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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 11:28:11 PM mt

Nostalgia still marks the way forward for Nintendo



Nostalgia sells. No one knows that better than Nintendo. Much of the companys intellectual property is well past the 30 year mark at this point, and yet it manages to find new scenarios for its most popular franchises year in and year out, reinventing its stable of characters for each subsequent platform. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 11:28:10 PM mt

Japans SNES Classic gets Famicom look and tweaked game selection



Everyones excited about the SNES Classic Edition, what with its twee 90s look and fantastic selection of games. But as with its NES predecessor, the Japanese version of the device is significantly different, outside and in here are the differences between the two. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 11:28:10 PM mt

Nintendo is releasing the Super NES Classic Edition on September 29th



Slated for a launch on September 29th, the Super NES Classic Edition is a console kit similar to the original console that launched more than 20 years ago. Like the NES Classic edition that came before it, the new Super NES allows you to play retro Nintendo games in high-definition, over HDMI with two included wired controllers. Nintendo will pre-install the following 21 classic games: Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 11:28:10 PM mt

What do E3 attendees think of mobile gaming



The smartphone has changed the gaming industry landscape dramatically. As our pocket computers advance, so too does the possibility of fully satisfying mobilegaming experiences. Companies like Nintendo are blurring the lines between portable and console/PC gaming with the Switch. At the same time, big studios have largely moved away from attempts to integrate mobile content into the home Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

Credit Karma touts 500 million in revenues



It turns out that you can make a lot of money by giving stuff away for free. Thats the lesson from Credit Karma, which today is announcing that its running its business profitably after earning $500 million in revenues last year. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

Ford GoBike launches in the Bay Area starting tomorrow



Fords GoBike dock-based bike-share program kicks off tomorrow, June 28 in the Bay Area. The program is being run in collaboration with Motivate, a platform operator and service provider for bike-sharing networks, and will offer up 3,500 bikes by summers end throughout San Francisco, the East Bay and San Jose. By the end of 2017, the plan is to have the network cover 546 stations Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

Twitter has a new VP of inclusion and diversity



A few months after Jeffrey Siminoff left his position as VP of diversity and inclusion at Twitter, the company has brought on Candi Castleberry Singleton to lead Twitters diversity efforts. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

Todays huge ransomware attack has only made about 7500 so far



Ransomware attacks are bigger than ever, but the payouts appear to be shrinking. While the ransomware suspected to be a variant of Petyamakes headlines around the world, whoever set it loose isnt really making a whole lot of money, especially if they paid for the software to begin with. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

MITs gas-powered drone is able to stay in the air for five days at a time



Last month, a team of MIT engineers launched Jungle Hawk Owl from the back of a compact car. It was the first flight for the 24-foot-wide drone, which the team believes is capable of staying in the air for five days on a single tank of gas. The craft was designed to address a challenge posed by the U.S. Air Force. Read More

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Tuesday June 27, 2017 @ 07:27:35 PM mt

Dating apps are embracing video



Dating apps are, in their own way, a form of social networking especially as they expand into new areas like friend-finding or professional networking. So it only makes sense that they would adopt video as well, given the growing popularity of the format on social apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, as well as the industrys larger embrace of Stories as a Read More

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