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  • Skype coming soon to Windows Phone, later to Xbox Live

     
    Skype can be used to make voice and video calls over the Web using PCs, a number of TVs and Blu-Ray players, Facebook and via smartphone apps found on BlackBerrys, Androids, iPhones and iPads. Yet, despite Microsoft buying Skype at a price of $8.5-billion...
  • The Morning Fix: 'Idol' ratings tumble! SOPA and PIPA fight rages on.

     
    American Idol ratings tumble, the SOPA and PIPA fight rages on, and "Haywire" opens Friday....
  • Sony PlayStation Vita hands-on [Video]

     
    If you've played video games on the PlayStation Portable, which affectionately became known to most as the PSP, then the Vita will look very familiar at first glance. Joysticks and buttons are placed to the left or right of a nice, wide display and the...
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic -- the costliest game of all time?

     
    Star Wars: The Old Republic is a big gamble for its publisher, Electronic Arts Inc., but not one that would destroy the company should it fail, executives say. Still, Star Wars: The Old Republic is likely to be the most expensive game of all time to...
  • Golden Reel sound editing nominations announced

     
    The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced its nominees for the 59th annual Golden Reel Awards early Friday morning in movie and TV categories....
  • Social games company Kabam acquires Fearless Studios

     
    Kabam buys Fearless Studios and snags veteran game developers, Haden Blackman and Cedrick Collomb....
  • THQ exits licensed kids games to focus on hard-core titles

     
    THQ Inc., once one of the industry's largest publishers of video games for children, said it will no longer produce licensed kids titles for traditional game consoles....
  • Nintendo: Wii are sinking

     
    Spurned by consumers who now favor tablets, smartphones and higher definition consoles, Nintendo Co. posted a 31% sales drop and swung to a loss last year....
  • Netflix sees DVD business withering, gives up on video games

     
    Netflix now has no plans to spend any marketing dollars on its DVD service, which lost 2.76 million subscribers during the last three months of 2011....
  • Q&A: How global conflict shows up in computer games

     
    Rex Brynen, political science professor at McGill University in Montreal, co-edits a blog on conflict simulation and talks about how computer games reflect global tensions....
  • Album review: Lana Del Rey's 'Born to Die'

     
    Los Angeles Times pop music critic Randall Roberts reviews the highly anticipated debut album by singer Lana Del Rey....