You probably think you know how to keep your internet habits secret. “Clearing browser history is too obvious,” you say. “I just do all my sketchy stuff in an incognito window!” Okay, hot stuff, then let me ask you this: You ever search anything.
He would charge a dispensary applicant “the same as if they were applying for an adult cabaret license,” or an application fee of $2,000 and a yearly license fee of $3,000 thereafter. Dispensary applicants would have to get a full FBI background check.
Pizza? Sure. People seem keen to the idea of letting a robocar deliver a greasy pie to your door. Marijuana? Not so much—at least in California. The state’s Bureau of Cannabis Control issued emergency regulations last week that ban autonomous vehicles.
What’s Steve Cohen supposed to do now with a fresh $1.4 billion in his pocket and no Zamboni to ride around on: Throw some cash at tech companies. Sources say Stevie’s henchmen are looking for a seasoned venture capitalist to invest about $100 million.
Here’s the perfect gift for the special someone in your life who can’t afford a Lamborghini, but likes to dress and accessorize like they can: a $2,450 “Alpha-One” premium smartphone. Per the Verge, this ridiculous money-hole-posing-as-a-phone.
Burnout: Revenge, Fifa 2006, Fifa Manager 2006, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 and SSX On Tour all ... Twin Tips”, a redesigned tricks system which has been incorporated into the racing game play. For the adrenaline junkies “Monster Tricks” have been.
With the launch of Dark Meadow: the Pact on Android this morning, the teams at NVIDIA and Phosphor Games decided that to celebrate, they would like to hand out a 32GB Asus Transformer Prime, matching keyboard dock, and $25 giftcard to one lucky DL reader.
Chuck Blazer, an influential and controversial figure in the history of American soccer, has died, as first reported by Jack Bell and confirmed by Andrew Das of the New York Times. He was 72. Blazer was CONCACAF’s General Secretary from 1990 to 2011.
All of these game modes make use of new Monster Tricks. These are activated ... as well as some new screenshots. SSX On Tour is currently in development for PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, and the Sony PSP.
Whether or not you caught our 12-hour video game marathon on Tuesday, join us to talk about some great classic games on today’s Kotaku Splitscreen. First, a reminder: At PAX in Seattle on Friday, September 1, we’ll be holding the first-ever Kotaku.