It's free and there's a chance you could become a racing superstar, so what's not to like? Well, the wait for GT5 proper, for one.
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Politics in America are as controversial as ever. Two San Francisco-based candidates are trying to make things simpler. With Pokemon.
We also discuss Amazon's offer of an ad-supported phone and how IBM is using its Watson technology to help with cancer treatment.
Emilia Clarke, who plays the Mother of Dragons, also translates Hanson's hit song "Mmmbop" into Dothraki on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."
Denton proposes an open discussion about the battle that could end up costing Gawker more than $100 million.
Startup Acadine Technologies is laying off programmers and warning partners that work has stopped, as promised money fails to materialize.
Standalone "Chirp" hardware could incorporate the search giant's familiar "OK Google" command, according to a report.
Sony should be embarrassed with how long it took to add two-step verification to the PlayStation Network. Meanwhile, we say goodbye to Xbox 360, and Facebook adds group calls to Messenger.
The European Commission is reportedly siding with Uber in its argument that a French taxi law discriminates against the company.
ABC's late night gabfest asks people on the street to name Avengers and US presidents. The results will make you sad. Batman isn't an Avenger!