So far as the strategy gaming community is concerned, Soren Johnson earned his stripes back in 2005, when he designed the highly-regarded Civilization 4. Since then he has worked on Spore, done a stint
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The Elder Scrolls modding community never ceases to impress. Whether they’re beautifying the world of Skyrim—or simply making its characters more visually appealing—there’s always something new going One
The team behind Skywind, the fan-made mod promising to bring the world of The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind to The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, is putting out the call for vocal talent to flesh out their project's
Last week on our Android customization post, you got to play with image files and change up your wallpaper on your Android device. After messing with all those image files, you may be finding that your
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Editor’s note: Deven Parekh is a managing director at Insight Venture Partners where he manages investments in e-commerce, consumer Internet data, and application software businesses on a global basis.
If you're reading this, it's highly likely your personal information is available to the public. And by "public" I mean everyone everywhere. To drive home this point, I give you exhibit A: Earlier this
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