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PlayStation 3

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  • Free screening for skin cancer offered

    Free screening for skin cancer offered
    Ever have one of those little places on your arm that could be a mole or a freckle or a bump? And has it changed color or size in the past year? Central Florida Health Alliance has partnered with the Moffitt Cancer Center and local dermatologists to...
  • PS4 launch review roundup: How are the console and the games?

    The Playstation 4 has landed, the midnight releases are over, games are being played, and now the hype turns to critical review. All of the pre-release marketing, as persuasive as it may have been, ends up meaning nothing if the console doesn't please the...
  • Xbox One launch: By the numbers, before you buy

    Xbox One launch: By the numbers, before you buy
    The Xbox One is now in stores, the final entrant in the latest round of the battle of Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo video game consoles. Microsoft has endured a roller coaster of hype, hate and speculation -- its much-maligned E3 debut of the Xbox One...
  • PS4 launch by the numbers

    The PlayStation 4 debuts today, sparking a new round in the battle over your attention span, thumb endurance and, ultimately, checkbook. But despite all the fanfare over Sony’s latest release, the PS4 will only enjoy a week alone in the spotlight,...
  • Catch up with 'Breaking Bad' with free Netflix trial

    Catch up with 'Breaking Bad' with free Netflix trial
    If you're not addicted to "Breaking Bad" or in on the frenzy over Sunday's series finale, catch up and watch for free with a one-month Netflix trial. The service streams the Emmy-winning series along with all 13 episodes of "House of Cards" and...
  • Free eats, treats and fun things to do for Father's Day

    Free eats, treats and fun things to do for Father's Day
    Happy Father's Day! Show Daddy-O he's No. 1  and celebrate in South Florida style with free treats and eats and fun things to do just for Dads on Sunday. Fun in the sun: Bonnet House: Dads get in free with one paid admission from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at...
  • Buy-two-get-one free video games at Target

    Buy-two-get-one free video games at Target
    Target is having a huge video game sale, offering a free game when you buy two. Select from hundreds of titles across all platforms, from Xbox One to Nintendo DS, Wii to PS3 and PS4. Some games are priced at $2.99. The offer is goon in stores and...
  • Christmas shopping guide: Running list of deals Dec. 13-15

    Christmas shopping guide: Running list of deals Dec. 13-15
    As promised, we will continue to offer a running list of deals every weekend through Christmas. This list is prepared by the Daily Press Savvy Shopper and bargain hunters from crazytowndeals.com. This list of deals is valid from Friday, Dec. 13 to...
  • Navy Pier a star in newest 'Splinter Cell' game

    Navy Pier a star in newest 'Splinter Cell' game
    One of Chicago’s main tourist attractions is the setting of a major terror attack in the latest installment to the popular "Splinter Cell" video game series. Luckily for the citizens of this faux, digital Chicago, badass undercover operative Sam...
  • Video game maker looks forward to its own sequel

    Activision Blizzard Inc. is one of the world's largest publishers of video games. The Santa Monica company produces games that are used on PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, personal computers, mobile phones and other hand-held devices. Two of its most...
  • Chromecast gives Google a seat in America's living rooms

    Chromecast gives Google a seat in America's living rooms
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google Inc. has been searching for the right way to cuddle up in your living room. After a string of high-profile flops, the technology giant may have finally hit on the answer: a tiny, inexpensive device that plugs directly into high-...