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  • Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1982 [videos]

    Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1982 [videos]
    This week, 32 years ago, gamers were enjoying the first month of the release of Nintendo's "Donkey Kong Jr.," MLB pitcher Gaylord Perry was ejected from a game for throwing a spitball and the following songs were the most popular in the United States,...
  • First Look at Sonic the Hedgehog Series Launching on Cartoon Network in November

    Sega has provided the first look at its animated "Sonic Boom" series that will re-introduce its popular Sonic the Hedgehog character to young TV viewers on Cartoon Network in November -- the same month the company launches the franchise's latest...
  • It cost PSP $11 million to hunt down Eric Frein

    It cost PSP $11 million to hunt down Eric Frein
    The capture of Eric Frein put the alleged cop killer behind bars and put an entire region at ease, but the 48-day manhunt to find him did not come cheap. According to figures released today by Pennsylvania State Police, more than $11 million was spent on...
  • Obama is being economically outmaneuvered by China

    Obama is being economically outmaneuvered by China
    U.S. President Barack Obama had barely set foot in Beijing for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit before he was cutting lip-service deals with China, seemingly unaware of that nation's long-term agenda and the American vulnerability that'...
  • This video game can help seniors get into college

    This video game can help seniors get into college
    High school senior Alex Chinchilla sometimes missed deadlines for college recommendation letters and essays. The consequences were great — but not real. He was playing a video game meant to encourage students like him to apply to college and...
  • Volkswagen GTI Roadster Concept: First Look

     
    Looks like: Video game meets reality Defining characteristics: Large rear wing, scissor doors, Gran Turismo Red exterior Ridiculous features: It wears the GTI name, but is anything but in terms of styling Chance of being mass-produced: Very unlikely since...
  • Orlando office is critical to high-tech AMD, CEO Lisa Su says

    Orlando office is critical to high-tech AMD, CEO Lisa Su says
    The new CEO of computer processor company AMD visited Orlando this week and committed to keeping the company’s strong presence here, even as the company plans to lay off about 7 percent of its workforce globally. “The people in Orlando...
  • How to get the hottest deals before Black Friday

    How to get the hottest deals before Black Friday
    RIP, Black Friday? The shopping holiday, now on respirator, may soon be dead. Thankfully, lining up outside stores in the wee hours the day after Thanksgiving to save a few bucks only to get trampled is likely a thing of the past. Thanksgiving is...
  • William Gibson's work anything but 'Peripheral'

    William Gibson's work anything but 'Peripheral'
    The golden age of science fiction was the 1950s, which was also the golden age of the American middle class. Writers then could brace themselves against the monolithic certainties of their society, shoot off into other worlds, be back to the suburbs in...
  • Meet the Phantoms: Austin Fyten

    Meet the Phantoms: Austin Fyten
    AUSTIN FYTEN Size: 6-2, 200 Position: Left Wing Shoots: Left. Birthday: May 3, 1991 (23). Hometown: Sundre, Alberta, Canada. Family status: Single. THE FACED-OFF What type of phoen do you have: "An iPhone 5." What type of music is on it:...
  • Video game industry grows quickly in Florida over three years

    Video game industry grows quickly in Florida over three years
    Florida's video-game industry has been growing at more than twice the national rate. The Electronic Software Association numbers released last week come as little surprise for those within the industry. David Sushil, president of the local independent...