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Baseball team creates real live 'Super Mario' game
Minor league baseball team the Memphis Redbirds turned a wall on the outfield into an interactive version of the classic game "Super Mario Bros.," allowing fans to play Mario.
Who has edge among Patriots, Steelers, Packers and Falcons when you subtract QB?
The four teams left in the NFL playoffs have had an enormous advantage for the vast majority of the season. Barring injuries, that enormous advantage is about to disappear. Because for as good as they've been, those four remaining teams are going to need to find a new way to win football games as
Real-Life Mario Kart Hits Tokyo Streets
Akiba Kart customers can cruise around town in a go-kart dressed as their favorite Super Mario characters.
"Gosh, It's Beautiful."
None of this would've happened had Jennifer Thompson not gone thriftin'. This was in April 2013, and she was browsing clothes and $1 DVDs at the Steele Creek Goodwill in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, when she noticed it behind the glass counter. The video game title sparked a memory, a Yahoo
Gisele Bundchen Gave Away All Her Children's Halloween Candy
The highest paid fashion model boasted about her children's health-conscious appetites, explaining that they only took "one bite" of candy before wanting to give it away.
Why Gisele Bundchen Gave Away Her Kids' Halloween Candy
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady 's children didn't get to enjoy much of their Halloween candy, but it's not because their parents didn't let them eat it. In fact, Bundchen told People magazine that they tried a piece and didn't like it, so they told their mom to give the candy to other kids who
Beyonce, Gisele and Other Celebs Dress Up for Halloween
Monday was All Hallows' Eve and there were millions of trick-or-treaters dressing up around the country. Celebrities were no different and dressed up just for fun, or to go candy hunting with their kids. Some of the pics are spooky, while others are downright adorable. Here's a look. Beyonce and
IPhone 7, New Apple Watch Unveiled
Apple executives announced the latest generations of the iPhone and Apple Watch today in San Francisco, and both devices now have a special focus on fitness-minded consumers.
Super Mario To Hit iPhones Soon
During the live Apple event on Wednesday, Apple's CEO Tim Cook confirmed that Nintendo Mario will come to iOS first.
Mario Coming to Apple App Store
Tech journalists, packed into a San Francisco convention center this morning, erupted into cheers when Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Mario, the iconic Nintendo video game character, would soon be coming to Apple devices in a new video game. Cook discussed Apple's App Store and its game