Today, not one but two classic games return, albeit in very different forms. The first one Gold eye 007, the 1997 Nintendo 64 classic released today on Xbox consoles and the Nintendo Switch. Second is Empty spacea remake of the 2008 sci-fi horror game. The first is a traditional remaster that makes more or less the same game playable on modern systems, while the latter is a complete rebuild. Both are worth checking out if you get the chance.
Then Google packs even more functionality into Google Search. Now, searching for vehicles for sale will show individual cars available from local dealers (subject to availability). It’s a useful feature on the surface, but I worry it’s yet another reason to never leave Google’s search results to visit another website.
And finally, we recently took a look at Amsterdam’s brand new underwater parking garage, which has enough space for it seven thousand bicycles and zero cars. It’s a great facility, and if you’re anything like me, after looking at Thomas Ricker’s photos, you’ll be intensely envious of the Dutch.
Here’s a silly tweet to start your day with: