£1,000,000 last year alone on a multi-year Microsoft Dynamics ERP project. That's a lot of paint.
By accident or by design, the Google Mini's compact disc shape makes it perfect for home-modding.
You're paying for a subscription-like Spotify, and Netflix lets you access a library of RPG content. Like those platforms, you don't get your own copy. You merely have it while it's there but are not capped either.
As the world spins and our reality changes, it seems likely that virtual reality will become a more extensive and more helpful part of it.
The system procedurally generates entire dungeons and other fantasy landscapes suitable for flatscreen TVs or VTTS. They don't get into the details, but it is also possible to have physical tiles created and sent to you.
The non-Pac-man variant of the A100WEPC, the AW100WE, came out last month. That's water resistance, a 1/10 second stopwatch, alarm, auto-calendar and LED.
A look on eBay shows what you would expect when a collectable has been more popular than predicted. Skelpers are making a killing.
GMs can takeover or transform into NPC characters like a cross between Quantum Leap and the 80s cartoon Dungeon Master wandering into a scene in the roleplaying mode.
What if the Nintendo Switch Pro comes about as a mashup between the Switch and a classic console or game?
Tech company Foundry Six work with companies like Sony and Paramount on Augmented Reality. Today they've launched a Kickstarter for Arealm, and it is targeted at tabletop gamers who use video chat.