Can (and should) video games teach history and politics?
Ever wonder why automated call-centers communicate eerily well, yet your consumer life relies on dozens of keyboards, buttons, and remote controls? Here is the company you should blame.
Attention crazy parents. Education.com is here to give you information, and possibly drive you nuts.
Leaders from both industries gathered at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art to discuss how they could make each other money and content.
New research shows the videos may not make kids smarter. Did parents really believe the hype that they did? Can we all get back now to playing rather than learning?
Art-house music compression scheme gives rise to disastrous new RIAA plan?