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  • Deeper, please: We want and expect more from video game documentaries

    Deeper, please: We want and expect more from video game documentaries
    There seems to be a point in every video game documentary in which someone bellyaches about video games not being taken seriously, that they're seen as the sort of thing kids play in a basement. We do need to get over that image. Video games are a $93-...
  • Getting physical with virtual reality

    Getting physical with virtual reality
    When Facebook acquired virtual reality headset developer Oculus VR for $2 billion in March, many in the tech industry lauded the move as heralding the next generation in computer gaming. The potential of Oculus' Rift goggles is tantalizing —...
  • Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?

    Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?
    After the coffee. Before the week that never ends finally ends. The Skinny: This has been one long week! But I'll also say on a personal front it has been one of my most productive. If I had enough money socked away, this would be a good way to go out!...
  • Microsoft to cut 18,000 jobs this year as it chops Nokia

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella kicked off one of the largest layoffs in tech history on Thursday, hoping to reshape the aging PC industry titan into a nimbler rival to Apple and Google, and jolt a culture at the...
  • Microsoft ends flirtation with Hollywood and original shows: source

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp intends to wind down Xbox Entertainment Studios, a source familiar with its plans said, becoming the first major tech company to give up on making original shows in a battle for the living room couch. The production...
  • Tips: Fun ways to improve your home theater experience

    Tips: Fun ways to improve your home theater experience
    We are living in the midst of one of the most exciting eras of television and technology — from edge-of-your seat action series to big game sports. U.S. consumers spent $18 billion on home entertainment in 2013, according to recent statistics from...
  • Turnpike will be first Pennsylvania highway to feature 70 mph speed limit

     
    The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission beat PennDOT to the punch: A section of the toll road will be the first to raise the speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph next week, Turnpike officials reported today. State law allowed, but did not mandate, the change to...
  • 'Video Games' just plays at seriously examining the industry

    'Video Games' just plays at seriously examining the industry
    That video games — a technology-driven mix of art, commerce and competition — are here to stay is undisputed. It's now the biggest entertainment industry and an influential culture. So why does Jeremy Snead's "Video Games: The Movie," an...
  • Nightly rituals for electronics

     Nightly rituals for electronics
    Is it better to put your computer to sleep at night, like a little electronic baby, or shut it down to save energy like a good global eco-citizen? The minuscule energy, if any, saved with a nightly shutdown won't reduce anyone's carbon footprint much...
  • World Cup Fever Boosts 'FIFA' Game Sales in June

    Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs" may have been the top selling video game in June, but Electronic Arts may have seen the biggest sales bump thanks to the World Cup. The company's "FIFA" soccer franchise ranked in the top 10 for the first time this year because...
  • Columbia Digest

    Art exhibit "Flowers and Figures," a show of works by Marian Gliese and Cathy Z. Sawdey, will be on view through Thursday, July 31, at the Artists' Gallery, American City Building, 10227 Wincopin Circle. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through...