In the finale of CNET's historic crowdsourced sci-fi novel, the war on Earth is over, but the story of the multiverse may just be getting started.
In an interview with our friends at GameSpot, Firaxis Senior Producer Dennis Shirk offers insight into building the most sophisticated Civilization ever.
Civilization 6 changes the way we think about cities, science and diplomacy in the next series entry.
Technically Incorrect: The Oscar winner is amused when a Starbucks barista says she doesn't need the actress' name. She knows it already. Or, rather, she doesn't.
CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel continues, revealing the secrets of the afterlife.
We play the new three-hour-long Star Wars board game so you don't have to. (But you probably should.)
Twitter may not be able to easily monetize Twitter diplomacy, but it's emblematic of how much influence 140 characters and broadcasting across the Internet can have.
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The Buffalo Bills' Stevie Johnson outdoes Dennis Rodman and Google's Eric Schmidt when it comes to digital diplomacy.
At the risk of looking like a big, bad tech company if it copied start-up TweetMeme's own business, Twitter put together an elaborate partnership...which forced TweetMeme to change its business model anyway.