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Road Trip 2014

CNET's Daniel Terdiman wrangles up tech and geek culture in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and more.

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Avatar, a sci-fi tower defense, and Texas Hold'em: New iPad games of the week

After a flurry of high-profile launch titles, things have been a little quiet on the iPad gaming front. But here are three new arrivals worth checking out.

By April 27, 2010

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Texas Hold'em iPhone game hides an Easter egg

Texas Hold'em card game from Apple hides a hidden Easter egg feature that will make you smile.

By April 28, 2009

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Early birds go all-in for free with Texas Hold 'Em for Xbox 360

Early birds go all-in for free with Texas Hold 'Em for Xbox 360

By August 16, 2006

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Apple's first and only iOS game goes kaput

Apple has quietly shelved Texas Hold'em, the first and only game it made for its iOS platform. The 2008 software was mainly a pitch to get developers to build things on the iPhone.

By November 17, 2011

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iTunes Match arrives, as does a new Apple board member

This week brought iTunes Match, along with a new member of Apple's board. Find out about that, and other top news and rumors, in this week's edition of Apple Talk Weekly.

By November 19, 2011

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Are free BlackBerry apps enough of an apology? (poll)

Research In Motion tries to make up for service outages with a gift package of free premium apps for BlackBerry users. Is that enough of an apology to get you to stick with your device?

By October 17, 2011

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BlackBerry compensation is free apps but no refund

BlackBerry wants to make it up to you for last week's smart phone meltdown with some free apps. And, er, that's it.

By October 17, 2011

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Kindle games start to proliferate

The number of games in the Kindle Store is growing, with eight titles now available--and all of them are pretty popular.

By November 22, 2010

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Hacking online games a widespread problem

With real money on the line in online games and virtual worlds, publishers need to get a handle on how many different exploits are being implemented every day.

By April 23, 2009