Nintendo hooked me as a kid. Can the Switch win over my son?

I vividly remember the first Nintendo game I played. It wasn’t long after the 1985 debut of the Nintendo Entertainment System in the US. I was around five years old and at my babysitter’s house in Fremont, California. It was a summer day, and we were calming down after playing outside. My sitter, who also […]




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A typo blew up part of the internet Tuesday

Amazon offered up more answers Thursday about what caused a bunch of websites to fail two days ago. According to a postmortem by the company’s cloud services business, around 9:37 a.m. PT Tuesday an Amazon worker incorrectly punched in a command while trying to debug an issue. That command shut down a large set of […]




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Yahoo says forged cookie attack accessed about 32M accounts

Yahoo has revealed a string of hacks in the past year. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Yahoo revealed Wednesday that about 32 million user accounts were accessed by hackers in the past two years using forged cookies that allowed them to log into accounts without using a password. The company said in a regulatory filing that the […]




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Man charged over 3D-printed guns a sci-fi ‘fanboy,’ court told

Enlarge Image 3D-printed guns seized by police in Sydney. NSW Police/Facebook An Australian man charged with manufacturing 3D-printed firearms is nothing more than a science fiction “fan boy” with a love of war gaming and cop shows. That’s according to the man’s lawyer, who appeared in local court in Sydney today to defend 27-year-old Sicen […]




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FCC Chairman wants to bring faster, cheaper broadband to all

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai pushes for less regulations. Roger Cheng/CNET Ajit Pai wants to make it clear: There’s a new chairman in town. The newly christened chairman of the Federal Communications Commission likely won over the telecom-centric audience at a keynote session during the Mobile World Congress trade show on Tuesday. In his prepared remarks, […]




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FCC Chairman wants to bring faster, cheaper broadband to all

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai pushes for less regulations. Roger Cheng/CNET Ajit Pai wants to make it clear: There’s a new chairman in town. The newly christened chairman of the Federal Communications Commission likely won over the telecom-centric audience at a keynote session during the Mobile World Congress trade show on Tuesday. In his prepared remarks, […]




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Apple’s next iPhone to ditch Lightning for USB-C, report says

Enlarge Image Apple’s iPhone 7 committed to Lightning over the traditional headphone jack. Captura de pantalla Óscar Gutiérrez/CNET Apple’s iPhone could celebrate its 10th birthday with a curved screen and USB-C connection. According to the Wall Street Journal, at least one model in Apple’s next update to the iPhone range could have a curved OLED […]




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​LG and Valve are working on a VR headset

LG looks like another upcoming player in the VR landscape. Valve announced that LG is developing a VR head mounted display, and a prototype of the headset will be demoed at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco this week. LG experimented with VR with a pair of mobile goggles a year ago, but the […]




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Jackie Chan causes early panda-monium on Oscar red carpet

Past Academy Awards attendees have drawn attention for bringing their mom or child as a date. But martial arts legend and actor Jackie Chan doubled the attention by escorting two stuffed pandas on the Oscar red carpet on Sunday. Why pandas? Chan, of course, voices Monkey in the “Kung Fu Panda” movie series. In 2009, […]




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Jackie Chan causes early panda-monium on Oscar red carpet

Past Academy Awards attendees have drawn attention for bringing their mom or child as a date. But martial arts legend and actor Jackie Chan doubled the attention by escorting two stuffed pandas on the Oscar red carpet on Sunday. Why pandas? Chan, of course, voices Monkey in the “Kung Fu Panda” movie series. In 2009, […]




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