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At 83, Donald Rumsfeld Takes a Shot at App Development
Technology

At 83, Donald Rumsfeld Takes a Shot at App Development

The former secretary of state launched Churchill Solitaire, a mobile game he created in partnership with a team of developers, in a blog post on Sunday.
Lindsay Friedman
How the Latest Fake Minecraft App Reached No. 4 on the iTunes Charts and Then Disappeared
Minecraft

How the Latest Fake Minecraft App Reached No. 4 on the iTunes Charts and Then Disappeared

It was just one of dozens of malicious scam apps that copycat the wildly popular block-building adventure game.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
If You're Patient, You Can Now Pre-Order the Oculus Rift for $599
Oculus VR

If You're Patient, You Can Now Pre-Order the Oculus Rift for $599

Consumers who backed the original Kickstarter campaign will get the headset for free, Facebook-owned company announced.
Laura Entis
'Candy Crush: The Movie' Isn't Real, But These 7 Game-Inspired Flicks Are
Movies

'Candy Crush: The Movie' Isn't Real, But These 7 Game-Inspired Flicks Are

On 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert,' the host and actor Liam Neeson starred in a Candy Crush movie parody, but the idea of making blockbusters out of classic games is not such an outlandish one.
Carly Okyle
12 Communication Tips You Can Learn From Monopoly
Communication Strategies

12 Communication Tips You Can Learn From Monopoly

With this year marking the 80th year of the iconic game, it seemed a fine time to round up some wisdom that communicators have accumulated while playing the board game.
4 Ways Games Can Help Your Company Innovate
Gamification

4 Ways Games Can Help Your Company Innovate

By using innovation games bad ideas become great ones, and new ideas become easy to prioritize and implement.
Ania Rodriguez
How Cards Against Humanity Is Helping Women in STEM
Games

How Cards Against Humanity Is Helping Women in STEM

The card game's expansion pack is a big help for a good cause.
Mario, the World's Most Famous Video-Game Character, Is 30 Years Old
Video Games

Mario, the World's Most Famous Video-Game Character, Is 30 Years Old

The iconic Nintendo character debuted in Japan on Sept. 13, 1985.
How to Play Games at Work Productively
Gamification

How to Play Games at Work Productively

Employers increasingly are finding that the more tedious the task, the more effective it is to make a game of it.
Pratik Dholakiya
The Maker of Angry Birds Is Planning to Slash Up to 39 Percent of Its Workforce
Angry Birds

The Maker of Angry Birds Is Planning to Slash Up to 39 Percent of Its Workforce

The Finnish company has failed to create a new hit game since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds.
How to Use Math to Win at Monopoly, the Classic Game of Business
Control What You Can

How to Use Math to Win at Monopoly, the Classic Game of Business

Want to demolish your friends and family members in Monopoly? Keep these tips top-of-mind.
6 Random Activities That Help My Entrepreneurial Brain
Personal Improvement

6 Random Activities That Help My Entrepreneurial Brain

Sure, there's always reading, learning and writing, but these odd things also boost my skills and creativity.
Andrew Medal
Nintendo's Hottest Game in Years Is Saving the Company
Nintendo

Nintendo's Hottest Game in Years Is Saving the Company

The game turns players into squids.
Maker of 'Cookie Jam' Lands $130 Million Investment From Korea's Top Gaming Giant
News and Trends

Maker of 'Cookie Jam' Lands $130 Million Investment From Korea's Top Gaming Giant

Both companies are looking to grow internationally.
Nina Zipkin