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Are We Living in a Video Game Golden Age?

The problem with self-congratulatory concepts like golden ages is that they are often of limited value except maybe for historians. They’re definitely of limited value for people living in such ages. Why? Time passes. Things are constantly changing. That’s part of what makes living fun. If you live in the present age, technologies moving and […]

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Microsoft’s Short To Do List

Microsoft has a new CEO. Microsoft has a new opportunity to remake itself. This much is obvious. With that said, if there are only two things for its new CEO, Satya Nadella, to do, it is these, how to handle Windows phone and what to do with Microsoft Office. These may seem like a highly […]

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Early Impressions: Elder Scrolls Online

If you’re looking for an alternative to World of Warcraft, one of the most exciting and heavily anticipated MMORPG titles coming down the pike is going to hit the stores in April 2014. I am of course talking about the Elder Scrolls Online. The Elder Scrolls is not as well-known as World of Warcraft, the […]

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Circa Mobile App Makes News Easier

One of the problems with most news apps is that they tend to blast you with lots of news in a small amount of space. Since your mobile device, whether it’s a smart phone or a tablet, only has so much space to play with. The whole experience feels pretty much like trying to take […]

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HTC and Nokia To Bury the Patent Hatchet

You don’t have to be a constant reader of this blog to know that tech companies, especially hardware companies, go to court frequently over patent disputes. The way the patent system is set up currently, it’s very easy to step on somebody’s intellectual property toast. In fact, it’s almost inevitable. You can even come up […]

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