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Flappy Bird may make a comeback, but with a warning

Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen isn't ruling out a Flappy Bird return. But if the game does come back it will come with a warning to chill out now and then.

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Sensors look to put a step in immersive gaming

Reflx Labs’ Boogio wants to make any shoe a smart shoe by using a sensor insole and 3D accelerometer. Target markets include gaming and diagnostics.

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Have Xbox, will travel: Dual HDMI in 2014 Dodge Durango lets you bring your game

Can your car play Titanfall? Dual HDMI ports and dual displays mean this one can.

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Desktop app will help turn your voice into songs

Imitone aims to replace the amateur musician's MIDI keyboard.

GamePop, like Ouya, backs away from standalone game consoles

Subscription-based microconsole will try offering its services to cable companies.

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Dark Souls 2 review: An addictive puzzle wrapped in a nightmarish action game

We've gone through the seven stages of grief to report that the fiendishly difficult Dark Souls II is pretty darn great despite the emotional scars it leaves.

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HBO Go becomes HBO No during True Detective finale

HBO's app for streaming live episodes took an ill-timed siesta Sunday night, illustrating the challenge of live streaming popular programs.

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Comcast gets faster Netflix, offers House of Cards without Netflix

The direct connection deal between the streaming video service and the nation's largest Internet provider already produced a slight bump in average speeds.

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Popcorn Time transforms movie torrents into Netflix

This surprisingly slick desktop program lets you stream movies via torrent as easily as you stream movies on Netflix.

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Court order forces Aereo out of Denver, Salt Lake City

The ongoing legal battle over Aereo means that residents of two cities have lost access to the controversial streaming service.

Missing Pieces: Wrapping up the week's must-know gaming news

Twitch beats Pokemon, Batman gets his license, and you turned into Jerry Seinfeld—this is gaming news for the week of March 3.

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Beats Music wants developers to bring on the apps

Open API helps Beats keep up with its many streaming music rivals.

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Jack Tretton out at Sony Computer Entertainment

The 19-year Sony veteran is leaving his post as president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America at the end of March.

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Shadowrun: Dragonfall review: Even better than the original

Shadowrun Returns was already good, but Dragonfall makes improvements on every front.

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