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Nintendo will not bring games to cell phones. Not yet, anyway.
This week's roundup of accessories for your iOS devices includes new battery packs, a wireless USB drive, stands, and even stereo receivers.
You still have time to get your home theater in tip-top shape, plan the food and drinks, and grab an app or six to help out.
Epic's lauded Gears of War franchise helped Microsoft sell the Xbox 360, and now Redmond hopes it can do the same on the Xbox One.
Acquisition of the company and its staff helps to improve Yahoo's own engineering prowess.
As promised, Netflix now lets you turn off its forced auto-advancing feature when watching streaming TV shows. Huzzah, I say.
Are the batteries in that remote really dead? Your smartphone can help you find out.
The DVR maker denied reports that it would kill off its hardware division, though TiVo is developing a cloud-based approach to TV show recording.
The new mobile-focused music subscription service wasn't quite ready for its popularity out of the gate.
The company said it would vigorously protest higher fees.
If laughter is the best medicine, then Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance could cure cancer.
Is your streaming video chugging because your router sucks or your ISP sucks? Google wants to answer that very question.
Valve's quickly eliminating SteamOS's biggest technical headaches, though these early builds are still only for the brave.
An application crash has sparked hundreds of complaints as Sony works on a fix