Nintendo will be releasing a less expensive version of their popular portable gaming system in September. In this week’s #TechTuesday segment, we discuss what you gain (and lose) with the lighter, cheaper version.
#TechTuesday is a weekly segment of tech news and tips featuring Bill Wills and Derek Meister on WTAM 1100 Newsradio in Cleveland, Ohio.
While so much of technology focuses on the latest mind-blowing innovations of the future, we’ve got a soft spot for some of those throwback products.
WTAM Newsradio with Bill Wills and Derek Meister
Bill Wills and I talk the return of vinyl, instant film cameras, and even Super Mario in our retro-tech roundup.
For more throwback gadgets available, visit the Best Buy Blog.
This week thousands of game industry insiders (and a few outsiders) met in Los Angeles, California for the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo. Running from June 15th through the 17th, it was three days full of giant convention displays filled by equally giant videogame companies showing off both their latest releases, as well as upcoming game titles and hardware.
I was there in the middle of the gaming chaos to help with coverage for this month’s online issue of Best Buy On. Helping to cover the show with photos and articles meant a lot of running around the convention floor, which can be a lot of work, but it also meant I was pretty much guaranteed to see just about every part of the show floor. I even had a number of opportunities to stop and talk with the smaller companies who came with hopes of attracting new fans to their products, as well as see some “unique” hardware accessories that were shown along with the big show stoppers.
Even though it was my first time at E3, I had a blast, and can’t wait until next year. In the meantime, check out the rest of the Best Buy On E3 coverage.