Free Speech and Common Sense—What The Video Game Ruling Means

The Supreme Court has ruled that barring the sale of violent video games to minors violates the First Amendment. This ruling should be applauded, and I agree with the Court that the nature of content does not override the...

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LEGO MBA

We recently met with the LEGO team in their headquarters in which they filled us in on some exciting news. LEGO is launching a Master Building Academy (MBA) to teach children of all ages to become Master Builders. The...

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Microsoft Buying Skype

Last week, rumors were floating around the Internet that FaceBook or Google were going to buy Skype. Today we have found out that neither company will add the wildly success video chat company to their portfolios because Microsoft just...

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Apple Has Sold Oodles of iStuff

You may have heard that Apple is suing Samsung for an "intellectual property complaint". I'm not entirely sure what that means because I'm a game reviewer and not a law reporter but I'm guessing it means that Apple is...

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Nintendo 3DS Details Announced

Nintendo is revealing crucial details for the new 3DS at an event in New York City, happening right now. The big news is that the 3DS will be in stores on March 27 and will cost $249.99. 3DS, the latest...

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