There are few game franchises I poured more time and energy into as a kid than SimCity. From the mid-1990s, the classic metropolis-building strategy games were guaranteed a place on whichever computer
A dog's bark is only a ruff means of communication. Instead, we should be looking at its wiggles and squirms. Jumping up. Rolling over. Lifting paws. It’s all doggie behavior that makes them so endearing.
What are the best places in the United States to live and work? Every year, U.S. News & World Report sets out to answer that question, ranking the 125 most populous metropolitan areas in the nation to
There also a few extra nods to the video game community. The initial trailer for Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Ready Player One focused on the virtual world of OASIS, and for understandable reasons:
Catching up in the email arms race Software company Readdle announced today that it’s adding new third-party integrations to the Spark email app. Version 1.4 of Spark for macOS and Spark 1.9 on iOS will
No, making a Tesla battery does not equal eight years of driving an internal combustion car. If you're predisposed to hate electric cars, then there's a wonderful story making the rounds that'll support
The Worldwide Developers Conference is where Apple outlines new features for the iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. And we may even see some new hardware, too. Carrie Mihalcik 6/5/2017 4:07:35
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One thing Adobe didn’t make clear in its recent flurry of product announcements is that its Lightroom for iPad and iPhone apps are now available for anyone to use, free of charge. Both apps have always