| Mar 24, 2012
It is the clearest sign of the direction historic preservation may be going: Even a building called Government House, a 19th-century mansion in Baltimore's Midtown neighborhood, is now in private hands.
While some history buffs were horrified to learn...
| Oct 19, 2012
Chris Melissinos is tempted to say his first dalliance with video games was Pong, that table-tennis look-alike for the original Atari 2600. He’s tempted, but he’ll go with the time he designed his own virtual world at age 12, dubbed Space...
| Jul 19, 2011
| 6:59 AM
Mergers happen all the time in the tech world. Some mergers seem naturally logical while others make folks go, "Hmmmm." Other mergers leave consumers filled with doubts about what the future holds for their beloved software, products or services.The...
| Sep 21, 2007
| 5:47 AM
The 400 richest Americans, including U.S. citizens now living abroad, as compiled by Forbes magazine. Following each name is the person's age, net worth, hometown and source of wealth.
Where more than one name is listed under a number, there is a tie....
| May 22, 2008
| 10:46 AM
European Union regulators said Thursday they will consider Microsoft Corp.'s promise to make its Office productivity programs work more seamlessly with competing software.
Microsoft said Wednesday it would update Office 2007 to allow users to save text,...
| May 13, 2004
Gamemakers can't stop thinking about your cell phone at the E3 convention that gathers the movers and shakers of the gaming industry.
They'll jump through any hoop to get you to spend up to $5 downloading a game. If that means rewriting a game hundreds...