thing.
Besides an excuse to buy more building sets, the most exciting thing about the upcoming Lego Dimensions game is the gameplay caters to whichever characters you’ve chosen. Yesterday, at E3, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a new trailer for the game revealing its Portal level, and it looks like it…
Moving files between your smartphone and PC has always been kind of a pain in the ass. You have to navigate your device’s file system, sometimes you need to flip a switch in a hidden OS menu and, worst of all, you almost always need a USB cable. Want a better way? Check out Portal—a new app from Pushbullet that makes…
Although Lego Dimensions won’t be out until September, we’ve already had a pretty good look at some of the game’s extra expansion packs. But an instruction manual uploaded to Lego’s website has given us even more news: our first look at Lego Doctor Who, and confirmation of Lego Portal!
Hey, remember Portal on the DS? Well, Portal (or at least a demo of it) is now also on the 3DS. It's not an official Valve product, of course—as if Valve would ever make another video game!—but it still does the job.
Samsung says these fancy wireless speakers were created at a "state-of-the-art audio lab in Valencia, California." We know better. They're clearly the product of Aperture Science, the secret think tank responsible for a hilarious murderous artificial intelligence, not to mention one hell of a teleportation tool.
If I had a Portal gun like these guys, I don't think using it for basketball trick shots would have been on the top of my to do list. But after watching this video, I may have to change my mind.
Now you're thinking with Portals. Or rather, you should be - according to research from Florida State University, which has shown that playing Portal 2 is apparently better for your thinking skills than your average 'brain training' software.
This LEGO creation doesn't just give us plastic brick versions of Chell, Wheatley, and the Space Core; it also captures Portal 2's final confrontation—all while keeping your books in place. Portal 2 spoilers within.