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Build your criminal status in this arcade game.
Maintain your street cred as a criminal by carjacking, kidnapping, and drug running.
Maintain your street cred as a criminal by completing various missions.
Avoid the police and other gangsters with this carjacking game.
Enter a world of "auto-mated" combat in this vehicular fighting game.
Build your criminal status by carjacking, kidnapping, and drug running.
Experience an even wilder Liberty City with this map.
Everybody thought the banker surprised by car-jackers was dead and buried until a photograph of him taken by his captors turns up. If the banker is...
*** REQUIRES AUTOCOMPASS GPS BEACON HARDWARE TO USE THIS APP ***Safety. Security. Peace of Mind.Locate your vehicle, on-demand, anywhere in the USA...
Quicksand is a 1950 film noir film noir starring Mickey Rooney and Peter Lorre in a story about a garage mechanic who borrows $20 from the till...
A pair of automotive researchers proved that cars can be hacked, just like computers.
Pop artist says he won't release a mountain of unpublished music until piracy is defeated. Prince also says he'll talk copyright protection during a planned visit to the White House.
Sony is working hard to make sure the PS4 doesn't suffer from the same downloading issues as the PS3.
Already a classic on the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP, Chinatown Wars brings its violent, free-wheeling Liberty City badness to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Stephen Mark hopes Kickstarter will help him realize his dream of a Bluetooth-controlled RC car driven by Android.
For the fourth installment of my video blog dedicated to great police chases, we get two carjackings for the price of one as police attempt to apprehend a would-be criminal.
An Ohio man uses text messages to lure carjacking suspects to police just hours after his car is stolen.
A man in Northern California gets carjacked after responding to an ad for a rendezvous with a prostitute.
Critics have unfairly turned "Grand Theft" and other games into political footballs, says rating-agency head Patricia Vance.