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​You probably won't give up Pokemon Go for Nintendo 3DS, but I would

Nintendo's old handheld hangs around in my bag.

By July 18, 2016


Pokemon Next: What Nintendo should do after Pokemon Go

Commentary: Nintendo finally has a mobile mega-hit. Here's what's coming next, and what should come after that.

By July 12, 2016


Donald Rumsfeld launches gaming app

Technically Incorrect: The former defense secretary is invading the tech world with Churchill Solitaire, an app he claims aids strategic thinking.

By January 23, 2016


Blocking apps help you focus on work

Donationware Cold Turkey restricts access to Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Outlook, Solitaire, and any other sites and programs you choose, and at times you set. Free app Focus Booster takes a kinder, gentler approach.

By April 22, 2014


Three new Zune HD apps trickle into the wild

Microsoft releases three new apps for the Zune HD, including Solitaire, Labyrinth, and Stopwatch.

By April 27, 2010


The 404 569: Where it's a bad day for the Internet (podcast)

It's a bad day for the Internet! The Boyscouts introduced a VIDEO GAME badge, an ironic twist on the Boobquake Facebook protest, and the FAA finally bans Minesweeper and Solitaire games in airplane cockpits.

By April 28, 2010


A costly game of solitaire

By February 13, 2006


RealNetworks snags Net gaming deals

RealNetworks signed deals with Activision, the Groove Alliance and SoliTaire Networks to publish PC and Internet games via the RealArcade system. RealArcade, which launched in May, is a free service that lets gamers find, play and manage their games as well as connect to Internet multiplayer game networks. More than 1.5 million copies of the software have been downloaded since the launch, RealNetworks said. More than 50 game developers and publishers have signed up to distribute their games through the service. RealArcade also released four downloadable games: "Diamond Mine," published by Popcap Game; "Assimilation," by Small Rockets Entertainment; and "Claw" and "Get Medieval," both by Monolith.

By July 18, 2001