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Weekend tech reading: The best of BlizzCon 2011

Weekend tech reading: The best of BlizzCon 2011

It's that time of the year again when Blizzard -- makers of the popular gaming triumvirate of Warcraft, Diablo, and Starcraft – fire up the dog and pony show in southern California and give eager gamers a taste at all the new titles, expansions, and...

Weekend tech reading: Who killed video games?

Weekend tech reading: Who killed video games?

Who killed video games? (A ghost story) Here I am: The Worst Journalist In The World. I was once a person who wrote about technology and entertainment; then I figured that, in order to ask better questions while talking to people…
Weekend tech reading: Apple after Steve Jobs

Weekend tech reading: Apple after Steve Jobs

Apple after Steve Jobs: The men who will decide tech giant's fate The day before Steve Jobs’ death, newly minted Apple chief executive Tim Cook strode across the company’s vaunted showroom stage in much the same way as his predecessor: decked…
Weekend tech reading: MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Final

Weekend tech reading: MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Final

Evaporating liquid nitrogen in a humid equatorial country like Indonesia is a spectacular sight. The gargle and spit of liquid nitrogen stirring vehemently in an evaporator is the very sign of life in a healthy benchmarking setup. The coordination necessary for sub-zero overclocking is difficult to fathom for those who have never attempted so. 

Weekend tech reading: Sony brings PSN back online

Weekend tech reading: Sony brings PSN back online

Sony brings PSN back online, new security measures in place Sony Online Entertainment brought its PlayStation Network back online in parts of Europe and the U.S. Saturday following a three-week outage resulting from the hacking of the network by unknown individuals,…
Weekend tech reading: Portal 2 developer interviewed

Weekend tech reading: Portal 2 developer interviewed

Portal 2: 'We didn't want to deliver a half-assed experience' Portal 2 marks the return of Valve's first-person thinker, bringing with it sardonic mainframe GLaDOS and portal-popping Chell, along with more fiendish puzzles than you can shake a Companion Cube at.…
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