Updated: April 17, 2014 5:25:40 PM MDT
 
 
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    Rocky Mountain Gamer: You won't want to Lego this 'Hobbit' game

    04/16/2014 08:01 AM MDT
    New twists in 'LEGO: The Hobbit' make up for lackluster story. 
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    RYAN: Get weird, tweeps
    04/15/2014 11:10 AM MDT - Many a time have I extolled the virtues of Twitter, from its newsgathering convenience to its networking capabilities. Full Story

    Rocky Mountain Gamer: Nothing 'Magical' about this Disney offering
    04/10/2014 06:06 PM MDT - Youngsters will enjoy "Disney Magical World" because of the quick pace and endless rewards of the collectible system. However, the shallow nature of the simulation, and the repetition involved, will have most adults putting the game down quickly. Full Story

    HBO's 'Silicon Valley' battling 'Game of Thrones' for geek love
    04/08/2014 09:32 AM MDT - Even as the much-anticipated HBO comedy "Silicon Valley" debuted Sunday, some of the real technorati were more interested in one of the network's other shows: "Game of Thrones." Full Story

    Your heroic Xbox One gaming moments can live forever on YouTube
    04/08/2014 12:43 PM MDT - Sharing your best in-game moments from the Xbox One is a feature many gamers love, but until Monday there weren't a lot of places for those clips to live forever. Full Story

    Watch: Video of the largest game of Tetris ever played
    04/06/2014 09:35 AM MDT - Drexel University professor Frank Lee and his team hacked into the lighting system of a Philadelphia skyscraper to play the world's biggest game of Tetris on the fa├žade of the 29-story building. Full Story

    Your secret's not safe on anonymous social networks
    03/30/2014 10:31 PM MDT - There's a lot of news about Whisper, Secret and other anonymous social networks lately. Whisper has been around in various forms since March 2012 but started gaining momentum when it went free in February, Yik Yak started late last year, and Secret went live in the App Store at the end of January.  Full Story

    Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'inFAMOUS: Second Son' plays second fiddle to none
    03/26/2014 10:35 AM MDT - Some video games take the experience to the next level, allowing gamers to step into the proverbial tights of a hero (or villain) and experience these powers a little more personally. And, in my opinion, no game series does that better than "inFAMOUS." Full Story

    Spotify slashes prices for college students
    03/25/2014 04:11 PM MDT - For U.S. college students, a month of Spotify streaming now costs a little more than a large frappuccino. The Swedish digital music company is offering college students its ad-free streaming service for $5 a month as it tries to get more young people to subscribe.  Full Story

    'Smart' collar tracks dogs and their calories
    03/24/2014 01:47 PM MDT - A high-tech collar attachment that will allow pet owners to monitor their dogs at a distance, checking how much they sleep and how many calories they are burning, was unveiled Thursday in Japan. Full Story

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    Vinyl or vinyls? On eve of Record Store Day, collectors can't seem to agree

    Step into a record store any other day of the year, and you'll probably witness something like this: A whippersnapper comes bouncing in, asking if there are any Rolling Stones "vinyls" for sale. The clerk cringes. Older customers roll their eyeballs skyward and skullward. Those beautiful black circles are called records. Or LPs. "Vinyl" is acceptable, but never "vinyls." Full Story