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How I Drastically Improved My Photography with Just Two Little Decisions

The question I get asked the most is: “Wow, nice pic! Which camera are you using?” Does that sound familiar? In the past, every time I heard this …

Move over 'Money' Mayweather: Ronaldo on course to become world's highest-paid athlete

The Real Madrid superstar, who topped the Goal Rich List for 2015, is in position to overtake Floyd Mayweather as the most bankable sports star on the planet.<p>If football is the world's game then Cristiano Ronaldo is head and shoulders above the rest as its chief salesman. The three-time Ballon d'Or …

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Japanese Games Never Died, They Have Just Been Ignored

About ten years ago a curious change occurred in the Western gaming press, it seemed that anything Japanese was a byword for bad. This also had the effect of silencing the history of gaming that pre-dated it. Allowing for, among other things, derivative games to be heralded as innovative. Much of …

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. YouTube isn't profitable.</b> Sources say that the site is struggling to attract visitors directly rather than through links.<p><b>2. Apple's iPad sales are dropping.</b> New data shows that Apple's share of the global tablet shipment market was down 20% last year.<p><b>3. Google has launched Android for Work.</b> It's …

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Rumble Entertainment chief on the agony and ecstasy of making hardcore mobile games (interview)

Rumble Entertainment has grown up in the age of digital games. A well-funded startup with a veteran game crew, it started making social games for Facebook and the web a few years ago, and then it expanded to mobile games in the past couple of years. Chief executive Greg Richardson has learned a lot …