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Gaming

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  • Seismic seizes $2 million in funding for social games

     
    Seismic Games became the latest start-up company to dive into social games, snagging $2 million in funding from DFJ Frontier, investor Tom Matlack and others -- all before releasing its first title....
  • Angels spring-training tickets to go on sale Jan. 14

     
    The Angels announced Wednesday that tickets for spring-training games in Tempe, Ariz., will go on sale Saturday, Jan. 14, at 9 a.m. (PST)....
  • 'Tintin' and HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' lead Visual Effects nominations

     
    Steven Spielberg's animated "The Adventures of Tintin" and HBO's period gangster series "Boardwalk Empire" scored the most nominations early Monday morning from the Visual Effects Society for the VES Awards....
  • TVs go big, wide and ape at the Consumer Electronics Show

     
    As always, the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has been filled with new TVs and home entertainment product announcements. In fact, there have been so many announcements that it might be tough to keep up them all if you're actually looking to...
  • Play arcade games on your iPad -- with a joystick

     
    Apple iPad and iPad 2 users can play classic arcade games on the Atari Arcade console, which features a joystick and four buttons. The device connects to the tablet and users can play games such as Pong, Centipede and Asteroids....
  • CES 2012: What's in our bags for the year's biggest gadget show

     
    The annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show has begun. Team LAT is getting into place, and our coverage has started. I'm still en route.This year, instead of flying as I usually do, I'm road tripping it. In fact, I'm cruising...
  • Iran war talk: Can we stop playing Hitler whack-a-mole?

     
    Tehran may well be trying to develop nuclear weapons. But sanctions are taking a toll, and even if they don't work, Iran wouldn't be the first enemy of ours to get the bomb....
  • Apple looms large over the Consumer Electronics Show

     
    At the Consumer Electronics Show, models carried around wireless flat-screen TVs playing vivid nature films, executives waved next generation “magic” remote controls and audiences were treated to demonstrations of massive, wall-size TVs. Also,...
  • News Corp. to add content to Microsoft's Xbox Live

     
    Microsoft announced that News Corp. will be offering a series of apps for the Xbox Live service, featuring content from Fox Broadcasting, Fox News Channel, the Wall Street Journal and IGN Entertainment....
  • Phone-to-phone gaming and more with Alljoyn

     
    Some times the coolest new things you see at the Consumer Electronics Show aren't gadgets or apps or even 55-inch OLED TV sets (although, admittedly, those are cool). Sometimes they're just technologies, which is what digital stereoscopic displays and...
  • Sesame Street Kinect shows promise of TV voice, gesture control [Video]

     
    At the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show TV makers such as Samsung and LG showed off TVs with voice, gesture and facial-recognition control, but such controls are already here in the form of Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensing camera....