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The Internet Archive unveils a massive library of arcade games playable in a browser to both entertain us and offer a fascinating look into gaming history.
The list of games available for the PS4 is short, but these are our current favorites.
Some of them are only temporarily free, so don't wait to score some of these killer games (only some of which involve actual killing).
Prior to opening a new exhibit on the emergence of the PC, the Silicon Valley museum gives journalists a preview that included meeting pioneers of the computing revolution.
45 Minutes on IM: The man who also created Pong and Chuck E. Cheese is now a tech philosopher. He talks with CNET about his return to Atari and his vision for 10 great areas of software development.
Get your slashing finger ready! In iSlash, your job is to cut away chunks of the play field without accidentally swiping any of the bouncing stars.
This week's five newcomers offer a little something for everyone, but take my advice: steer clear of the new Frogger. Spring for the smashing ZombieSmash instead.
Happy, happy day. An official Simpsons game will arrive for iPhone and iPod Touch in a matter of...well, we can't say when, but it'll be here soon. Very, very soon.
Nothing fancy here, just you, your X-Wing, and good old arcade action. Dogfight with TIE Fighters, then drop a little present into the Death Star's exhaust port.
Good news, race fans: One of the most popular iPhone racing games just got an online-multiplayer overhaul. Put the pedal to the metal against five human opponents.