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If you have a modern smartphone or tablet, you have enough to get all the entertainment basics done anywhere you might find yourself, whether it is reading an eBook, playing a video game, watching...

Relic: The PDA

If you're anywhere near my age, you will likely remember the days of the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA). Around the time when mobile phones had monochrome screens, monophonic ringtones, and the smarts of a...

Relic: The Jetpack

  Visions of the future invariable involve flying. There is a human fascination with flight and the future's promise of it that so solidly captures the imagination. While everyone may curse the failed promise of...

Relic: Game Storage Formats

I've grown up with games as my passion. I envisioned myself making games in the future, so I learned and taught myself as much as humanly possible about games and consoles. One thing that...

RELIC: The Calculator

When I was in school, the calculator was a necessary gadget. So necessary, in fact, that we were allowed to use them during math tests. Some of us depended on it more than others,...

Relic: Ford Model T

  Ancient life was extremely difficult-you had to use your own two feet to get from Point A to Point B. No one knows exactly when or where the wheel was invented-but when it was,...

Relic: The History of Photography

  The saying goes,"A picture is worth a thousand words: 'That means in every photograph, there is a story being told and something to interpret. Storytelling through images has been around since the dawn of...

Relic: Atari Jaguar

In the early 1990s, consoles were largely defined by how many bits they had. For example, the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was an 8-bit system, and the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis were 16-bit...
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