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Need for Speed series had too many games too quickly, dev says

The upcoming reboot's producer said that the series needed a year off and a reboot to get back to its roots.

By August 3, 2015

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Need for Speed open-world "full reboot" hitting PS4, Xbox One, and PC this fall

We talk with Ghost Games general manager Marcus Nilsson about the new racing game; watch a trailer and see some images here.

By May 20, 2015

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Need For Speed will require an online connection

An Internet connection will be required for "more variety and a more rewarding experience with friends."

By May 28, 2015

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A sunken Nokia Lumia still works?

A Swedish man posts an image to Facebook of a Lumia 800 that, he says, was lost in a lake for almost four months before being brought back to life.

By October 30, 2013

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Remember when bands made a living without touring?

Nilsson was an artist who never did concerts or toured so he had a lot of time to perfect his craft in recording studios. Today's bands don't have that luxury.

By August 7, 2013

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StubHub partners with SF Giants on mobile ticketing

Instead of showing paper tickets, fans can now enter a San Francisco Giants game using their mobile phones. CNET gets a demo from Mats Nilsson, StubHub's director of product, to see how the new scanning technology works.

By August 25, 2011

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StubHub adds mobile ticketing for Giants fans

The online ticket reseller adds a feature to its mobile app that lets Giants fans get tickets beamed to their phone, no printouts needed.

By August 25, 2011

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GPS bracelet ups the ante for person surveillance

Adiant Solutions' new Laipac S-911 bracelet is part watch, part emergency phone, and part GPS-tracker that features geo-fencing, over-speed alerts, and more.

By April 29, 2011

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A car that runs on bourbon? Perhaps not

Reports flood the Web that a man in Kentucky has built a car that runs on bourbon. Is everyone just a little tipsy?

By April 25, 2011

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Pirate Bay defendants found guilty

District court in Sweden rules that all four defendants in the high-profile file-swapping case are guilty of having made copyright-protected files accessible for illegal file sharing.

By April 17, 2009