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  • Competitive Strikers have a virtual ball

    Competitive Strikers have a virtual ball
    The Surf City Strikers are a force among Orange County bowling teams. The collective of 15 regulars from the Rodgers Seniors Center has claimed 20 trophies, all of them for first place. But the Strikers don't practice their "sport" on traditional...
  • PS4 Review: Sony Evolves, Not Revolutionizes the PlayStation

    Whether you like the PlayStation 4 will essentially depend on what kind of person -- not gamer -- you are. The PlayStation 4, which replaces the seven-year-old PlayStation 3, couldn't be more Sony in its overall design. It's sleek in a very...
  • Guest post: A rundown of Target's Black Friday week sales

    Guest post: A rundown of Target's Black Friday week sales
    Editor's note: This is a guest post written by Jerry Tietjens of crazytowndeals.com. Walmart is having a big Pre-Black Friday Sale, Amazon begins their Black Friday Madness on the 24th, and now Target has announced that they too will be pushing a big...
  • Xbox One Review: Has Microsoft Gone Too Far With Its New Console?

    Now that Microsoft's Xbox One is out and powering up TVs across the world, the company should be praised for coming up with a piece of hardware that actually lives up to its promise of delivering pretty much everything you might want -- games, movies,...
  • Words with Friends spells e-a-t-s t-i-m-e

    Don't tempt me. Put it away. I have resisted Pong, Space Invaders, Pac-Man and Super Mario Bros. I have scoffed at Asteroids, Donkey Kong and entire generations of Game Boys. Put it away. Shut it off. I'm serious. Don't tempt me.... I have...
  • Apple's Next Big Thing: A Gesture-Controlled TV?

    Apple confirmed it has acquired Israeli motion-detection startup PrimeSense, for a reported $350 million -- fresh fodder for speculation that the tech colossus is planning to intro a TV set you can control with the flick of your wrist. Talks between...
  • Xbox One to Launch Nov. 22, One Week After Sony's PlayStation 4

    Without much fanfare, Microsoft said it will launch the new Xbox One videogame console on Nov. 22, a week after the Sony PlayStation 4 hits retail shelves. Company made the announcement Wednesday on the Xbox blog. The console, which will be priced at...
  • For baby boomers, staying fit past 50 is not a gray area

    For baby boomers, staying fit past 50 is not a gray area
    Greta Goplen stood in position with a cane at the ready, like a ninja warding off invisible foes. As an instructor yelled out directions to the class — "left, left, jab, jab, nose! right, right, jab, jab, nose!" — the 59-year-old raised...
  • Videogame Sales Show Signs of Life Heading into Peak Holiday Season

    In a year in which the videogame industry has experienced mostly declining sales, the biz has pinned its hopes on the release of next-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony to boost the bottom line. That's starting to happen sooner than expected, as...
  • Apple TV: Amazon Uses AirPlay to Bring Video to Set-Top

    Apple TV doesn't offer a way to stream video from Amazon directly -- but the Internet retailer now has a way to reach the set-top anyway. On Tuesday Amazon updated its Instant Video app for iPads and iPhone to let users play back content on Apple TV set-...
  • Hiroshi Yamauchi Dies: Former Nintendo President Was 85

    Hiroshi Yamauchi, who ran Nintendo for more than 50 years and led the Japanese company's transition from traditional playing-card maker to videogame giant, died Sept. 19 of pneumonia at a hospital in central Japan. He was 85. Yamauchi was president of...