For six bucks or less, you can score some of the all-time great casual games (Bejeweled, Peggle, etc.), with 100 percent of your purchase going straight to charity.
To tout the capabilities of its 2012 Yamaha Zuma 50F scooter, Yamaha picked the busy streets and steep hills of San Francisco and let members of the media take the little two-wheelers for a spin.
To test the 2012 Yamaha Zuma 50F scooter, Yamaha chose the hilly streets of San Francisco. The zippy little bike offers an interesting alternative in urban travel with its adequate speed and an engine that gets 152 miles per gallon.
As of June 14, three of Electronic Arts' once-popular social games will be no more.
PopCap is bringing its Zuma series to Facebook, following up on the success of Bejeweled Blitz, which is one of the most popular distractions on the massive social network.
Some of the biggest games around are shunned at the biggest gaming show.
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Olympus gave free PEN E-PM1 cameras to random people and asked them to take pics for display online. The results of the PEN Ready Project are in. But how did a journalist on the go like the new cam?
Electronic Arts will pay $650 million for the maker of popular games like Plants vs. Zombies and Bejeweled. PopCap will also get $100 million in stock, as well as multi-year earnouts.
Fifteen dollar Xbox Live Arcade version hitting "early September" with two new multiplayer modes, 12 achievements, and 21 mini-games unique to the console version; boxed edition arriving at retail with Peggle and Zuma this fall for $19.99.