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Friday, March 15,2013

SimCity review: Just can't overlook massive server issues

The latest offering from EA, the widely anticipated SimCity, had "one of the worst launches of all time," writes Peter Bright in a review. And despite a few bright spots, there are lots of flaws in the latest in the well-loved series.
Monday, March 11,2013

Unknown Samsung smartphone, possible Galaxy S4, leaked on Chinese forum

A Chinese forum poster put up images of a previously unseen Samsung smartphone that may be the upcoming Galaxy S4.
Wednesday, March 6,2013

EU fines Microsoft over $700 million for antitrust violations

The European Union levied a $732 million fine against Microsoft for its failure to live by a 2009 antitrust commitment.
Tuesday, March 5,2013

Apple wants to bring the watch back — with iOS

Never thought you'd wear a watch again? Apple hopes you'll change your mind.
Tuesday, January 22,2013

Facebook's Graph Search takes the next step in advertising

Facebook's new search function, called Graph Search, was announced recently to less-than-high praise.
Monday, January 21,2013

Another Atari bankruptcy: A history of the troubled brand

It's the death of a video game era. Again.
Friday, January 4,2013

Looking ahead to CES 2013

One of the world's largest tech expos is coming to Las Vegas Jan. 8-11, and while surprises are expected, we can still get a sense of many of the upcoming exhibitions.
Friday, December 28,2012

Quake-hit N.Z. city gets new cathedral of cardboard

After a Feb. 22, 2011 earthquake destroyed the large Gothic cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand, the architectural loss was significant. But, more practically, the congregation needed somewhere to worship.
Monday, December 17,2012

New Hampshire teen invents low-cost water purifier

Develop a cheap way to kill bacteria in water, and you can provide clean drinking water to millions, maybe billions, of people in the developing world.
Monday, December 10,2012

Apple's map woes continue: Australian cops warn against bad directions

Police in southern Australia are asking travelers not to use Apple's iOS Maps application after multiple drivers have followed the app's directions and become lost in a national park.