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A look at the evolution of modern video game controllers

If anything's kept pace with how video games have changed over the years, it's how we interact with them. Our biggest touchpoint with virtual worlds is the gamepad and -- akin to how games themselves have evolved from simple 2D affairs into 100-hour-long labyrinths in three dimensions -- …

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Play Over 2,400 MS-DOS Games in Your Browser for Free

You can now play over 2,400 MS-DOS games in your browser for free thanks to the Internet Archive, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that collects web pages, text, audio and other information that exists in digital formats.<p>Duke Nukem 3D, Sim City, Commander Keen, and Wolfenstein 3D are just a fraction …

TAG Heuer Automobile Club de Monaco Black Edition

New from TAG Heuer and first revealed at this year’s Baselworld is the TAG Heuer Automobile Club de<p>New from TAG Heuer and first revealed at this …

10 Winter Coats & Jackets That Will Keep You Warm Whilst Looking Cool

There should always be some space in your wardrobe for a solid winter coat. Whether you dread the icy mornings and shortened afternoons or not, every …

EA working on 'Frostbite Go' game engine for Android and iOS

EA has long been said to be working on a mobile version for its Frostbite engine, and now the company has posted information about the effort online. The Frostbite page officially reveals the existence of Frostbite Go, a "mobile division" meant to allow Frostbite-based games. While it says the …

New Sea Monster Found, Rewrites Evolution?

Cretaceous-era reptile Malawania anachronus discovered in Kurdistan.<p><b>A new species of dinosaur-era sea reptile is rewriting the books on the evolution of so-called sea monsters, a new study claims. (Read "When Monsters Ruled the Deep" from National Geographic magazine.)</b><p>The newfound—and potentially …