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Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates Teach Coding Fundamentals to Computer Newbies
Tech Titans' Appearance Part of Weeklong 'Hour of Code' Event Sponsored by Code.org
Calif. Congressman Questioned for Video Game Charges to Campaign
Rep. Duncan Hunter , the California congressman who recently used his vaporizer at a committee hearing, is being questioned by the Federal Election Commission for spending more than $1,300 in campaign funds on video games . In his year-end campaign finance filing, Hunter, a 39-year-old San Diego
Valve Corp . Hosts Field Trip for Students
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Who Needs Bosses? Not Game Company Valve
Video game and software developer Valve Corp, in Bellevue, Wash., has 300 employees--but not a single manager. How to they do that? What's it like to work in a boss-free zone? And what other companies share Valve's approach to non-management? Valve's website proclaims: "We've been boss-free since
'GMA' Deals and Steals: Video Game, Kids' Clothes
From cosmetics to video games - Tory Johnson finds "secret steals" just for you.
Sony: Credit card data at risk in PlayStation hack
Hackers who broke into Sony's PlayStation Network online service might have stolen members' credit card information, Sony said Tuesday. The intrusion, which happened between April 17 and 19, has resulted in a week-long system outage that could last as long as another week. As many as 75 million
DICE: Valve's Newell Says Pirates "Way Ahead of Us"
Digital distribution guru Gabe Newell says pirates are paying customers sick of region-specific delays and digital rights management nooses.
Stop Piracy, Release Video Games Worldwide Simultaneously?
Valve business director suggests releasing video games in other countries simultaneously decreases piracy rates.
PC Game Retail Sales Drop 14%, Revenue Shifts Online?
Retail PC game sales fell 14 percent in 2008, says research firm NPD Group, with revenue of $701 million down from $911 million in 2007 and $961 million in 2006. Where are all those absent hundreds of millions going? Simple, say some. Online . The rub? Market researchers like NPD only report retail