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  • Portal Lets You Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Thumbdrive

    Portal Lets You Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Thumbdrive

    Portal, a recently launched Android app that lets you move large files between your computer and your smartphone via your Wi-Fi connection, has today made its way to iOS. The new version offers a better alternative to something like Apple’s AirDrop, for example, as it lets you transfer as many files as you’d like, with no file size limits, while also not counting against your data… Read More

  • Nvidia Shield Gets Half-Life 2 And Portal As Valve Classics Get Their Android Moment

    Nvidia Shield Gets Half-Life 2 And Portal As Valve Classics Get Their Android Moment

    Nvidia’s Shield mobile gaming console has two powerful new titles under its belt today – Half-Life 2 and Portal, both from celebrated developer turned platform creator Valve, and both appearing for the first time on Android. Nvidia worked on these ports with the guidance and blessing of Valve, so they’re understandably exclusive to the graphics company’s unique… Read More

  • Portal Will Come To Android Via Nvidia And Shield

    Portal Will Come To Android Via Nvidia And Shield

    Portal, the now-classic first-person puzzle game from Valve, will finally get an Android port thanks to Nvidia, the company announced today (via Verge). It’s going to be a full port spearheaded by Nvidia, optimized for the Shield Android-powered game console, and while there’s no timeline on its launch, it is “coming soon” so expect it in 2014 at least. The game is… Read More

  • ThinkGeek’s USB Portal Sentry Turret Will Protect Your Desk, Cake

    ThinkGeek’s USB Portal Sentry Turret Will Protect Your Desk, Cake

    Chell is standing at the edge of an bottomless pit. She sighs deeply and stares longingly across the void to the immense energy shield. She hoped there is an exit over there. Exit is a funny term, she thought. Though an exit from this room, the door is also an entrance to another puzzle room. Remembering the warning posters a few steps back, she recalled that falling into this pit would mean… Read More

  • The 16-Year Itch: Microsoft, NBC Call It Quits, NBC Gets Custody Of MSNBC.com

    The 16-Year Itch: Microsoft, NBC Call It Quits, NBC Gets Custody Of MSNBC.com

    They came together with a common worldview and complementary personalities. Then, as they grew older and grew apart, they still tried to make it work — for the sake of the child, at least. Now that that kid is a teenager, they’ve decided now is probably the best time to finally call curtains: After 16 years, Microsoft and NBC are parting ways in their joint news venture, and NBC… Read More

  • This Homemade Portal Video Is Pretty Darn Amazing

    This Homemade Portal Video Is Pretty Darn Amazing

    If you’ve enjoyed the game Portal in the past, you understand the allure of being able to open wormholes in space. Filmmaker Jason Craft decided he wanted to recreate that experience with his goofy friends so he created a CG movie that is on par with anything you can see at the theatre these days. His short, Portal: Terminal Velocity, shows us what would happen if a bunch of dudes had a… Read More

  • The Ultimate Fanboy Mashup: Apple’s Siri Meets Portal’s GLaDOS

    The Ultimate Fanboy Mashup: Apple’s Siri Meets Portal’s GLaDOS

    Oh, be still my beating heart. Boiling down two fanboy-filled worlds into an amalgamation of concentrated glory, a guy evil genius named Jeff Heimbuch has mashed up the demo video of Apple’s new virtual assistant Siri with the voice of Portal’s malevolent machine mistress, GLaDOS. Read More

  • Warn Friends And Foes With These Nine Aperture Science Test Chamber Labels

    For safety and insurance reasons, you’re required to warn participants about the dangers they may face. After all, it’s learning through science and not dying through science. That said, these nine Aperture Science surplus labels available from ThinkGeek for just $12.99 should satisfy the minimum safety requirements. Affixing said warnings are a non-issue since they’re printed… Read More

  • Mario Meets Portal

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    See, everything is better with a Portal gun. Now let’s give the Contra commandos a Portal gun and see what happens. Read More