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Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis face off in Looper, the smartest and most enthralling thing to hit cinemas since Inception.
The "Vegas" that's coming to CBS this fall takes you back to the 1960s with an authentic wardrobe and cars, and a re-creation of the Golden Nugget Casino.
The movie director poses rapid-fire questions to the Apple voice assistant from the back of a taxi, concluding that "she's going places."
With "Jacked," veteran video games journalist David Kushner explains how the Grand Theft Auto franchise helped usher in a new generation of games and set the tone for a decade.
Grand Theft Auto V is V for Vinewood -- the car-stealin' crime-em 'up series is heading back to the West Coast.
YouTube is now renting high definition films, with both new releases and classic movies on offer. And Fast Five.
Mafia II puts you in the shoes of a gangster who must survive a mob war set in a fictional city in the early 1950s.
After the shortest time on market ever, the Microsoft Kin has been unceremoniously yanked from market. Which, I guess, you could see as swift and decisive action on Microsoft's part, rather than a total failure of the company's mixed-up mobile strategy. Or both. Also, Apple lawsuits, Google's uncertain future in China, and the Woot monkey finds a new home at Amazon.
One of Italy's most wanted criminals is captured after he can't help himself chatting with his associates on Facebook.
Sid Meier has announced Civilization Network is on its way to Facebook. But those looking to play games on Facebook can do it now. Here are some titles worth checking out.