• Atari Is 40 Years Old And I Still Can’t Beat The Dragon In Adventure

    Atari Is 40 Years Old And I Still Can’t Beat The Dragon In Adventure

    It was 40 years ago yesterday that Atari’s Nolan Bushnell taught the world to play. Bushnell, an engineer and game programmer, built and sold Atari in the late 1970s, ushering in the era of the video game and changing the way kids spent nice summer days. Atari is 40 years old this month and there have been a number of interviews and encomiums with Bushnell. Bushnell installed his first… Read More

  • Never lose your car, or harvested deer, again thanks to the Bushnell BackTrack

    The Bushnell BackTrack serves a simple, but important function. It allows users to mark a spot, digitally and not with bodily fluids of course, and then guides that person back to the original location. Sure, it’s a dumbed down flavor of GPS, but with an unintimidating feel ’bout it. The display is backlit and the whole device is weather resistant so you don’t have to… Read More

  • XM And Bushnell Unveil Onix 400

    Bushnell isn’t exactly known for awesome consumer electronics, but the Onix 400 seems to be a decent device. It’s a waterproof GPS device with XM Satellite Radio and weather tracking built-in. It features a 3.5-inch 320×240 LCD display, an embedded 64MB microSD card for data and maps, and a rechargeable battery. No price yet, but it debuts this summer along with The Stapler. Read More