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Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek’ dies By Clip Syndicate - Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of "Star Treks" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, died Friday. He was 83. The Los Angeles Times and New York Times confirmed his death with his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy. The cause of death was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, she told the New York Times. Nimoys career in show business spanned more than six decades and included stints as a stage actor, television guest star, series regular and movie veteran. ...Read More »
James Rodriguez: All about football in Ibague By Clip Syndicate Football star James Rodriguez launched his career in the Colombian Andes, where residents fondly remember the soccer and video games addict. Duration: 01:58 ...Read More »
10 Incredibly Realistic Minecraft Creations By Clip Syndicate Uncharted territories and new worlds lie beyond the pixelated screen of Minecraft. Players of the video game often take to building lifelike creations, inspired by both reality and fiction alike. Thousands of hours pass as players, either flying solo or working as a group, attempt to recreate Hogwarts, Middle Earth or the entirety of Denmark within the game's seemingly endless map. ...Read More »
Game makers lured into virtual worlds By Clip Syndicate Some 25,000 people have descended upon San Francisco to show off the latest technologies and video games at the Game Developers Conference. Developers here discuss the future of the industry. Duration: 02:20. ...Read More »
A Look Back: Neil Patrick Harris’ Best Hosting Moments By Clip Syndicate Neil Patrick Harris is a man of many talents. Although he’s best known for his starring role in How I Met Your Mother, he can be found on the big screen, Broadway, and even as a voiceover in video games. Harris seems to be quite the crowd-pleaser, as he’s been a popular choice for previous award show hosting gigs. ...Read More »
Sesame Street's Parody of Birdman Stars Big Bird and It Is Perfect By Clip Syndicate A Sesame Street parody of the Oscar-nominated dramedy Birdman was released this week, days before Sunday's 2015 ceremony, and it's simply perfect. The original movie, which stars Batman alum Michael Keaton depicts a troubled, possibly schizophrenic actor known before his role in a superhero film franchise who is trying to revive his career with a Broadway play. Throughout the film, he hallucinates and hears the voice of his movie character, Birdman. ...Read More »
Angry Birds Maker to Tailor Games in Chinese Market By Clip Syndicate Finland's Rovio will start tailoring its Angry Birds mobile games to the Chinese market with help from Beijing Kunlun as it attempts to step up business in the world's most populous country. Rovio has expanded the hugely successful Angry Birds brand into merchandising and licensing business,but it has struggled to produce more hit games and recently cut about 110 jobs, representing 14 percent of its workforce. Rovio Chief Executive Pekka Rantala said. "China is a massively important market and the mobile games industry is growing at a very significant pace."

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Now's Your Chance to Get Your Favorite Video Game Into a Hall of Fame By Clip Syndicate Video games don't seem to be going anywhere, but the same can't be said for institutions that have wanted to enshrine them. The latest effort comes by way of the folks at The Strong, also known as The National Museum of Play. The New York-based outfit will consider basically any type of game for its freshman class of World Video Game Hall of Fame honorees, be it arcade, console, computer, handheld or mobile. ...Read More »
Toy Museum Announces Hall of Fame for Video Games By Clip Syndicate The museum that houses the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the creation of the World Video Game Hall of Fame to recognize the impact games like "Pong" and "Grand Theft Auto" have on culture and society. G. Rollie Adams, president and chief executive of The Strong museum in Rochester, where the new hall is located, said "Electronic games have changed how people play, learn and connect with each other, including across boundaries of culture and geography. ...Read More »
Should You Encourage Your Patients to Explore "The Quantified Self? By Craig Mellow for America's Backbone Weekly The pros and cons of measuring everything you do and consume to improve your health. ...Read More »

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