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Feds to auction off $18 million worth of Bitcoins from Silk Road seizures

The United States Marshal Service (USMS) will auction off $18 million worth of the digital currency Bitcoins that were seized during the closure of the illegal online marketplace called the Silk Road.

The 10 best trailers unveiled at E3 2014

A trailer can make or break even a promising game. Fortunately, our roundup of the best trailers from E3 2014 provides only the best of them, whether you want a closer look at Bungie's ambitious endeavor or the next project from the…

The creator of the video game in Her is making a strange little game in real life

David O'Reilly, the animator behind the video game in 'Her', is creating his own game in real life, an oddball little "Relax 'em up" simulation called Mountain, coming soon to iOS, PC and Mac.

Third time is not the charm: Feedly targeted by yet another DDoS attack

Feedly was targeted by yet another DDoS attack early this morning, marking the third time this week the service was brought to its knees by DDoS attacks.
Home Theater

Dish aims to mollify cord cutters with mysterious new Internet-TV service

Dish announced this week that the over-the-top service it's currently developing will be specifically targeted at cord cutters. The enigmatic new service is rumored to offer 20-30 channels at $30 per month.

Nintendo’s top developers shed light on the future of Metroid

In an interview, top Nintendo developers Shigeru Miyamoto and Shinyu Takahashi have assured fans of their investment in the continued development of both 2D and 3D Metroid games.

Ubisoft cuts women from Assassin’s Creed: Unity, outrage ensues

Ubisoft has come under heavy fire from the community for its recent explanation as to why there will be no playable female avatars in Assassin's Creed: Unity's multiplayer mode.

Watch the Daily Show destroy Google Glass Explorers, using their own words

Google Glass wearers may not give a damn about the device's bad reputation, but the Daily Show sure does. In a new segment, correspondent Jason Jones tears down Glass Explorers, using their own words against them.

TweetDeck hijacked by pranksters, users receive absurd messages

While TweetDeck was scrambling to restore service, hackers were doing their best imitation of a 10-year old boy, sending absurd messages. The hack affected many users, including the New York Times.

Will South Korea’s Oullim Spirra be a suitable Tesla Roadster replacement?

Electric sports cars have flummoxed startups and major automakers alike. Will the combination of a South Korean sports car and European business interests finally make the concept stick?