Friday May 17 2013 Employees from the Discovery Channel working with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild homes in Ventnor area and displaced families are visited by NJ Gov. Chr…
NEW YORK - Here's where the iPad has gotten me: I'm sitting with an old book in one hand and a utility knife in the other. My plan is to make the two meet, by cutting up the book and feeding the pages through a scanner.
Following a widely popular title such as "Assassin's Creed II" in a year's time inevitably leads to murmured worries about whether a company is trying to rush out a sequel or repackage what should be add-on content as a new game.
GLENDALE, Calif. - When veteran video game designer Warren Spector spots a pamphlet for a never-erected extension of Disneyland's Main Street U.S.A. inside the Walt Disney Co.'s archive vault, his eyes seem as if they want to burst out of their sockets through his oval-shaped glasses. The expression is not unlike the cartoons that power his geeky enthusiasm.
Hold on to your touch screens. The first serious competitor to Apple's iPad has arrived.
Activision's "Call of Duty" series has become such a global phenomenon the controversies surrounding each release are more interesting than the games themselves. The latest edition has even drawn the wrath of the Cuban government, thanks to a mission based on an attempt to assassinate a young Fidel Castro.
SAN FRANCISCO - The Web has changed a lot since Marc Andreessen revolutionized the Internet with the introduction of his Netscape browser in the mid-1990s. That's why he's betting people are ready to try a different Web-surfing technique on a new browser called RockMelt.
NEW YORK - Like a lot of Web series fighting for eyeballs in the diffuse world of online entertainment, Crackle's new "Backwash" hopes to entice viewers with big names usually beamed out on bigger screens.
"Technology," says Microsoft's Alex Kipman, "is making us less human."
There are a lot of futuristic things we're still waiting on: jet packs for the entire family, self-driving cars and time-travel, to name a few. But one new, pretty darn amazing bit of technology has finally come to fruition, thanks to the folks at Microsoft.
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