technology

Wacom Teases Summer Launch Of HD, Multi-Touch ‘Dream Device’ Tablet
Wacom has dominated the professional grade interactive pen display and digital drawing tablet markets for decades, but in a post iOS/Android world, its had more and more competition from increasingly capable tablets like the iPad (which has no built-in pressure-sensitivity) and the Windows Surface Pro (which currently supports pressure-sensitivity akin to Wacom products)...
Apple Patent Could Transform Video Games Into Comics
Recap pages are a pretty standard feature in serialized superhero comics, but gaming save points don't always review a gamer's progress in a meaningful way. A recently filed patent by Apple could change all that, however, by possibly giving players the power to log their game time sequential art style...
The Hollywood Science of ‘Iron Man 2′ is Here Today…Kind of
For decades, mankind has longed for cool exo-suits. In the 1960s, Tony Stark created one of the coolest fictional suits of high-tech armor ever. The Iron Man suit (and its many updated models) responds to brainwaves, increases strength, allows for flight and is equipped with electro-magnetic "repulsor blasts...
Marvel Teams with ComiXology for iPad App
We've taken a look at a few of the apps slated to hit the iPad this Saturday, but early reviews for the device seem to really be responding to the readily-available Marvel Comics application reportedly produced by ComiXology. BleedingCool and CBR have early roundups of critical reactions to the app...
iVerse Media Demos New Multi-Device Reader in Time for iPad Launch
With the iPad's April 3 release date marching steadily forward, formal digital comic application announcements seem to be rolling in just in time. We've already taken a look at Comic Zeal's screen shots and an early demo of ComiXology's iPad concept, but iVerse Media's new app announcement and corresponding video may be the most comprehensive thus far...
RTC23 Releases Marvel Flatscreen HDTVs
There've been plenty of novelty Marvel television sets over the years, but most were designed for kids and featured small screens and a general lack of technological sophistication. Aiming to tap today's flastscreen market, RTC23 has released a line of LCD and LED HDTVs stylized after Marvel's stable of superheroes...