Animation genius PES takes viewers into a mysterious world where metal objects perform an amazing undersea dance.
The budget Nokia Lumia 610 can't run Angry Birds, Skype and assorted other apps because its 256MB of RAM is insufficient.
With its new "player impact" physics engine, precision dribbling, tactical defense, and assorted other improvements, the latest installment of EA Sports popular soccer franchise has become that much better--and remarkably realistic.
A dozen or so titles were ready for some hands-on action this afternoon, and we got a chance to play the majority of them. Nintendo also showed us some of the built-in software that'll be on every 3DS, including the Mii Maker and AR Games.
Video game research project at the University of Nevada makes games modeled on the Wii more accessible for people with visual impairments.
Ethanol investing is full of minefields, and despite ethanol becoming a major source of US fuel supply, that has not translated into gains for the ethanol investors.
Dell and Microsoft go Red, to help treat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria sufferers in Africa.
Patent debate may be taken out of hands of elected politicians under new measure, Parliament groups say.
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The Los Angeles Convention Center will house the 1996 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference from September 15 to 20. The convention is held every 30 months and is devoted to electric power transmission and distribution systems.