Earnest Cavalli

Earnest Cavalli

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Earnest Cavalli has been writing about games, tech and digital culture since 2005 for outlets including Wired, Joystiq, Digital Trends and the Portland Mercury. In meatspace reality, he’s a tall, charming cat owner with a worrying dedication to an ornery, gray ball of fur and claws.

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Cocorobo: Japan’s emotionally needy answer to the Roomba now plays J-pop

If there was one thing missing from the ubiquitous Roomba, it was emotional interaction. Thankfully, developers at Sharp have amended that issue with the Cocorobo.
Emerging Tech

Clever new concepts (not impressive tech) will drive the PlayStation 4

Sony has tried to sell gaming machines based purely on the strength of its technology for years, but for the upcoming PlayStation 4, the company seems to be changing its tactics. Instead of focusing on hardware, Sony may instead focus on…
Gaming

Celebrate Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s new Map Workshop with a 50 percent off sale

If you've been holding off on buying Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, now is the moment you've been waiting for. Not only does the game now feature Map Workshop functionality (and thousands of extra maps as a result), it's also now on sale…
Gaming

EA offers fans another chance to beta test SimCity

If you missed January's SimCity beta test, publisher EA and developer Maxis would like to invite you back for a second chance at playing the game before its official retail debut. It's just a happy accident that you'll also be checking…
Gaming

First DLC for Aliens: Colonial Marines is just ‘another bughunt’

Newly revealed information on Aliens: Colonial Marines details the game's first DLC pack, its season pass pricing, and an unexpected Walmart exclusive that makes buying the game anywhere else a poor idea.
Gaming

Man of Steel creators hope a Kryptonian alien can be both ‘man’ and ‘super’

Superman is an alien from the distant planet of Krypton, yet Man of Steel director Zach Snyder and writer David Goyer believe their film will successfully explore the character's humanity.