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barbarians

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How Clash of Clans' clan wars got me addicted all over again

(commentary) CNET editor Roger Cheng says the mobile smash hit’s latest update has him hooked -- and that it provides a textbook lesson on how developers can prevent gamer burnout.

By April 26, 2014

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Sky Go app adds Sky Sports highlights, Android coming soon

Sky Go has added highlights from Sky Sports matches, races and other sporting events.

By June 3, 2013

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Hot new games for iOS

All of the games in this collection are new at the App Store, already well-known titles, and extremely entertaining.

By December 7, 2012

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360 comes out with all major franchises firing

Microsoft's non-Kinect games seemed to largely focus on big franchises and, of course, guns.

By June 14, 2010

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History provides some insight on Microhoo

Although deals can break on dollars and sense, it often comes down to people and the chemistry between the principals.

By July 9, 2008

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'The Onion' offers lesson in Viral Video 101

The humorists at alternative news site The Onion report that the country is burning through the precious resource of Miley Cyrus and we're headed for doom.

By July 1, 2008

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Software CEOs: The right stuff, the wrong stuff

Joel Spolsky's recollections of Bill Gates' Microsoft include an intriguing insight into what makes for a successful software impresario. But this is only the start of a longer conversation.

By June 25, 2008

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Can Yang dance with the heavyweight champ?

The Yahoo CEO is standing up to threats from Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. He's about to find out what it's like to go toe-to-toe with a real corporate titan.

By April 7, 2008

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Proprietary software and the fall of Rome

The barbarians are at the gates, and increasingly winning.

By September 23, 2007

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Open source, the US military, and fighting off open-source threats

Open source is more than a software strategy. It's a way of fighting military battles, and one that is highly disruptive to the US military.

By October 3, 2007