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  • ‘Warcraft’ movie cast unveiled at BlizzCon 2014

     
    Legendary Pictures revealed character details for its upcoming adventure film “Warcraft” during its panel at BlizzCon on Friday afternoon. The […]...
  • Troy Baker talks 'Call of Duty' and 'Far Cry 4'

    GamerHub.tv Veteran video game actor Troy Baker is starring in most of the biggest blockbusters on store shelves this Christmas, including Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's "LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" and "Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor." Baker...
  • Review: 'Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes'

    GamerHub.tv When Disney leveraged its cast of popular characters against Activision's Skylanders with Disney Infinity, it didn't strike gold right away. The game was uneven and sparse in spots, as some Disney characters lent themselves to video games...
  • ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity': Theater and gaming collide in musical mashup

     
    “Assassin's Creed: Unity” gets a way-off-Broadway treatment with Machinima Prime's “Assassin's Creed: The Musical,” a three-song musical-theater experience that stars […]...
  • Chef will give tips on cooking for 2

    Chef Warren Caterson, author of "Table for Two: The Cookbook for Couples" and "Table for Two: Back for Seconds," will present "Cooking for Two at Home" at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Astor County Library, 54905 Alco Road. Caterson will share time-saving...
  • Sci-fi meets wi-fi in a mind over gene experiment

    Sci-fi meets wi-fi in a mind over gene experiment
    Playing a computer game or letting your mind go to its happy place might one day ease a migraine, administer drugs or prevent epileptic seizures, according to Swiss bioengineers who pulled off a strange mind-over-gene trick. The researchers took...
  • School budgets, sexism and Israel: Letters

    School budgets, sexism and Israel: Letters
    Schools: Do more with less I don't know where Thursday letter-writer James M. Graber gathered his intelligence on Orange County Public Schools. I became a substitute teacher because I wanted to learn firsthand more about how OCPS educates — or...
  • Machinima rebrands itself under tagline 'Heroes Rise'

    Machinima rebrands itself under tagline 'Heroes Rise'
    Machinima, a specialty YouTube network devoted mainly to gaming aficionados, announced Monday that it is rebranding under the tagline “Heroes Rise.” The network -- which offers game walk-throughs, gaming news, exclusive trailers and original...
  • Tech company Junyo buys Orlando firm, plans growth

    Tech company Junyo buys Orlando firm, plans growth
    Junyo, a California-based education technology company, plans to grow in Orlando after acquiring 360Ed, a local company founded by tech entrepreneur Ben Noel. Junyo’s CEO is Steve Schoettler, one of the co-founders of video game company Zynga....
  • Fathers and sons need each other desperately

    Fathers and sons need each other desperately
    Shooting sprees such as the most recent Newtown, Conn., tragedy are linked to mental health issues. Consequently, our efforts to affix a spotlight to wellness are paramount. With Father’s Day approaching, it’s enlightening to illuminate the...
  • 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...