Google's search tool has two new tricks up its sleeve.
A 3D-printed Tardis opens up to reveal a board game based on backgammon, Parcheesi and an ancient Egyptian game called Senet.
Photographer Mike Mellia snaps a series of hilarious, absurd, selfie-style shots as a comment on rampant self-portraiture in the age of social media.
This RFID-equipped Scrabble board costs 10 times more than a good hit on a triple-word score.
For a board game geek, the iPhone and iPod Touch are fast becoming the best ways to shrink down a lot of cardboard and plastic pieces.
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Social network lets players on MySpace, Facebook, Bebo, and others square off against one another in Sudoku, backgammon, chess, and other classic games.
After attempts to crowdsource the purchase of a soccer club, it was obviously just a matter of time until the concept of crowdsourcing would be applied to the actual game.
Apple turns in monster quarter, thanks to iPhone and iPod; Microsoft posts strong earnings, scores Facebook victory. Also: Saving muni Wi-Fi.
A federal Internet gambling ban poses threats to lawful gaming online and must be amended right away, players argue in a Capitol Hill lobbying blitz.