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  • Grown-up gamers enlist little guys to play

    Grown-up gamers enlist little guys to play
    DEAR AMY: My husband and my father are both video gamers. A new version of their favorite game just came out, and I became aware that it is rated M-Mature by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. The two men believe it is perfectly acceptable for...
  • Orlando code schools train computer programmers online

    Orlando code schools train computer programmers online
    Shortly after graduating from the University of Central Florida with a degree in digital media, Nick Pettit joined a key startup in Orlando's high-tech industry. Pettit was one of the first two employees at Treehouse, a computer-programming school...
  • Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating

    Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating
    LONGWOOD — Comic book and gaming stores of all shapes and sizes are thriving in Central Florida, with more than a dozen giving enthusiasts their pick of where to shop, play and mingle. With more than 11,500 square feet of space, the Acme...
  • A Disappointing Start For Medical Marijuana

    A Disappointing Start For Medical Marijuana
    A week ago, medical marijuana finally went on sale at some dispensaries here in Connecticut. As a brain cancer survivor and an outspoken advocate for the legalization of medical marijuana, I've been flooded with calls from reporters for quotes, sound...
  • GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos

    GoPro is gearing up to share more of its users' videos
    For years, thrill seekers have worn GoPro video cameras to capture hair-raising skydiving, motorcycle racing and snowboarding footage from a first-person point of view. They've documented up-close and personal encounters with wildlife, even mounting the...
  • 'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn makes confident leap into screenwriting

    'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn makes confident leap into screenwriting
    Walking across Western Avenue on a muggy September afternoon, Gillian Flynn stepped through the rutted pavement of a construction zone and explained with patience and precision how she would murder me one day. Granted, I had asked. Say you needed to...
  • 'Tetris' movie: Pieces fall into place for live-action adaptation

    'Tetris' movie: Pieces fall into place for live-action adaptation
    Danger — falling blocks? Yep, the classic 1980s video game "Tetris" is headed to the big screen as a live-action sci-fi film, Threshold Entertainment and the Tetris Co. have announced. Best known for adapting the ultra-violent fighting franchise...
  • Hackers admit stealing data worth millions from Army, Microsoft, more

    Two members of an international hacking ring pleaded guilty Tuesday for their roles in stealing $100 million worth of intellectual property and other data from the U.S. Army, Microsoft and several other technology companies, and two other people also have...
  • Why David Glass thinks he can draw 50,000 for OrlandoiX 2015

    Why David Glass thinks he can draw 50,000 for OrlandoiX 2015
    OrlandoiX, a tech and entertainment event being planned for October 2015, is aiming to bring in 50,000 people to downtown Orlando with concerts, a video game exposition and speakers. More details of the future event were outlined recently by the founder...
  • 'Transformers' video games go beyond the films

    GamerHub.tv Paramount Home Entertainment's Blu-ray and DVD release of Michael Bay's "Transformers: Age of Extinction," which earned over $1 billion at the box office, has generated more awareness around the bestselling Hasbro toy franchise. But the...
  • 'Men, Women & Children' is artificial look at Internet world

    "Men, Women & Children," Jason Reitman's new anti-Internet screed, plays like one of those email rants you're better off not sending. Reitman's world is not just wired; it's a war zone. And the wreckage of broken connections that the Internet...