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Director Uwe Boll throws huge hissy fit over his crowdfunding failures

The director of video game remakes like "House of the Dead," "Alone in the Dark" and "Postal" goes postal on "you all" for not Kickstarting his latest project. And the rant's definitely NSFW.

By June 8, 2015


85 million Takata airbag inflators could still face recall

Thus far, 28.8 million of the Japanese company's inflators have been recalled in the US.

By April 15, 2016


Dark Souls taught me life lessons and helped me grow up

Commentary: Believe it or not, this video game showed me some hard truths I needed to understand to become a functional adult.

By April 12, 2016


Why guns are gone for good in Mirror's Edge Catalyst

Developer DICE knows what you want; everything you loved about the original, minus the frustrations.

By April 14, 2016


London airspace restricted following 'technical failure'

Flights in and out of the UK's capital are expected to be severely delayed, following a flight data computer failure, regulator Eurocontrol says.

By December 12, 2014


Is the on-demand economy dying?

A food delivery startup's recent collapse is just the latest sign that the era of instant gratification by app could be ending.

By March 20, 2016


Seven things you should know before buying your first drone

Drones are cool and they're only getting smarter, more powerful and less expensive. But you should definitely read this before you run out and buy one.

By March 8, 2016


Amazon's Alexa makes herself at home

With Amazon's Echo smart speaker becoming a surprise hit, the online retailer is expanding its line of Alexa voice assistants with two new devices.

By March 3, 2016


The political memes and Moments making America tweet again

The US presidential primaries may not yet have outdone Leonardo DiCaprio, but the memes are mounting. Twitter's top curator picks the microblogging service's best political Moments so far.

By March 1, 2016


Startup bets on device success by sneaking under Apple and Google radar

Acadine Technologies thinks there's room alongside Silicon Valley's biggest powers for software to power drones, action cams, smartwatches, and the feature phones plenty of people still buy.

By February 17, 2016