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The best science gifts for kids in 2016

The best science gifts for kids in 2016

By Jessica Hall on November 25, 2016 at 8:00 am The idea of a “science toy” sort of breaks down below a certain age. A toddler who cannot yet read does not need a scientific calculator, for example, and even ...

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Ultimate PlayStation 4 holiday gift guide

Ultimate PlayStation 4 holiday gift guide

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Ultimate virtual reality holiday gift guide

Ultimate virtual reality holiday gift guide

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Ultimate Xbox One holiday gift guide

Ultimate Xbox One holiday gift guide

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Some games run faster on the original PS4 than Sony’s more powerful PS4 Pro

Some games run faster on the original PS4 than Sony’s more powerful PS4 Pro

By Joel Hruska on November 16, 2016 at 8:56 am When Sony built the PS4 Pro, it prioritized backwards compatibility and capabilities above virtually any other feature. While the new PS4 Pro can offer improved performance or visual effects in ...

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Hands on with PS4 Pro: How do 1080p displays and PSVR benefit?

Hands on with PS4 Pro: How do 1080p displays and PSVR benefit?

By Grant Brunner on November 16, 2016 at 1:26 pm Last week, Sony unleashed the PS4 Pro — a mid-generation update that’s focused on serving the emerging 4K market. It’s quite a bit more powerful than the base PS4, and ...

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Nintendo Switch reportedly arrives with Super Mario Bros, Splatoon, but no Legend of Zelda

Nintendo Switch reportedly arrives with Super Mario Bros, Splatoon, but no Legend of Zelda

By Joel Hruska on November 17, 2016 at 10:30 am Ever since Nintendo announced the Switch, there have been questions about the platform’s launch lineup, especially after we discovered all of the footage displayed in the launch trailer was inserted ...

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World of Warcraft subscriptions surge thanks to amazing Legion expansion

World of Warcraft subscriptions surge thanks to amazing Legion expansion

By Joel Hruska on October 5, 2016 at 9:23 am World of Warcraft’s player base has been on a downward trend for years. Granted, in Blizzard’s case, that’s a very relative measure. The 5.5 million subscribers the company reported in ...

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No one’s playing No Man’s Sky, as developer remains silent and players flee the franchise

No one’s playing No Man’s Sky, as developer remains silent and players flee the franchise

By Joel Hruska on September 23, 2016 at 4:44 pm When No Man’s Sky launched in August, it was already clear that the game would primarily appeal to a niche audience. The title’s lead designer and head of developer Hello ...

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No Man’s Sky is now under investigation for false advertising

No Man’s Sky is now under investigation for false advertising

By Joel Hruska on September 29, 2016 at 9:00 am The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority announced it’s investigating the way No Man’s Sky has been advertised on Steam. Regulators from the ASA have examined the game’s Steam page and, based ...

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