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Banger racing (destruction derby) proves that motorsport doesn't have to be expensive

Everyone with a drop of petrol in their veins fancies their chances as a racing driver, right? Well, one way to get your racing kicks is to try banger racing (destruction derby). So we had a go.

By August 9, 2013


Artificial intelligence takes on Ms. Pac-Man

A competition out of the University of Essex challenges gamers around the world to create AI that can beat Ms. Pac-Man.

By June 14, 2011


Crunch Gym app lets you avoid check-in lines

Crunch Fitness unveils its first app, created with IdeaWork Studios, enabling iPhone and Android users to find locations, see class schedules, and check in.

By January 12, 2011


iPhone app hands-on: <i>Super Monkey Ball</i> (with screenshots)

After a few hours of playing the iPhone version of Super Monkey Ball, CNET's Ben Wilson declares it is as fun as promised.

By July 10, 2008


iPhone 4 photo diary: A crazed all-nighter outside the Apple Store

CNET UK queued all night for an iPhone 4 outside Apple's flagship store on Regent Street. Click through to see our photos, and read about our deteriorating mental state

By June 24, 2010


For casino industry, server-based gaming still in the cards

High-tech slot machines should get a big shot in the arm with the opening of Las Vegas' CityCenter later this year. Still, a whole lot of rewiring remains to be done.

By February 3, 2009


The greatest game console of all time?

Greatness is in the eye of the behold, and each video game generation has its own contender for the greatest system.

By January 28, 2008


Bally Total Fitness unveils new e-commerce store

Bally Total Fitness, a nationwide chain of fitness centers, unveiled an e-commerce store on Thursday that will offer workout equipment, apparel and nutritional supplements. The launch comes as the online sporting goods sector is consolidating, with some of the largest stores, such as Fogdog and Gear.com being closed or acquired. MVP.com, backed by superstar athletes John Elway, Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky, ceased e-commerce operations on Jan. 30. But Bally isn't alone in trying to break into the beleaguered industry. CBS SportsLine.com also has plans to launch a new e-commerce store, Shop SportsLine, sometime in the spring.

By February 8, 2001


Windows XP for devices coming Nov. 28

Microsoft sets the release date for Windows XP Embedded, the next version of the company's software designed for devices such as slot machines, cash registers and set-top boxes.

By September 27, 2001


The Starting Line: Global Sports eyes e-commerce expansion

Having dominated sporting goods e-tailing, the company looks to take on new categories--a move that could put it in competition with Amazon.com.

By August 28, 2001